When you hear somebody speak about their passion whatever it is be it singing, maths, running, swimming, astronomy or even football management it's always very interesting and commands your attention. That's because the person loves what they are talking about and they always come across very interesting and they think it's exciting [.
When asked after the 2-1 win at Brighton last Tuesday night whether it would be the same again at Huddersfield on Saturday, Rafa hesitated and then said it would be a different kind of game because Huddersfield like to hold ontothe ball a lot and would have lots of possession. Rafa was right about that [.
Rafa Benitez has got Newcastle well organized in almost every facet of their play and that includes being able to score goals from set-plays, something that former head coach Alan Pardew had big trouble with. Ciaran Clark headed home from a Jonjo Shelvey cross after only 11 minutes on Saturday against Brentford and that was [.
As Rafa had pointed out more than once in his press conference on Friday Rotherham United are a much better team than their position in the table would suggest and they gave Newcastle everything we could handle yesterday. Rotherham had a few chances near the end and it could have easily ended up as a [.
RafaBenitez is well aware of the potential for a disaster at the New York Stadium this afternoon in Rotherham and has tried to prepare his players accordingly. He has reminded them of what happened after we demolished QPR 6-0 away a short 17 days ago when pundits were saying there wasNewcastle United and then the [.
Philly will likely stick with their 4-2-3-1 in 2017 even though many have suggested utilizing a 4-4-2 or three-back system. What were the Union hoping to achieve with their particular system, and what are the pros and cons of the other options?
The Union allowed 55 goals last season. To bring that number down the club drafted for defense, and Jim Curtin is looking to implement a top-to-bottom press that takes advantage of the team's athletic back line in 2016.
Dean Saunders appeared on Sky Sports News today to deconstruct Arsenal's 5-1 disembowelling at the hands of Bayern Munich in midweek.
Showing the kind of flair for tactics that has served him well throughout his managerial career, Saunders tore into Arsenal before proffering forth his own suggested tactical approach for keeping the German giants quiet.
After studiously crunching the data over a number of sleepless nights, Paul Merson has come to the conclusion that Arsene Wenger is tactically inferior to English football's greatest exponent of the totaalvoetball philosophy, Henry James 'Harry' Redknapp.
Having played under both managers, Merse is well placed to comment and appeared on TalkSPORT to present his findings in seminar form.
Chelsea beat Arsenal at Stamford Bridge yesterday with a dominant display, and now look even more certain to win the Premier League title, butwhat is the difference between our sides? We are one of only three teams who can boast a win over our rivals this season, but the truth is that we have failed [.
HOW DO WE FIT JAMIE VARDY INTO ARSENAL THE ARSENAL LINE-UP? By NO Arsenal are about to trigger the release clause for Jamie Vardy is a story that has just broken through. Whereas, a player who has scored 24 goals in the EPL would be great, the question will always be, is Vardy a one [...]
Tactics to use in our remainder of the season to win games by Briantole. Here are some tactics Arsenal could use in the remainder of the season to win games. A winning formula we can use. With our rich squad full of talented players how can we alternate tactics with variance to the opponents we [.
You've probably never heard a Tarheels-Bulldogs matchup lauded about in the history books. In fact, you probably don't even know who that is. And you shouldn't. There is nothing too special about the Yale Bulldogs or the University of North Carolina Tarheels when it comes to soccer. However, you may be one of the 36.
"Se busca rival digno para derbi decente" (Wanted: worthy rival for a decent derby) This is the saying that Real Madrid fans, madridistas, displayed on every side of the Bernabeu during the Madrid derby until about 4 years ago. In 2011 on December 23rd, Diego Simeone was unveiled as the new manager of Atlético de.