This is my recreation of Steve McClaren's 4-3-3 and 4-4-2 England tactics used in 2007. This is a part of my challenge to recreate tactics from England's past and take them to big tournaments. https://youtu.be/2hq3pbD5bxA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRTH_2JdDng Thanks to Keysi for hosting me, you can find the rest of my England series here. You can find me … Continue reading The Anatomy of England: Steve McClaren’s 4-3-3 and 4-4-2 (Videos)
The 2007 season should be well within my footballing timeline, I was 18 at the time and having been a football fan since 1996 , I should have been coming into my age football wise. However, I'd become disillusioned with Chelsea during the 2006 season and that combined with the emergence of other interests that … Continue reading The Anatomy of England: Steve McClaren’s 4-3-3
So after overachieving to finish 4th in the table we face quite a crucial summer. European football is back with us as we enter the Europa League at the group stages so we'll have the added task of balancing fitness and squad depth throughout next season. My budget ahead of this window was a measly … Continue reading Lille Mix – Cash Strapped Recruiting
When I shared the picture of the random friendly match from the save in the FMSlack some time ago I didn't expect it could lead to the blog post. It was a typical friendly match during the summer pre-season within my save in Chille with SD Magallanes and we played against 14th placed team from … Continue reading FM19 | Red card? No problem!
Howay the Lads ! 5 things - one I’ve decided that instead of churning out the standard end of season review - we’ll approach things a wee bit differently this year.Football Manager content in any shape or form should be a joy - not only to read, but to write as well.I’m still a huge fan … Continue reading Newcastle United – 4.