VINOVO, September 12, 2012 – Do you remember the first goal of Juventus in the league? Asamoah’s cross from the end line and winning touch of Lichtsteiner in the small area. That goal is something more than an action well built and implemented: hiding a tactical project. Antonio Conte has started the season with the module the Scudetto: the tried and tested 3-5-2 has allowed Juventus to win the Super Cup and the first two games of the season.
New solution But the technician has not definitively set aside other tactical solutions: the 4-3-3 will be repeated as soon as possible and in the meantime Conte has also studied a variant of the 3-5-2 that perhaps will never end in tabellini because it won’t be the module of departure, but can be an important weapon in particular moments of the game. Maintaining the three-man defense and not apart from of midfield three caliphs (Vidal, Pirlo and Marchisio), Juve could move to a kind of 3-3-4 by using in a very offensive mode the fullbacks. For Conte is part of a return to his original idea, namely the systematic exploitation of the bands. Compared to the 4-2-4 that he had also taught in the first weeks bianconere the tactical situation is obviously different, but some of the patterns can be reused for the characteristics of the attackers of Juventus.
Isla is ready In the 4-2-4 of Conte often one of the two central strikers retreats to open space and launch  the wingers. Vucinic is perfect for this role and also Giovinco can do it. Asamoah and Lichtsteiner have already demonstrated to provide thrust and continuity without losing balance to the team. And the player perhaps best suited to these movements and patterns is Mauricio Isla now ready to debut with Juventus. Now, with the return of the 14 nationals,  trainings will have another thickness. And maybe Conte will insist in the tactic tests which could give an additional face to his Juve.
Source: GdS (article by G.B. Olivero)

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