on 27 October 2009
This book promised so much and yet failed on all counts. The authors spend far to much time talking about teams who have used the 5-3-2 system rather than going into more in depth analysis of the system. After about 60 of the 130 odd pages you actually start to get to the information on positioning and phases of play that the book was intended to explain. I have bought several other books covering different systems that were far more informative and enlightening on the covered subject. I for one am on the look out for another book to cover this formation. Sorry guys not one I would recommend.