Maurizio Sarri's career at Chelsea never quite got off to the way the Italian manager might have planned. But that didn't stop the former Napoli man from landing a job at the top club in Serie A - Juventus. Maurizio Sarri's Juventus have been at the top of the table throughout 2019-20 just as you'd expect them to be, and as far as their status as one of Europe's elite clubs, they have continued on exactly where Massimo Allegri left off. However, The Old Lady have been a completely different side under Maurizio Sarri this season, deploying tactics that make Juve a unique outfit anywhere in the footballing world today. This is a Tactical Analysis of Maurizio Sarri's newly revamped Juventus.
The Mastermind brings you an exclusive guide to every single Premier League team going into the highly anticipated 2017-18 season. From lineups, to transfers to the wackiest of predictions, The Mastermind has you covered. Here is your guide to last year's fifth place finishers and FA Cup winners, Arsenal. ARSENAL INTRODUCTION Arsenal finally went … Continue reading 2017-18 Premier League Team Guide: Arsenal
In 2016-17, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal suffered their worst season in terms of position in the table since 1994-95 when they finished in 12th place. When Santiago Cazorla was in the side, the Gunners were flourishing, playing some of their best football again. But as was the case for nearly the entire season, they were without their … Continue reading 4 Ways Arsenal Can Replace Santi Cazorla
Euro 2016 wasn't exactly the most entertaining international competition we've ever seen, but there were still some superb players on show, performing to the very highest level and giving everything they could to win matches their nation. This is my UEFA Euro 2016 Team of the Tournament based on how well they did, how important … Continue reading UEFA Euro 2016 Team of the Tournament
Goalkeeper: Rui Patricio In 120 minutes of action, Rui Patricio made 4 saves to keep the score level at 1-1 in Portugal's quarter final match against Poland. Then he brilliantly saved a well-taken penalty shot by Jakub Blasczykowski to win his team the match. It was a good performance from the goalkeeper who had his … Continue reading Euro 2016 Quarter Finals Team of the Week
Wales came into Euro 2016 as one of the least likeliest sides to win the tournament, yet they now have a great chance to win it all as they now find themselves advancing to the semi finals where they will take on Portugal. It is very likely that only two of Wales' twenty-three players would … Continue reading Wales The Surprise Team of Euro 2016
Goalkeeper: Volkan Babacan Let's be honest, Turkey should not have won their game 2-0 over the Czech Republic. The Czechs had 12 attempts but couldn't score from any of them. Why? Volkan Babacan! Volkan Babacan made 5 saves against the Czech Repbulic and was constantly in the way of their hopes of scoring a goal and reaching … Continue reading Euro 2016 Team of the Week (Gameweek 3)