Sead Kolašinac: Suitable For A Back 4?

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Kingslayer, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. ThlRama

    ThlRama Well-Known Member

    Our most threatening player today. Which is a bit damning tbh.
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  2. RacingPhoton

    RacingPhoton Well-Known Member

    Given the way this match went, I expected our tank to chokeslam Rojo. Other than the mistake that led to the goal, his performance was top class.
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  3. GoonerJeeves

    GoonerJeeves Up The Terriers

    I thought he had an excellent game.
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  4. NieThePiet

    NieThePiet Part Time Werder Bremen Fan

    He completely killed Dalot offensively, he was in a good position every time.

    But not many alternatives in the box, they kept Aubameyang quiet and nobody else was in the box.

    Was it Kolasinac with the perfect assist for Aubameyang or someone else?
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  5. Rex Banner

    Rex Banner Massive SAFophile Trusted

    Mistake aside he’s been quality recently. Is he first choice for us now?
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  6. GoonerBoy19

    GoonerBoy19 Well-Known Member

    First choice while playing 3-5-2, he can't play with 4 at the back. We need a good replacement for Nacho as we still don't know if he will extend the contract.
  7. HBL

    HBL Well-Known Member

    We've been linked with Firpo from Real Betis, but they play 3 at the back as well. I'd still go for Tierney if Monreal decides to leave.
  8. Rex Banner

    Rex Banner Massive SAFophile Trusted

    Going big on Sess is still the one for me. Buying English makes huge economic sense and he’s a massive talent.
  9. boyinneedofhumor

    boyinneedofhumor Active Member

    Its still possible to use Kolasinac in a back 4. Or rather, its possible to have both Kolasinac and Bellerin providing attacking width simultaneously in a back 4.

    One of the "DM" needs to drop back into defence. But that in turn, poses another set of questions.
  10. HBL

    HBL Well-Known Member

    He'd probably cost double or even triple what Tierney would. Obviously a massive talent but will he even end up as a left back?
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  11. Beksl

    Beksl Well-Known Member

    Sorry but at this point we don’t need another project, especially not in defence.
  12. truth_hurts

    truth_hurts Well-Known Member

    I really like Tank, but he seems to have lost his confidence at powering past opponents. More often on the ball he'll stop and play a simple pass now, rather than driving past, whereas Bellerin is back to driving at players.

    Kolasinac can play at CB, so no reason why he can't play LB in a back four.

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