dieunitedfrance:Yes he can, but if we're playing a fluid football with short passings and the front 4 changing changing positions, nani is more suited for this type of play. We need a LAM CAM and RAM for the front 3. Players that'll be able at one moment to be in welbecks place to score and at another as AM to assist the striker/AM with through balls and not crosses. in the same way kagawa is more suited at the LAM role cutting inside and interchanging his position, than an out and out winger.
he is very talented and can adapt well to any new role...
- Supply dangerous crosses
- Give us width. Allow CAM more room to work in.
- Defensive duties
- Could limit free flowing football
- Right back can't overlap
- Gameplan could be predictable
Valencias natural instinct is always to go down the line. He is brilliant at what he does but for me he doesn't have the control or passing ability of Nani or Young. And for me Nani is the best finisher out of the 3 so for the team I would put him in place of Valencia.
GeorgeOsborne:I think the days of the out and out winger, like Valencia, and even like Bale, are coming to an end.
jasper99:why not,think the guy too good to ignore in any formation,just wish he"d use two feet for a change..
Aejr: realbeckham23:Will his playing style complement our rumored formation and tactics?
I don't understand what you're asking. A 4-2-3-1formation usually has 2 wingers, one of which will be Valencia.
realbeckham23:Will his playing style complement our rumored formation and tactics?
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