Honestly, this book is written very simply in two distinctive parts: the player roles and duties (extremely briefly) and then page after page of hypothetical fantasy diagrammatic explanation.
Its not awful. But, you'd do yourself a hell of a favour and just scouring wordpress etc for free amateur writers who write about tactics and strategies.
If you've read any of the Ajax books/Brilliant Oranje etc - this is simply nowhere near their league. It's your average wordpress blogger who's written a book with a lot of 'I think', 'now lets look at' and 'here's a diagram I drew' pages...
But if you like that kind of stuff and you're not into well written, realistic coaching translation, mind opening stuff then this might be your thing.
Its simply your average arm chair football fan/football manager fan who has put together a whole of hypothetical solutions - made at root decision.
Glad I just got the ebook version and saved myself one or two pounds...
and by the way: (1)4-4-3 is 12 players?
and not once do you include the keeper as a third member of the 3v2 scenarios.