Fox in the Box – November 2021

It’s time for our Monthly Magazine of November 2021! In this month’s edition of Fox in the Box, we explore Antonio Conte’s Spurs, Ralf Rangnick’s potential for greatness with Manchester United, and a discussion all about the Goalkeeper of the Year! Subscribe to our monthly subscription for $1.00 per month or login to your account, to view the magazine.

NOVEMBER 2021
Fox in the Box

in This month’s edition…

-> Antonio Conte’s Spurs
-> Ralf Rangnick’s United
-> Edouard Mendy and the Race for Goalkeeper of the Year
-> All podcast episodes
-> Top 100 Footballers of Nov. 2021

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Finding the next Roberto Firmino – Tactical Analysis

Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, the poster boys of a modern day football front three and all that can be accomplished, are all out of contract at the end of the 2022-23 season. The electric trio defined Liverpool’s success in the late 2010s, including a Premier League and UEFA Champions League triumph, and a runners-up medal in both competitions. But now approaching or already hitting 30 years old, Liverpool need to start to prepare for life without their illustrious front three. So with that, in this tactical transfer series, we attempt to identify the next Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah. We’re looking for players not only capable of leading the Reds to more title triumphs, but players young enough to do so over the next five years. Today, we start with finding the next Roberto Firmino.

Dean Smith – Norwich City – Tactical Analysis

At the time that Dean Smith took over from Daniel Farke at Norwich, the Canaries were rooted bottom of the table with just 1 win. They looked destined for relegation without any hope of survival, regardless of how Smith might do in charge. But now, after two back to back wins against Everton and Watford, Norwich suddenly have a real chance of survival. Here is a quick tactical analysis of Dean Smith’s 4-2-3-1 with Norwich City.

Longball Premier League Preview – Everton say adios to Rafa, & Tuchel in Trouble

John and Declan take a deep dive into the world of Everton, exploring the club’s continued struggle to find their identity and get a grip on reality. The boys then take a look ahead to this weekend’s match-ups, including a testy affair between Tottenham and Chelsea, and the John vs. Declan derby as Manchester United host West Ham United. Follow the show @mastermindsite on social media to never miss an update. 

Five teams that could make it to the AFCON Finals

The African Cup of Nations is underway and football fans are witnessing surprising results. The number of players playing overseas has made the tournament very competitive. Punters can place their bets on the best odds, exclusive CameOn. The following is a list of teams that could make it to the AFCON finals.

Understanding the anatomy of a football boot

There’s a reason why the game isn’t played in bare feet, there’s a reason why every professional club has a ‘Boot Room’ somewhere in their home training ground, and there’s a reason why boot makers try and make the most sophisticated pair of boots they can create. That is – cleats are more important to the game than you might think. So, in this feature, we’ll take you through the important parts of its history, development, and discuss how to pick the right boot for you and your players.

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.

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