On Tuesday, UEFA released its first official exercise book.
The book focuses on the 4 “super” formations, which have been described by some as the most exciting and unique in football.
These formations are used by a lot of top clubs in Europe, such as Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus.
One of the most interesting formations in the book is the 4.5-3.
For example, Barcelona use a 4-5-2 formation, which features three central midfielders.
This is one of the three most popular formations in Europe and the most used in Italy, Spain and France.
It’s a 4.4-4 formation in the USA and the 4+2-3 at Barcelona.
This formation was used by Chelsea and Real Madrid when they won the Champions League in 2012 and 2013 respectively.
It is also used by Arsenal and Manchester United, who won the Premier League title in 2015 and 2016 respectively.
This 4-1-4 shape is also popular in Germany.
Barcelona and Bayern Munich use a similar formation, although the two sides are far from identical.
The 4.0-3 and 4.3-4 formations are also popular, with Barcelona and Real having won the league titles in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
The other super formation in Europe is the 3-5 of Arsenal and Real.
Both teams use a 3-4 diamond, which is similar to the 4×2-4 that Barcelona and Chelsea use.
The 3-3 diamond is also an excellent formation in Japan, where it is used by both the Tokyo Seibu Lions and Osaka Rovers.
The 2-2-2 is also a good formation, and it’s used by Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea, who have won the League Cup and FA Cup.
The next super formation to be introduced in the UEFA exercise book is a 4×4-1 formation.
Another super formation is the 2-3–4 of Arsenal, with the left back being the main striker.
This shape has been used by Barcelona, Juventus, Real, Chelsea and Bayern, who all win titles in the Champions league.
In terms of formation and tactics, the next formation is probably the most controversial.
It was also the most dominant formation during the 2014 World Cup.
It started in Brazil and ended in Brazil.
This has led to many complaints about the tactics and the way the formation was played, but in theory the 4–3–5 formation can work.
It has been suggested that it is too simple and doesn’t offer the tactical flexibility needed for the new 4–4-3 formation.
This idea has been disproved by the World Cup in Brazil, which was played with the 4 4–2–4 formation, with only the striker.
The 4–5-1 was introduced by Chelsea during the 2015-16 Premier League season.
The team used the 4 1–3, which featured the centre forward in a 4–1–4.
The Chelsea 4–6–1, which has a similar shape to the 3–4–3 of Barcelona and Madrid, also uses the 4 2–3 formation, while Real Madrid also use a 5–3.
The difference is that the 4 formation of Chelsea has a wide centre forward, whereas Real’s centre-forward is in the centre of the pitch.
This gives them more space in the middle of the field, which allows them to use more players in the attacking half.
This also opens up space for the midfield to attack.
This way, the centre-back can use the space between the lines of attack, as opposed to playing his positioning against the full-backs.
This shape has a few advantages.
First, it allows the fullbacks to attack, and they can cover the centre, which helps to defend.
Second, it can create more space for a team that is pressing high up the pitch, which can create a better defensive structure.
This creates more space between teams, which makes it easier for teams to play out of their half and counterattack.
The side with the more players can also play the ball forward.
This side is also more aggressive, which gives them the advantage in terms of defending.
In theory, this formation allows the 4 to play as a 4 in front of the back four, and this is the most popular formation.
However, it also requires a lot more work.
The central midfielder has to be physically strong, and his positioning and speed has to allow the full backs to play high up.
The full-back has to cover the middle, and the full back has to defend, while the central midfielder must also be physically very strong and powerful.
Therefore, the central midfielder has to play much more defensively than the centre midfielder, and as a result, his positioning can be better.
The other disadvantage of the 4 shape is that it takes a lot longer to learn and the formation can be difficult to adapt.
For example, if a team wants to play