In that situation, do you think personnel would be more important than tactics? Seems like there's only so much you can do tactically against a team dead set on sitting in the box where no amount of ball movement is going to draw them out. Just need the guys on the field to actually be able to take the few chances that you get. Isn't that why the main criticism of Marsch coming out of CCL was keeping Kaku on the bench?
I think keeping Kaku on the bench while pumping hopeful crosses and throw ins into the 18 was a tactical decision.
Also, most of our best chances while BWP has been on this team have come from getting down to the end line and whipping a ball across the 6.
In almost all of our historic losses against bunkering teams weve either tried to force it down the middle or weve resorted to the long ball way too early in the match/series.
Weve also had a less than stellar defense, but IMO thats no longer a problem.