The Longball Premier League Preview Show – Matchday 3

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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John Townsend
Twitter and Instagram: @johntownsend99

Declan Da Barp
Twitter: @dabarp14. Instagram: @declandabarp

Kaustubh Kapoor
Instagram: @futbolmasterminds

Produced by:
Rhys Desmond
@DesmondRhys on social media
as part of TheMastermindSite.com
@mastermindsite on social media

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MUSIC

The music for this episode was provided by Pixabay.

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The Longball Premier League Preview Show – New Year's Blues The Mastermind Site

John and Declan look ahead to an exciting match week, dissecting the intense title clash between Chelsea and Manchester City, and the all-important North London Derby! The boys also take a trip to the bottom of the table where Watford take on Newcastle in this weekend's relegation six-pointer. All of that and a whole lot more in this episode! Panel: John Townsend Twitter: @johntownsend99 Instagram: @johntownsend99 Declan Da Barp Twitter: @dabarp14 Produced by: Rhys Desmond, as part of TheMastermindSite.com. Follow the show @mastermindsite and @desmondrhys.
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How to Create a Game Model Framework

Struggling to know where to start when it comes to creating your own game model? Well look no further than TheMastermindSite.com. This game model example showcases what Rhyspect FC looks to do in each third of the pitch in all three defensive phases, and all three attacking phases in a 3-1-4-2 formation.

A set-piece routine that will gaurantee goals

Set-pieces are vitally important to the modern game, with a high percentage of goals being scored from set-pieces in the Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A this season. However, we are a firm believer in giving players creative autonomy and freedom to make choices in football matches. Allowing them to have a voice in attacking set-pieces is the perfect spot to allow them such creative input, as set-pieces can often be so different to everything else the team puts together in their formation, style of play and game model. With that said, we want to help your team score more goals from set-pieces, especially if you’re going through our game model examples, only to see that we don’t focus all that much on set-pieces. So with that, here is my favourite corner kick routine, which can easily be used at both the senior and professional level.

Steven Gerrard – Aston Villa – Tactical Analysis

Gerrard remains a relatively inexperienced manager, but with a clear sense of tactical knowhow, the former Liverpool legend appears to be long for this world. Gerrard’s won four from his first ten in charge, and added his first draw to the mix this past weekend against Manchester United with an extraordinary comeback. New additions in Lucas Digne and Philippe Coutinho have also entered the frame, providing the perfect time to take a look at how Gerrard has settled into life at Villa Park so far. Here is our tactical analysis of Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa in 2021-22.

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