The article should be completely reworded, as it's false. (I can't do it because I'm sleepy.) Anyway, a rather common thing is to place a winger as extra forward, and a forward as extra winger, to retain 4-4-2 with 3 IM. That's two repositionings, but it's not an "extreme formation" (who thought of the name, anyway?!). Another somewhat common thing is to place one wingback as extra forward, one as extra inner midfielder, and one forward as extra central defender, to get three central defenders in a 3-5-2 (to combat 3-4-3 WTM AIM teams). That's three repositionings and a legal, valid, experience-receiving formation. Again, please change the article, it presents false information. --Catalyst2950 23:32, 27 November 2005 (UTC)
I took out the category link, as it makes the formation category look silly, and this information stands on its own.
Should someone add something about 0-7-3? It's a pretty infamous extreme formation. I would but I don't know that much on the subject --Idiiot 04:56, 28 November 2005 (UTC)
This article is rather unextreme. OgtheDim