Jose Mourinho – AS Roma – Tactical Analysis – with Edward Stratmann

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AS Roma and Paulo Fonseca parted ways with the Italian giants finishing just seventh in Serie A, but a more positive semi-final run in the Europa League and some encouraging attack-minded, tactically intriguing football. Legend of the game Jose Mourinho was the man to come in and replace Fonseca, and the Portuguese icon got off to a flying start in his Roma career, winning six from the first seven. But since then, it’s been typical Mourinho, with the club now potentially spiraling back into their old ways. This week I talk to Roma expert Edward Stratmann on what needs to happen if Mourinho is to change the club’s fortunes around, and the tactics Mourinho has displayed since taking over from Fonseca. Be sure to follow the show @mastermindsite, and give Edward a shout using the links below. 

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GUEST

Edward Stratmann is a freelance football writer and tactical analyst, featured on @ASRomaEN, @Arsenal, @Wyscout, @Bundesliga_EN, @Goal, and @MonacoTribune. He is the expert on all things Roma, having fallen in love with the club as a child. You can find him and his plethora of work on Twitter @EdwardStratmann.

HOST

Rhys Desmond is the founder and CEO of TheMastermindSite.com, a football tactics and analysis website, that specializes in education for coaches, players and fans of the beautiful game. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram @desmondrhys and @mastermindsite. Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts to never miss an episode, and visit themastermindsite.com for more information, articles, analyses, coaching education and more!

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