My counter-pressing article appears to be doing well. For people looking at another perspective on how to make it work, here’s the idea applied to a more traditional formation, instead of the strikerless shenanigans you’re used to from yours truly.
During our succession save, two most excellent forwards played a major part in the quick ascension of Depor; Internazionale's Sebastiano Esposito and a Brazilian newgen forward called Ruan. While both forwards were formidable forces on their own, our tactical tendency had quickly shifted to a single-forward setup. Neither Ruan nor Esposito was undisputed for all the managers involved. This ongoing mystery plagued the minds of the entire managerial pool. How can two obviously world-class players vacillate between quietly mediocre performances and stellar form within the course of a season?