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Chelsea and the cornerstone of the 4-2-3-1: The power of the pivot

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The 4-2-3-1 is seen as a somewhat modern formation that is already fading out of style as players change.

But finding the right pivot for the situation will be key to Lampard’s success using a 4-2-3-1.

When Jose Mourinho came back to Chelsea, he came to a club that had already been using the formation for several seasons.



Tiemoue Bakayoko, if he stays, can fill in Mikel’s more defensive role.

Lampard will have many options to consider in the cornerstone of the formation.

But it is still incredibly prominent in part due to the flexibility it presents.

The pivot needs to always be ready as an outlet for the ball while also being able to create output as opponents are drawn away.
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