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Guardiola has invented a new playing system for Bayern: 3-3-3-1

by Football Pub on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013

Pep Guardiola will lead the first first official game on the bench for Bayern Munich on July 27, in the German Super Cup. The Bavarian grouping will meet on Borussia Dortmund in a UEFA Champions League replay that took place in May this year.

Until then, the former coach of the Catalans have enough time to experiment and find the most suitable solutions to continue the series of hits started by Jupp Heynckes.

In this regard, Guardiola did not go ahead, and in the second his friendly at Bayern, has relied in the last 45 minutes, for a total offensive. The Bavarians have won 9-1 against a lower league team, Regen. With a formula of several basic players who missed the match, the coach tried various systems of play.

The daily Bild analyzed how Guardiola displayed his players on the field and replaced names like Markoutz, Weiser or Green with the renowned footballers.

As Pep sat them on the field since the beginning, it is seen that Franck Ribery is a providential player, the tactician trying to find the best place for him on the pitch, because the Frenchman to do the best on the field. In this regard, the prestigious German newspaper analyzed formulas that can align Guardiola next season, and the Germans reached the conclusion that the fromer Catalan could play in a 3-3-3-1 system.

The journalists’ analysis considered the current squad, depending on future transfers made ​​by Bayern, but the positions of players in the field that might change or might even disappear some of them.

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