- Sep 15, 2012
Suarez hardly stays as a centeral forward in a 4-3-3 and roams all over. Putting him on the right and cutting half the space you talk about is not the way to go.If you look back at the Norwich game, one of the key differences was how Sahin pushed forward into what would be the position of a striker (even though he was very much a midfielder most of the game). When Suarez scored two of his goals it was when he was able to drop off, as Sahin was preoccupying the central defenders.
Suarez needs that little bit of space, which requires another player to lead the line, so he can find that half a yard.