Fox in the Box – December 2021

It’s time for our Monthly Magazine of December 2021! In this month’s edition of Fox in the Box, we explore the Team of the Season Halfway Through, recount and recall our most popular analyses of 2021, and answer your end of year questions. Subscribe to our monthly subscription for $1.00 per month or login to your account, to view the magazine.

DECEMBER 2021
Fox in the Box

in This month’s edition…

-> PL Team of the Season Halfway Through 2021-22
-> Top 10 Analyses of 2021
-> Q&A
-> All podcast episodes
-> Top 100 Footballers of Dec. 2021

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It’s time for our Monthly Magazine of December 2021! In this month’s edition of Fox in the Box, we explore the Team of the Season Halfway Through, recount and recall our most popular analyses of 2021, and answer your end of year questions. Subscribe to our monthly subscription for $1.00 per month or login to your account, to view the magazine.

DECEMBER 2021
Fox in the Box

in This month’s edition…

-> PL Team of the Season Halfway Through 2021-22
-> Top 10 Analyses of 2021
-> Q&A
-> All podcast episodes
-> Top 100 Footballers of Dec. 2021

Subscribe to get access – $1.00 per month

Read more of this content when you subscribe today.

Subscribe to get access

Read more of this content when you subscribe today.


Explaining the Wing-Back – Player Role Analysis

A wing-back, as the name suggests, is a full-back that operates up and down the wing, holding particular importance in attacking phases. They may contribute to the defensive side of the game, and they may even invert into central areas. But wing-backs do their best work down the by-line, where they can deliver crosses into the box, utilize their trickery and skill to go 1v1, and surge up the field through their dynamic pace and timing of movement into dangerous areas. Here is our latest Player Role Analysis.

Alan Koch – FC Edmonton – Tactical Analysis

Koch has made a series of tactically intriguing decisions over the course of the past eleven games, developing a clear sense of style with his team. So with that, here is our tactical analysis of Alan Koch’s FC Edmonton, why the Eddies are still worth a watch this season, and our recommendations for the team moving forward.

Premier League Transfer Tax (Part 2)

After examining fourteen Premier League sides, we are getting closer to the truth. Bundesliga Tax may very well be a real thing. Whether it’s the nature of players signing from the league in comparison to others, or simply something wrong with their ability to adapt, players coming over from Germany’s top flight have ranked consistently lower than players arriving from other leagues. Our data illustrates player performance on a range of statistical categories in and out of possession, whilst aiming to utilize our Role Continuity System in establishing important traits and characteristics specific to a player’s role.

A short corner routine that will guarantee goals (ft. KC Current)

While brilliant, this set-piece won’t work 100% of the time. But if your team can properly assess a time to play a short corner like this (such as having a player unmarked at the top of the box) and capitalize on that opportunity, this corner kick routine courtesy of Kansas City may just guarantee you goals.

Why Jordyn Huitema is perfect for OL Reign

After excelling for PSG in France, Canadian youngster Jordyn Huitema appears to be days away from making a return to North America, where she will ply her trade as an important member of OL Reign’s attack. News broke on Thursday thanks to The Athletic’s Meg Linehan, following Reign’s recent signings of veteran Tobin Heath and Arsenal’s Kim Little on loan. Expected to be more of a long-term signing to improve upon Reign’s attacking horizons, Jordyn Huitema provides the perfect mix of pace and pizzazz to Laura Harvey’s team. Here is why Jordyn Huitema could be set to ignite the NWSL on fire.

Diyaeddine Abzi – Player Analysis

After an electric start to the 2022 Canadian Premier League season, Diyaeddine Abzi has officially been transferred from York United all the way to Ligue 2’s Pau FC in France. After finishing 10th in Ligue 2 last season, Pau FC were in the market for reinforcements to their team, and Diyaeddine Abzi provides an excellent overall package to excel at his new club. We examine why Pau FC took a chance on the Canadian youngster, and the potential for Abzi to excel at his new club.

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