I agree that if they play (successfully) that way, Montero will be plenty productive even on his own... as an added bonus, Montero somehow counts as a domestic player for MLS registration purposes...Not concerned. When he was with us before he had far less support and was still productive.
He’s become a very reliable poacher. He doesn’t need a hold up man if the attack allows the attacking mid and two wingers more licence. That’s where I believe this kid Hwang is going to shine, because he will be able to drive those front three and open up lanes. I expect far more playing along ground vs through the air this year.
Anyhow, excited to see a team using more speed and urgency in possession / going forward.