I feel like this would be putting guys in their natural roles yet since pretty much everyone can fulfill more than one role it will be the most fluid and most tactically flexible lineup. Therefore if they want to play stretched lengthwise say Taxi steps up and he can pinch inside and Davis can join Royer and Kaku it's 3-3-3-1
or if Muyl joins Royer and Kaku.. Adams drifts wide to cover the space vacated by Muyl, and Davis drops back centrally to cover the backline and Taxi again can step up on Davis left, forming a Taxi-Davis-Adams line, making a 3-3-3-1..or even instead of that if Muyl attacks taxi drops back to make a 3 man backline and Murillo advances a line forward to cover the space behind Muyl and plays on Adam's right with Davis playing on Adams' left to make it a temporary 3-3-3-1
Davis and Muyl have stamina if anything so they can change their positioning and return to their prior space..
Also because of their stamina and i feel they have bought into the press the most So if the opponent bunkers down they can both join the attack and play out very wide and press making it a 4-1-4-1/4-1-2-2-1 and allowing the most gifted mids in comparison IE Kaku and Royer to stay central.
Then again if NY need to sit back they can go to the same 4-1-4-1 with Muyl and Davis out wide trying to win the ball wide or forcing the opponent to play long balls and allowing Kaku and Royer the limited defensive role of plugging central passing lanes in front of Adams which suits them more than pressing.
With and if Kaku and Royer get gassed Davis and Muyl have more stamina and they track back and pinch inside to block passing lanes either sides of Adams to help protect the back line made up of 4 at this time Makin the team a 4-3-3 if Kaku and Royer goal poach.. or 4-3-2-1 if Kaku and Royer prefer not stay as high as BWP and not press the opposing fullbacks and rather protect passing lanes in front of Davis-Adams-Muyl and also hurry the opposing CDMs..
I just want Metro to win a title sometime in my lifetime.