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Revie Plan was a tactical system in association football used by
Manchester City in the 1950s. The system was named after Manchester
City player Don Revie, who had the most important role in it. In
1953, English football was astounded by the Hungarian team which
beat England 6-3 at Wembley Stadium. The Revie plan was a variation
on the tactics used by the Hungarians, involving Don Revie playing
as a deep lying centre forward. Revie started attacks by coming
into the centre of the field to receive the ball, drawing the
opposing centre-half out of position.
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