Posts Tagged ‘ 3-5-2 ’

Udinese 3-1 Inter: 3-5-1-1 beats 4-3-1-2

January 23, 2011
Udinese 3-1 Inter: 3-5-1-1 beats 4-3-1-2

Leonardo suffered his first defeat as Inter manager as Udinese dominated the majority of the game.
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Why Brazil’s breakthrough was always going to come from Maicon

June 16, 2010
Why Brazil’s breakthrough was always going to come from Maicon

It was inevitable that Brazil would eventually score against North Korea, and it was almost as inevitable that they would do so through Maicon, their rampaging right-back. Here’s why.
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An old-fashioned 3-5-2 for Uruguay

May 27, 2010
An old-fashioned 3-5-2 for Uruguay

The three-man defence may be fairly unpopular throughout Europe at the moment, but it is alive and well in Latin America. With Chile having used a 3-3-1-3 system throughout qualification and Mexico toying with a 3-4-3, Uruguay will join them, with a more traditional 3-5-2 formation.
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North Korea: a better side than you might expect

May 26, 2010
North Korea: a better side than you might expect

For obvious reasons, there hasn’t been a great deal of media coverage about the North Korean national team, making a re-appearance in the World Cup for the first time since their famous adventure in the north of England in 1966.
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Is Capello set to switch to a three-man defence?

May 14, 2010
Is Capello set to switch to a three-man defence?

There are strong rumours this morning that, in Gareth Barry’s absence, Fabio Capello is considering switching to a system featuring three centre-backs for the World Cup. It would unquestionably be a risky move, completely changing England’s shape that was so successful in qualifying, and installing a three-man defence that hasn’t been used effectively by...
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