Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho dun reveal the kyn quality hin wan emulate from Chelsea

​Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho dun yarn commot the kyn tin hin wish hin team fit emulate from hin former club Chelsea during the upcoming season.

For one article from Give Me Sport, the United boss con reveal one envious attitude over the Blues’ tactics last term, especially the effective use of the 3-4-3 formation wey con lead to Antonio Conte team to win title, formation whey hin go like to employ himself during the 2017/18 campaign.

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Pre-season na time of adapting tactics, experimenting with new lineups con bring in new players join. Man Utd dun certainly ticked off the objective of say dem wan secure important transfer deals, but Mourinho dun con hint say hin go use the interlude before the big kick-off to develop the similar 3-4-3 system to the one wey Chelsea dey use for hin side.

Yarning to MUTV via ​Goal, the Portuguese coach talk: “na the difference between playing with three in the back or four in back.

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“When you play with three, you go project with the wingers and you go need the central defenders to drive con come with the ball.

“When you play with four in the back, if you project with the right-back and the left-back, you go only get two defenders and dem go share (the workload) con keep dem position more.”

A key component of Mourinho potentially Chelsea con inspire game plan fit be the Red Devils’ latest defensive addition, Victor Lindelof.


Hin later con elaborate ontop the Swede by saying: “Hin (Lindelof’s) quality of passing always dey totori, hin dey technically very good but obviously with three for back, he get more freedom to attack spaces for midfield.” 

The Swedish defender, wey recently arrived from Benifica, play 45 minutes of United 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake for Monday, but con expect am to get much more game time ahead of August if Mourinho dey serious about shifting formation.


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