I just joined up with a newly formed team. We've played two games and, for the first time, I've gotten "stuck" at center back. It kinda completes the cycle, as it's the only position I've never played. I really kind of dislike it, I don't get to attack enough.But the "team player" in me wants to do the best I can with it. The angles are different, the pace of the game is different, the pressure is different, and obv. the responsibilities are diff. Maybe I'll just bomb forward when the opportunity presents itself, like Beckenbauer back in the day. The team is still in that formative stage where, while everyone is a decent player, we have no cohesion. Our style isn't defined yet, I'm trying to play possession and others want to play direct ( a general example). We got spanked by an older but more "together" team. We're rotating through positions, although I got two extended shifts at CB which was noticeable because it was new for me. Now I can understand better why it's so much harder to play out of the back than to just boot it. When no one is checking back or no one is moving to give you passing lanes-it's very difficult as it is anywhere on the field , but in the back if you make a mistake you're exposed.