This week John and Declan are coming to terms now that Ole’s still in charge of United. Meanwhile, Declan argues that Phil Foden’s the most important piece of City’s attack, and it’s a Patson Daka love fest to end the show! Follow the show on social media @mastermindsite and use the links below to follow our great panel.
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FA Cup Final Preview + Cheslea’s fresh face and Haaland’s arrival – The Mastermind Site
- FA Cup Final Preview + Cheslea’s fresh face and Haaland’s arrival
- Everton’s tumble, West Ham’s European Tour, and the Divock Effect
- Sean Dyche shown the door, Erik Ten Hag's future at United, and Chelsea’s future ownership
- A top of the table six-pointer, Frank Lampard, and taking stock in the battle at the bottom
- Leeds on the Marsch, Everton face the drop, and the International Break
After years of joy and tactical transformations under Marcelo Bielsa, Leeds United finally made the decision to sack the club legend, with the club desperately clinging on to Premier League safety. Jesse Marsch came in as his successor, and brought with him a sense of optimism that Leeds could stay up for another season. Unfortunately, Marsch’s arrival in West Yorkshire has been a roller coaster ride for Leeds so far, with a mix of remarkable highs, and desperate lows. They needed to wait until the final day to secure their safety, ultimately achieving a solid tally of 38 points from 38 matches. So with that, after securing safety, we bring you what you’ve all been waiting for – our Jesse Marsch Tactical Analysis for 2021-22.
Fifteen minutes to go in the 2021-22 Premier League season, the title looked likely to change hands for the first time in months, with Liverpool having every chance of stealing top spot away from Manchester City. But then came Pep Guardiola and three inspired second half substitutions, stealing the crown right at the death. Here are three ways to best support the substitution process, and make effective changes to change football matches.
Out of all the midfielders in the Premier League, very few stand out when it comes to as many attributes as Conor Gallagher. The Chelsea loanee has been on fire all season long at Crystal Palace – bagging 8 goals with 3 assists in 33 matches, alongside some of the best pressing and tackling numbers of players in his position. With his late arriving goal-scoring form and top-tier pressing intensity, Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea are bound to steal Gallagher back into their team, and give him regular minutes next season. A quintessential box-to-box midfielder who can also dovetail as a number ten, Gallagher will be a massive miss for the Eagles next season. So with that, we examine who could possibly come in to replace the 22-year-old midfielder at Crystal Palace next season.