On today’s episode of The Longball Premier League Preview Show, John and Declan debate how many goals City will smash past Arsenal on Saturday, whether Varane could make his debut for United, and if anybody is safe from Lukaku in the Premier League? All that and a whole lot more in this weeks episode!
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The Longball – Premier League Preview Show – City vs. Chelsea, Moyes' Merry Men March On, and the North London Derby – The Mastermind Site
- The Longball – Premier League Preview Show – City vs. Chelsea, Moyes' Merry Men March On, and the North London Derby
- Futbol Masterminds – De Gea Saves a Penalty! But is Paul Pogba Bad for United?
- Futbol Masterminds – Ronaldo's Return, Lukaku's Beast Mode Performance and a Special Guest!
- The Longball – Premier League Preview Show – Tempers flare in Brazil, Ronaldo's coming home, and the transfer window slams shut
- Futbol Masterminds – Reece James Sees Red, Arteta's Arsenal Woes, and Ronaldo's Return to the Prem
Chelsea vs. Manchester City was tipped to be an early title decider, and it did not disappoint as a highly contested affair between two teams right in the thick of the race this season. In the end it was the Citizens who came out on top, after an utterly dominant performance over a team that beat them in the UEFA Champions League final last season. Here is our analysis of the match.
The Bundesliga continues to entertain as ever, with intriguing tactics, goals galore, and surprising results. Matchday 6 saw Leipzig get back on track with a thumping win over Hertha Berlin, Wolfsburg suffer their first defeat of the season, and Dortmund look completely out of sorts in the Borussia derby. Here is our tactical analysis of some of the key matches.
Much is made of formations in the modern world of football, with each and every top team attempting to innovative and reinvent the beautiful game.
One of the most popular formations throughout history is the 4-3-3 formation. Those who view the game with a simplistic mindset would tell you it involves four defenders, three midfielders and three attackers. That certainly appears to be the case on the face of it, but is that how it works in reality? Or is 4-3-3 an amalgamation of several different tactics, effectively killing off the concept of a starting formation?