Fitness and pace. This is what Ole has talked most about, in terms of what he wants. He hasn't talked about playing out from the back or short passing possession control, even though he's talked about controlling possession at times (like he did before we played Barca...). He wants his team to outrun its opponents and fight for every inch. Which is probably something most managers want in general. But what is the general setup? What Ole is demanding is pretty much what's been going on at Liverpool, plus they've got quality. They've got a front three where they all graft and two of them have loads of goals in them. Ole began with the 433 and the attacking trio of Martial-Rashford-Lingard did fairly well. But Martial is hardly the sort of player to fight for 90mins. And none of them is prolific in front of goal. We haven't got midfield two combination that is likely to dominate against other teams, so a strict 442 (with currently no wingers at the club) is quite unlikely. How would a player like Sancho (in the unlikely event we actually signed him this summer) but utilised? Would we go for a 4231 where the striker isn't too isolated being backed by a #10 (potentially Pogba) or would he effectively slot into Lingard's role as a right-sided attacker playing nearer the striker interchanging at times? Of course whether Pogba stays or goes has significant tactical bearings on what we can and cannot do. What do people think?