Thursday, February 24, 2011

More football strategy talk: A deeper look at the Azkal’s exciting new offensive attack

5 comments:

  1. great read! :) Hope to see you writing more about the azkal games. Can you also review other players like James, Rob, and other players?

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  2. I find with four defenders you won't have to keep a defensive midfielder for an attacking play. I was frustrated during the last game at how the team did not use the left wing as the main attacking option, I had the impression from the get go that Phil was a marked-man they could have use this to draw the defenders to him letting chieffy rip.

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  3. great article. you should apply at abs-cbn or gma. so we can have real futbol news. thank you.

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  4. @chynna @Joseph : Thanks for the kind words.

    @Jason : Well, we didn't really need to even keep four defenders against ten men Mongolia who didn't even look to score that much. I really thought up 1-0, with time winding down and really no threat at all from an undermanned and tiring opposition, we could've gotten more adventurous in the formation.

    Anyhow, we got the second goal, so I guess it's all good.

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  5. The DFA already reviewed Lucena and Cagara's papers. And they are qualified to get their Filipino passports.

    BTW, great post, mate!

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