Liverpool’s Tactical Concerns (2020-21) – TMS Podcast

#1 – Liverpool's Tactical Concerns (2020-21) The Mastermind Site – Podcast

Much of the dialogue going into this weekend’s Liverpool-Manchester City match centered around the fixture as a potential title decider for Liverpool. The assumption was that if Liverpool lost, their hopes and dreams of winning the title would dash before their eyes. As it turns out, Liverpool didn’t just lose, but were badly beaten and bruised by a terrific Manchester City side. With all of their struggles this season, not just against City, we take an in-depth look at where Liverpool have gone wrong tactically and beyond.  Guest:  Russell Tho is a Liverpool and Barcelona fan and friend of the show. You can find him on Instagram @russelltho96. Host:  Rhys Desmond is the creator and owner of TheMastermindSite.com. He is lifelong lover and educator of the beautiful game. You can find him on Twitter @DesmondRhys.  Follow TMS:  @mastermindsite on Twitter and Instagram. themastermindsite.com Music:  The music for this episode was provided by minwbu from Pixabay. "Min-2019". 

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Much of the dialogue going into this weekend’s Liverpool-Manchester City match centered around the fixture as a potential title decider for Liverpool. The assumption was that if Liverpool lost, their hopes and dreams of winning the title would dash before their eyes. As it turns out, Liverpool didn’t just lose, but were badly beaten and bruised by a terrific Manchester City side. With all of their struggles this season, not just against City, we take an in-depth look at where Liverpool have gone wrong tactically and beyond. 

Guest

Russell Tho is a Liverpool and Barcelona fan and friend of the show. You can find him on Instagram @russelltho96.

Host

Rhys Desmond is the creator and owner of TheMastermindSite.com. He is lifelong lover and educator of the beautiful game. You can find him on Twitter @DesmondRhys. 

Follow TMS

@mastermindsite on Twitter and Instagram.
Subscribe via email at the footer of themastermindsite.com

Music

The music for this episode was provided by minwbu from Pixabay. “Min-2019”.


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