I dunno why Moyes isnt trying this strategy, since man utd lack creativity in the midfield it only makes sense. Gk - De Gea Rb - Rafael Lb - Evra Cb - Vidic Cb - Ferdinand Cm - Fellaini Cm - Kagawa CAM - Rooney LW - Nani RW - Welbeck ST - Van Persie That will add both steel and creativity in the central midfield, some may argue that kagawa lack the defensive qualities to play in the central midfield area, but so does players like modric and fabregas but they have played in that position quite efficiently, and fellaini will be pure steel in there snatching the ball up from opponents before they get a chance to organize themselves or counter attack. I say we should atleast try kagawa in that position, he can burst forward from there and imho would be much more efficient than in that lw position and will have much more freedom, we always have rooney to track back anyway. Van persie can also drop a little deep at times and make space for welbeck to use his pace and power to run in behind him, kagawa and rooney can provide long balls over the defense, while van persie drops deep and while the defenders have their eye on him and comes up as well with van persie welbeck will have lots of space to run into behind the defenders. Carrick might be class at composure and passing, but hes getting old, and he doesnt exactly fly into challenges, hence i would prefer fellaini or jones with kagawa instead of carrick, carrick can be brough on when man utd wants to keep possesion of the ball and control the play. What do u guys think? I would especially like an opinion from Crayo.