The Swans played a defensive system under Clement, by deploying various players in deeper positions, but they were unable to prevent the opposition from scoring. Tammy Abraham was regularly found stranded in the final third with a lack of service contributing to his underwhelming goal return.
Carvalhal has given the attackers more freedom and supplied balance to a team which was disintegrating in front of the supporters’ eyes. He’s brought stability to the club by mainly playing a back-three, rather than persistently alternating the formation, which led to the players becoming unsettled under Clement.
Implementing a High Pressing System
AFC Swansea City have implemented a new high pressing system, which was illustrated perfectly for their second goal in the 3-1 win over Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium. Jurgen Klopp plays this style, known in Germany as “gegenpressing” and it’s also a system religiously used by most Bundesliga clubs.
However, whereas Klopp plays a riskier high-pressing system, Carvalhal has intelligently identified AFC Swansea City’s defender’s deficiencies and ensured the system won’t leave them easily vulnerable to the counter-attack. This has been done by playing a back-three, with two wing-backs to form a back-five in defensive scenarios.
With any semblance of Nathan Dyer, Sam Clucas and Jordan Ayew assuming further developed parts under the new administration, they’re likewise contributing more to the Welsh side’s objective scoring record. They’ve scored seven objectives in their past five group matches, contrasted with only eleven objectives in their initial 20 amusements in the Premier League.
Most clubs have a tendency to respond emphatically to the presentation of another chief in the beginning times, as AFC Swansea City did under Clement last season. In any case, unmistakably Carvalhal has acquainted various enhancements with help manage The Swans towards wellbeing.