Tag: Maurizio Sarri

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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Whilst Fiorentina struggled with building up against a Juventus press, the hosts adjusted their possession to improve an offense still struggling to attain its maximum expression. Giuseppe Iachini tried to change his side’s shape, but Juve’s solutions were too much for Fiorentina to handle, eventually putting an end to the visitors’ early attempts. Tactical analysis […]

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Roma dominated Juventus for most of the match, in a convincing display that showed their progress in pressing and building up. Once again, however, Juve demonstrated how mistakes cannot be afforded against them, scoring two early goals that a dominant, yet devoid of creativity Roma side were unable to come back from. Tactical analysis and […]

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Tactical analysis SS Lazio Roma Juventus 3-1- Serie A

When building attacks, both sides found one another frustrating in equal measure. In the end, Juve were the side with more questions than answers as Lazio’s one-trick plan reaped the rewards to seal a huge victory. Tactical analysis and match report by Peter M. If you overlook Lazio’s Europa League results, you will see a […]

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