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Sadio Mané is surely £200 m, or at least the transfer fees of Neymar and Mbappe.  It’s not just Mané’s skill and pace that defenders fear but also his work rate.  The latter is emphasised by this second goal against the outside pretenders for the Premier League title, Chelsea.  When Mané’s missed pass frustrated him, he challenged and pressured the ball to the extent that is... Read more
How Does Technology Help Elite Athletes There is an increase in football teams using technology to assist in player performance. Managers are increasingly making use of real-time data for matches, with companies such as STATSports producing technology that provides 32 in-game metrics Three Quarters of Premier League Clubs Use Technology on Player Performance A pod attached to the back of the... Read more
The unthinkable it to happen for Liverpool Fans, Jurgen Klopp has spoken about his departing from the Club.  To Liverpool Fans he is the God of football and is worshipped in those Northern parts that has brought success. The good news is that is it four years away, the bad news is that he is thinking about leaving, not just the club for Football in general. Jürgen Klopp has said he plans to... Read more
CENTRE BACKS IN DEMAND Sir Alex Ferguson said:  “...Attack wins you games, defence wins you titles...”  Most of the time this is true. It's really the Manager that wins the games. He makes the team into his own, the players believe and will run through walls for him. That is what makes a winning team. Of course you must also combine that will quality. Thus in the last of his... Read more
OVERLAP AND SHOOT Under 8's to 10's grass roots football is back, with COVID - 19 safety! This drill, being socially distance with no tackles and distance of 2 meters.   Here the WINGER, becomes playmaker and potential striker.  The Central Midfielder becomes part of the attack by providing an overlap to cross the ball. VIDEO LINK: FOOTBALL DRILL & TACTICS BOARD - OVERLAP AND... Read more
The Times newspaper today it is reported that Rick Parry, the Chairman of the English Football League, in a conversation with a Wigan Athletic fan, said that via a rumour circulating round the football world that Wigan's demise was all for a bet. The Paper reports: 'Rick Parry has been involved in an astonishing conversation with a Wigan Athletic fan during which the chairman of the English... Read more
Pep Guardiola admits that is squad is getting old and some of the 'dead wood' has to go to stand any chance of catching the dominant force that is Liverpool FC for next season. As Pep's team will provide the customary guard of honour in tonight's mouth watering game tonight, Pep will not only be analysing the game unfold in front of him but also be considering those places where he must improve.... Read more
Steal of the transfer summer season, Bayern Munich get their German Winger from Manchester City Leroy Sane for a sum of only £55m! Sané, who joined City from Schalke in 2016 for £37.1 million, will not be able to play for his new club until next season. The Times understands that Bayern will pay an initial fee of €49 million (£44.8 million), with three add-on clauses that add up to €11... Read more
A third player at Brighton & Hove Albion has been tested positive with Coronavirus.  Whilst the Premiership clubs will get together to work out proposals for a re-start the question remains what happens if one or more of the players in the starting 11 develops the disease.  Can they lawfully postpone the game or must they allowed to play behind closed doors. The Times today reports... Read more
Can the remainder Premiership football matches be free to watch?  According to the Times it says: ‘Most of the matches — which are to be played in empty stadiums under a plan to restart top-flight football — would be on Sky and BT Sport’s pay-TV platforms but a few would be shown by Amazon, according to the plan. The BBC would potentially be permitted to show highlights more often but it is... Read more
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