This came after @COYIrons_com asked them to talk tactics ahead of the clash by naming how they’d like to see Moyes set his team out.
Some suggestions were more serious than others with some urging the gaffer to just go for it, try to hit the hosts on the break and throw them a curveball in the form of a bizarre 1-2-3-3-2 system, how would that even work?
The only other possible positive that springs to mind going into this one is the fact that Guardiola’s men might be distracted after that news last week…
— ⚒🥊 Chris Codrai 🥊⚒ (@TeamCodrai) February 18, 2020
— SmokeyJones (@Gingerbr3d) February 18, 2020
No point going defensive in a 5 back, we have to go for it we have nothing to lose
— Polley⚒️ (@Polley_WHU) February 18, 2020
— Charlie (@CharliestaV2) February 18, 2020
— Jamie Penfold ⚒ (@jamie_penfold) February 18, 2020
1GK 9 Def 1Mid
— ⚒️Aktolgali⚒️ (@Imran22711247) February 18, 2020
4-5-1 and 4-3-3 on the break.
— Graham Copp (@graham_copp) February 18, 2020
We need to be defensively sound, have pace in midfield and pace on the break… I’d go 4-2-3-1
— Rob almeroth (@almo_9) February 18, 2020
So I would go with
Formation literally throwing man City a curve ball
— DaSmurfKicksButt (@cockneyjay37) February 18, 2020