This is written by guest author Jonathon Aspey who many of you will know. If you are unfamiliar with him and his work, you can check it out over on his brilliant blog
In the last article I gave a brief introduction on the kind of attributes I like the libero to have. In this part of the mini series I’ll be focusing on all the aspect of the libero that either don’t work, hinder the libero’s game or work but not very well. I’ll also be touching on shapes, as some of them are far more accommodating for a libero than others.
Continue reading The Spanish Libero and the Invisible Wall – Part Two
This is the second article in the series from guest author Torskus77. If you’ve not read the first one yet, be sure to catch up with it here; Continue reading Part Two – Simplicity And The Class of 99
This is written by guest author Torskus77 as he is known off the Sports Interactive forums and is the first article in what will be a fantastic series. Continue reading Saddlers 4-4-2, Simplicity And The Class of 99
If you’ve followed my articles before you’ll have heard me talk about how important it is, that you understand how the roles, duties, team instructions and player instructions all work as a system and come together to give you the end product. When I talk about this I always get comments asking how someone does that or what do I really mean when I say that. So hopefully this article will show you how my tactic all links together and how everything links up. Continue reading Piecing It All Together
Recreating specific styles of play requires specific players to be able to pull of, what you’re creating. This means that over time you need to identify possible transfer targets so when you do have the resources to improve the squad, you make the correct player choice. For me this is one of the most important factors to being successful as I only buy players, who complement the style of play I’ve created or is currently creating. I’ve not really done a post like this before but it’s one people are always asking for. Hopefully what this article outlines is my approach on identifying specific potential transfer targets not only short-term but with long-term in mind. It’s not unusual for me to be looking at players I’ll be buying in three or four seasons time. Continue reading Arsenal Invincibles – Part Two