One of the questions I have received most is how to create a game model. Which aspects should you look at and how? This is my article trying to answer that.
RM ist das FC Barcelona von Spielverlagerung: Seinen Zenit hat er im Herbst 2011 gegen Osasuna erreicht. Funfact: Auf Nachfrage behauptet er immer, er sei MR und nicht RM. Ăśber das folgende Lob freut er sich dann allerdings mit schlechtem Gewissen.
The 3-6-1 is a rarely used formation, which could bring some interesting opportunities in top-class football. The aim of this analysis is to give a small example of a system utilizing this formation.
Another win for Bayern who are coming back in top form just at the right time. AÂ great game by Bayern tactically and technically as they destroy 1. FC Cologne at the beginning of the game.
â€śJuego de Posicionâ€ť is a widely unknown concept in Austria and Germany. To coaches in Spain and the Netherlands it is a philosophical ideal that few know how to coach. In German-speaking countries, however, â€śPositionsspielâ€ť has a different, more simple definition that loses many of the important aspects. But, more importantly, what is â€śJuego de Posicionâ€ť?
The transfer expenditures alone have exceeded the one billion euro mark this summer. English clubs invested like never before in new arrivals but only brought in half that amount by selling players. What will you buy for yourself? What would you like to make up for? What is going wrong in English football?
Since 2005, Arsenal has only won one trophy, last seasonâ€™s FA Cup. Wenger has long been accused of not investing in the club while his supporters argued that his austerity was necessary to finance the new stadium and other infrastructure projects.
Bayern won an outstanding game 2:1 against a strong Dortmund despite falling behind early. The game was dominated by tremendous pace and momentum due to the tactical interactions between the two teams.
Another loss for Liverpool. This time an interesting tactical idea from Brendan Rodgers failed to have any (positive) impact.
Gegenpressing has been a buzzword in football tactics for the last five years and has garnered more and more attention in the media recently. Because of the success of FC Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund, gegen- or counterpressing has been brought up as one of the main reasons for their titles.