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Why England can win the FIFA World Cup 2018

England has made impressive progress after the first round exit at the World Cup in Brazil. Before the draw against Italy in Turin,England had...

Football Tactics and National Identity-Part 3

This is an excerpt from the book Soccer Tactics 2014: What the World Cup taught us By Ray Power,you can buy it here.You can read...

Football Tactics and National Identity-Part 2

This is an excerpt from the book Soccer Tactics 2014: What the World Cup taught us By Ray Power,you can buy it here.You can read...

Marcelo Bielsa’s tactical evolution-From Chile to Marseille

In a business where only strong personalities survive, Marcelo Bielsa could very well be the most unique of them all. Bielsa is the mad...

Football Tactics and National Identity

This is an excerpt from the book Soccer Tactics 2014: What the World Cup taught us By Ray Power,you can buy it here “Surprised to read...

Rebuilding a Champion-Loew ‘s difficult task ahead

The greatest fallacy of success is that you will never have the opportunity to enjoy your achievements. Joachim Löw, the Manager of the German...

Colombia- The future is finally bright for Pekerman’s men

The World Cup is over, what once was a hot bed of cultural vibrancy is now an expanse of shattered Brazilian self-worth. Yet, out...

World Cup 2014-Van Gaal’s tactics against Spain

Oranje's coach is ready to make the turn from the traditional Dutch 4-3-3 to a more defensively solid 5-3-2 in order to overcome the...

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Manchester United’s biggest transfer mistake of last summer

Manchester United's disastrous run under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer starting after their famous victory in Paris can be explained due...

Sheffield United set to splash the cash on a new striker

According to the English outlet, The Sun, Premier League club Sheffield United are interested in signing Brentford forward Ollie...

The Forgotten story of the Basque in South America

This article is sourced from a string of Twitter posts by Impedimento, translated by the author. Exactly 80 years ago,...

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Football Tactics for Beginners: The Low Block

What is the low block? The low block is generally...

The Jorginho Effect

We are obsessed in England with formations and personnel....

Cruyffism through Spain

Spain has developed a unique commitment to technical football which has put them in good stead to make the past decade a period of Spanish dominance. The story to this dominance begin decades before hand when Cruyff decided that Barcelona would be the club he would next manage after his time at Ajax was over. He would create a cohesive identity for the club which kept the vision while finding success. This vision began with a number of manager who came before Cruyff but after Cruyff left, there would be many managers in Spain who would use his methods to discovery their own success.

The Best Football Books of 2018

It's been another eventful year in the world of...

The rise of Luka Jovic

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