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Time to go 4-4-2?

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Is now the time to go 4-4-2 in the league? I've never been a great fan of one up front. Perhaps Idah and Pukki or even Pukki and Cantwell. Surely we have nothing to loose given the position we're in.  A couple of the top teams in the PL play 2 up front, IIRC. So if it works for them..........

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No way. Lose our biggest attacking threat which is the inter changing attacking midfielders.

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Not for me Clive, at least not from the start.

If Idah continues to impress though it gives us the option off the bench should we need it.

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29 minutes ago, hogesar said:

No way. Lose our biggest attacking threat which is the inter changing attacking midfielders.

Thing is,though, that (Cantwell apart) these other 'attacking midfielders' pose very little goal threat whatsoever. In fact so much so that McLean, Buendia and Hernandez have scored a massive TWO goals between them this season!!!  If you insist on playing a lone striker that is the Farke DNA then you simply MUST have at least two, possibly three midfielders who are going to get you 7 or 8 goals (at least) each. That is not happening here so I totally agree with Since 1980 that we should at least TRY two up front and In so doing) varying our attacking style somewhat.  It would give opposition managers something to think about because we have been frighteningly predictable this season.  

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