- Jun 4, 2021
That's fair enough, I do think though regardless of the particular system, the fact there is one in place is the pertinent aspect, for example, City place a different system to Dortmund, but Gundogan made a successful move there.I get your point, but Dortmund's system has changed quite a bit over the years under different managers so examples from a decade ago for instance don't really point to a pattern I don't think.
But more importantly, why is it that when it comes to United fans always expect players to perform outside of a "highly organised system"? Is there a single successful team in the past decade that wasn't a system team?
I don't expect these players to play welll outside a highly organised system, on the contrary, I wish United would in fact play a well coached system of play that doesn't rely on worldie type assists from Bruno/Pogba or goals out of nothing by Greenwood. Wishing thinking currently.