The start of the 2021-22 Premier League season hasn't been perfect for Manchester City, but they are still playing fantastic football, en route to putting up a mighty title challenge for another season. Throughout the start of the 2021-22 season, Pep Guardiola has continued to innovate his Manchester City team, deploying new tactics never seen before during his five year spell at the club. Here is a brand new Pep Guardiola - Manchester City - Tactical Analysis, for the 2021-22 season.
This week John and Declan are joined by Kausty and Dan Burke of One Football to discuss Matchday 7. Declan raves about just how good West Ham are, John is dejected about a United team that can’t seem to put it all their puzzle pieces together, and a top of the title clash between Liverpool and City has Kausty bursting with excitement! This week also sees the introduction of Declan’s Fantasy Corner, so plenty to enjoy on this week’s episode of the Longball!
Chelsea vs. Manchester City was tipped to be an early title decider, and it did not disappoint as a highly contested affair between two teams right in the thick of the race this season. In the end it was the Citizens who came out on top, after an utterly dominant performance over a team that beat them in the UEFA Champions League final last season. Here is our analysis of the match.
Manchester City demolished Norwich City this past weekend in the Premier League's second round of fixtures, with Jack Grealish grabbing his first goal for the club. Here is our analysis of the match, including a special look into how the former Villa captain fits into the squad.
Heading into the 2021-22 Premier League season, we were somewhat pessimistic about Nuno's chances to lead Tottenham to better times. But the Portuguese manager got off to a flying start on Sunday, beating the Champions in a surprising 1-0 victory. The match should now give Tottenham fans plenty of hope for the new season, especially given Nuno's intriguing tactical tweaks that benefited Spurs' ability to win the match. Here is our analysis.
On this episode of the Premier League Preview Show, John and Declan are joined by Man City podcaster David Mooney to discuss the Citizens' chances of signing both Grealish AND Kane in a depressed market. The panel also delve into City's strikerless formation, the loss of Sergio Aguero and Guardiola's potential tactical tweaks this season.
oalkeepers need to have strong psychological skills, and always back themselves to perform. Even when they are full of confidence and everything they touch stays out of the net, that can all change so quickly. If a goalkeeper slips up, it usually results in a goal, and that inherently makes their position so much more difficult than any other.
If you’ve read anything on TheMastermindSite.com over the past few years, you know very well that the focus of the site has centered primarily around analysis and tactics of some of the best teams, players, and managers around the world. As a result, it was only fitting that we released our first ever tactical ebook! This series takes each section of the Ebook available for our premium subscribers. If you are interested in becoming a paid subscriber, learn more here. For premium subscribers, login to view the full tactical review of Manchester City!
This week the supposed underdogs pulled through in both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League final fixtures, with Chelsea and Villarreal coming out victorious over Manchester City and Manchester United. The Futbol Masterminds break down all of their thoughts from the two finals, including Chelsea's stellar defense, Guardiola's strange tactics, and that crazy … Continue reading Futbol Masterminds – Champions League and Europa League Finals + Managerial Merry Go Round
What a game. After beating Manchester City twice already this season, Chelsea entered the 2021 UEFA Champions League final with a slight psychological advantage. They absolutely delivered on that promise, winning the match by a score of 1-0. Thomas Tuchel became only the second manager since Jurgen Klopp to beat Pep Guardiola three times in a row, leading his Chelsea team to the Champions League trophy in his first six months in charge. Here is our tactical analysis of the final.