Garth Crooks must know that his team of the week selections for BBC Sport are a great source of comic relief for football fans all over the UK and Ireland, as each week he tries his best to shoehorn as many attackers as he can into the most creative of formations.
2015 was a typically bizarre year for Garth's TOTW selections, and upon review, we have selected our Top 5 that brought a smile to our face.
Party on, Garth.
#5: As Normal As It Gets
While a 3-4-3 is as normal as you will see from Garth, the decision to pop Kyle Walker on the right-side of midfield back in November just goes to show that the man will avoid a back-four at all costs.
And we love him for that.
#4: Wingbacks Are Overrated
Usually in a 3-5-2, the entire purpose is to to offer width and versatility in terms of attack and defence with the inclusion of wingbacks, but this is a 3-2-3-2, get your logic out of here.
#3: Tactical Innovation
He could have gone for a 3-5-2 with Kane up front, but instead, the English striker slipped into the #10 role in order to form the unusual 3-2-1-3-1 formation. Defenders are people too Garth.
#2: ALL THE ATTACKERS
Alexis Sanchez and Marko Arnautovic as wing backs? Fuck it, you score 10, we'll score 11. Beautiful.
#1: Full Garth
Look at it, it's glorious.
Kurt Zouma in holding midfield, six players in the opposition half and five of them strikers.
Images via DreamTeamFC.