Originally Posted by Joel
If you play one up front, then four strikers is overkill. Someone isn't going to be happy. Could be two actually.
Thing with United is you just bought Kagawa, whose best position is behind the striker. You could play him behind 2 strikers, but then you're going to be playing a narrow formation, which then leaves Valenica, Nani and Young where?
Lol. This is could end up being hilarious.
could try something like this
ferdinand vidic evans
valencia has been playing at right back for the past few friendlies, and he's got the fitness to get up and down the wing, evans can shift out to the left when needed