As I mentioned earlier in a more theoretic post about the Triple Pivot concept, a triple pivot is the deployment of three defensive midfielders, who may be used to protect the defence in a deep block, to prevent the opposition space for counter-attacks, to keep possession by overloading in the first phase, the reasons are almost endless, the triple pivot can be very useful at times.
The pivoting system is extremely effective, as it helps break up a man marking system. With the Very Fluid settings I use, the players are constantly switching positions, which is extremely useful for recycling possession and keeping lots of passing options open. This is a basic line-up which should be most effective to create a pivoting system.
In this post, I am not going to tell you a whole lot of extra information. It’s basically just a brief post containing a download-link for the concepts described earlier. I can however promise a more spectacular evolution of the concept for next week.