and their confidence was evident, playing an aggressive three-man front line, centred around a imposing central striker who, despite barely being able to break into a light jog, managed to find space within the stretched ANU back three. Gunners had the weight of possession in the first half, applying heavy pressure to the ANU outfit, and managing to string together a perfect slew of passes, finished off by a clean strike to put them 1-0 up just before the half time break. Having not being troubled at al this season so far, Josh was shook and looked to fire the team up for an equaliser before half time blew.
ANU pressed hard and the game seemed to hang on a knife’s edge. Going in to half time, ANUFC was down 1-0 but there was everything still to play for.
During the half time break Jules made the decisive call to switch up the team formation. After having watched at least 20 minutes of Youtube football tactics vids, Jules backed himself to employ a strong 4-5-1 formation. Scouts from Sunderland and Italy were seen taking notes on the sideline, and it wouldn’t be surprising if Jules was approached by many of Europe’s top leagues for a tactical role some time in the near future.
The formula Jules used is as follows: