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Marti Perarnau on Pep

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Marti Perarnau on Pep

Post by blueboy on Thu May 04, 2017 9:50 am


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Re: Marti Perarnau on Pep

Post by Strange Blue on Thu May 04, 2017 11:26 am

I suppose he thought he needed a season to evaluate the veterans & give everyone a fair go. MP inherited a squad that had just hit their peak although it was still a significant achievement to win the Prem on the first try. The radical nature of Peps tactical systems & the steep learning curve for the players hasn't helped either. For the owners its part of building for the future with a similar playing style & system being practiced in the academy. I'm optimistic, but it's not going to be the quick fix that some were hoping for. We've already seen glimpses of the kind of quick attacking football that is possible this season right before Jesus got injured. Imagine what those games would have looked like with fast paced full backs & an extra winger to rotate with Sane & sterling, a defence that get back quicker than the opposition & keep their line. The best system is where the goalkeeper doesn't have much to do & where most of the game is in the opponents half.
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