The introduction of VAR in the Premier league is fraught with difficulty because the scope is too large and the reviews will be hobbled by the same biases the match referees and their assistants suffer. …Read More →
Posts in the Category: Analysis
I have been rereading “Inverting the Pyramid” by Johnathan Wilson for the umpteenth time. The book gives an overview of evolutions in soccer tactics over the century plus of such things and is always enjoyable …Read More →
Bob Bradley has the wrong accent. That’s not why he was fired, Swansea’s woeful showing ensured that, but from when he was hired there were mutterings in the English media about how Bradley sounded. They …Read More →
How many words have been written, professional and amateur, about “what we have learned” in the first 10 days of the Premier League season? Ultimately all of it is filler and fodder because we can’t …Read More →
Watch the first 20 seconds of this clip:
Really it is about 7 seconds that matter: 8-15.
The dummy is a neglected skill, especially at the recreational level, but here we get …Read More →