i think Armas had a good idea to try to manage possession better. But a good manager #1 job requirement is turning ideas into effective play and results.
Armas couldn't teach the players how to use the ball well still and in the process blunted our biggest strength.
Armas had an interesting idea but couldn't execute it. His issue was that he doubled down on an idea instead of playing the press consistently.
The thing with marsch is that he rolled deep into the bench to get fresh legs.
Armas didnt rotate his guys as much until last season. By then, it was done as a necessity since they looked gassed regardless of style.