Tag: Maurizio Sarri

Sky blue tops and the 4-3-3 system, Lazio Roma provided us with some déjà vu against the champions. Although far from perfection, Maurizio Sarri’s team produced some excellent moves, against Internazionale who failed to capitalize on their superiority with the switch. Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker.  Once propelled by Inzaghi, Lazio has converted […]

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Despite a particularly inspired Cristiano Ronaldo, Juve’s structural issues were hard to overcome even for the Champions League’s greatest goalscorer. Lyon did not need the most solid of defensive systems, which leaked a few chances, as they could sit on a comfortable lead and watch Juve’s self-inflicted harm pave the way to the next round. […]

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When momentum kicks in, little is there to do to prevent it from trashing even the most solid assembles. Consequently, even the well-oiled Juventus could not escape the inevitable and were victimized; Milan just needed six hectic minutes and one goal to ignite a stunning comeback from a double deficit. As a result, Juventus’ defense […]

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Maurizio Sarri’s first nine months at Juventus have been troubled to say the least, with high expectations weighing on the manager’s mind since his first day in Turin, and consistent delays that have broken up his working rhythm. Even so, his side is still in contention to win every competition. How has Sarri gone about […]

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