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A match between two aggressive, high pressing teams helmed by two Austrian coaches can reliably be counted to produce a classic, and that is what we got from this excellent Bundesliga encounter between Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg. With both coaches making minimal adjustments, this was a match decided largely by player quality, as well as […]

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The meeting of two of the Bundesliga’s most tactically interesting sides resulted in a draw, with similar ideas having a neutralizing effect in the absence of superior personnel. Eintracht Frankfurt’s uneven run continues with this draw, while Leipzig missed out on an opportunity to draw to within two points of league leaders Bayern Munich. Tactical […]

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An exhausting game pitted defense against attack as Eintracht Frankfurt’s plan was predicated almost entirely on Leipzig’s manoeuvres in possession. Though this seemed to pay dividends with the home side taking the lead just before half time, Julian Nagelsmann’s second half adjustments saw Leipzig storm back into the contest. However, even these changes weren’t enough […]

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Wolfsburg and Eintracht Frankfurt entered this match with starkly contrasting fortunes. But the form book firmly went out of the window in an affair between two sides whose intensity and aggression in defensive organization both enabled periods of dominance and glaring windows of opportunity to the opposition. Tactical analysis by Emmanuel Adeyemi-Abere. Wolfsburg have enjoyed […]

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Bayer Leverkusen Eintracht Frankfurt 4-0 Bundesliga

If there is one thing this match proved it is that Bayer Leverkusen belong in the category of teams contending for the Bundesliga title. Peter Bosz’s side have enjoyed an excellent run of form in recent times, and their sumptuous brand of football has seen them overwhelm opponents who arrive unprepared for the team’s dazzling […]

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Defender Jérôme Boateng’s red card, ten minutes into the start of Bayern München’s match against Eintracht Frankfurt, opened the door to victory for the hosts. However, Bayern manager Niko Kovač’s unrealistic expectations, combined with naïve tactics, allowed Frankfurt to run riot in the second half and ultimately led to his eventual sacking on Sunday evening. […]

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