Tag: Graham Potter

Bring your blueprint but fail to tackle old issues can see very little development. This is the risk Erik ten Hag faces and couldn’t be highlighted better by a brutal Brighton display. The work of an ex-United striker ran the center-backs ragged, whilst a familiar face provided the finishing blows. Tactical analysis and match report […]

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Arsenal Brighton 1-2 Premier League

In a match that could have seismic implications for North London’s top-four battle, Brighton scored two stunning team goals and negated Arsenal’s usual passing precision to record their first win in eight games. The result represents a damaging defeat to Mikel Arteta’s men and hands the initiative over to arch-rivals Tottenham.  Tactical analysis and match […]

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Graham Potter’s effect on Brighton’s attacking style continued, and impressively so. Were it not for wasted openings and missed chances, Lampard’s own tactical adjustments might not have been enough to fully disrupt an opening match day result for Brighton. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter Munnelly. Looking to improve on last season’s fifteenth-placed finish, […]

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