Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing the victory vs Roma

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing the victory vs Roma

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish look back at Liverpool's fantastic five-two win over Roma in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, topics include: what are the strengths and weaknesses of the 3-4-2-1 system Roma deployed, and what could their manager have been thinking in seemingly playing into the Reds' hands; What were the possible options to contain Liverpool? The utter brilliance in transition, creating one v one duels on their back three with space to run into; Salah's finishing - and how his relaxed manner is crucial; how do you defend against him? Going over the goals and key chances; should we have gone more defensive at five-nil? How much rotation is required before the second leg? …
Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing the Bournemouth win

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing the Bournemouth win

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish discuss the victory over Bournemouth, with topics including: - Eddie Howe's different approach - Liverpool's fast start, which virtually killed the game - The Reds' domination until the 70-minute mark - Who is better: Suarez or Salah? - The slight wobble at 2-0 - Paul's thoughts on the Roma draw and Liverpool's tags of underdogs... All this and more via Tactics Weekly on AI Pro …
Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing The Victory At The Etihad

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing The Victory At The Etihad

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish look back at the mighty Reds' victory at the Ethiad, and the overall tie, topics include: - Guardiola's attacking line up and tactical approach - How much City dominated in the first half, but failed to create any other big chances other than the goal - Who was at fault for Jesus' opening strike? - Trent's performance and suitability to the role - Wijnaldum as the number six and Liverpool's deep narrow midfield - Going over the penalty decisions and offside law confusion - Pep's reaction at half-time and how that impacted the home side in the second half - Going over Salah's ability to deal with pressure and Firmino's pressing presence - Who would we prefer in the semi-final? - And would Guardiola still get into Paul's combined team?? All this and more via Tactics Weekly on AI Pro …
Liverpool 3-0 Manchester City: A Tactical Breakdown

Liverpool 3-0 Manchester City: A Tactical Breakdown

Fine lines. The thinnest of margins. The point at which dreamland meets bedlam. Where delirium bisects mayhem. That's where Liverpool fans found themselves as they watched the unthinkable happen. Liverpool had pressed Manchester City into submission in January, but Pep Guardiola, the greatest manager and tactical innovator of his generation would surely not let it happen again, would he? Acutely aware of the pressing prowess of Liverpool, Guardiola set City up with Fernandinho in the same position as he was in …
Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing Crystal Palace Win

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Reviewing Crystal Palace Win

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish go over the major tactical points of the late victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, topics include: - Both teams' line-ups and what we might expect - Dealing with direct balls and the art of defending by Jaap Stam - How did the midfield function - The penalty shouts for both sides - What's the best approach for a manager a half-time? - Going over the goals - and which was the better finish - Is top four now secured? All this and more via Tactics Weekly on AI Pro …
Crystal Palace 1-2 Liverpool: A Tactical Breakdown

Crystal Palace 1-2 Liverpool: A Tactical Breakdown

After the international break, it's always interesting to see how a team performs, and Liverpool appeared to start brightly against Palace, but soon it became clear that if Liverpool were to take anything from this game, they needed to really work for it, as simple passes went astray, and frustration built up. If you watched the game, it was plain to see what Palace were trying to do, with runners working off Benteke's second ball, what we're focussing on though …
Liverpool v Man City | A Tale Of Two Attacks: Analytical & Tactical Preview

Liverpool v Man City | A Tale Of Two Attacks: Analytical & Tactical Preview

With an epic two-legged quarter-final looming against Manchester City, I took a look at the way both teams attack. The Champions League tie promises to be one of those contests for the ages. Two brave, attacking teams locking horns; this could be another legendary European contest that, we as fans, will be talking about for years to come. The context We know we can beat City. However, it is also true that we are facing the (inevitably) greatest champions of …
Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Liverpool v Man City: Tactical Preview

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Liverpool v Man City: Tactical Preview

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish take an in-depth look at the upcoming Champions League quarter-final with Man City, topics include: likely line-ups and selection issues; how to break the Citizens down and any potential flaws they might have; does the Reds' line up pick itself? And finally... a combined eleven from both that includes a 25-minute ding dong about who should manage the side: Guardiola or Klopp? All this and more via Tactics Weekly on AI Pro! …
Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Man Utd & Subscriber Questions

Tactics Weekly with Paul Dalglish - Man Utd & Subscriber Questions

Daniel Rhodes and Paul Dalglish have a feisty debate about the defeat at Old Trafford, focusing on the goals and major chances. Topics include: - Was Lovren just doing his job? - Was Trent majorly at fault? - Should Van Dijk be narrower? - Who goes walkies for the Mata chance? - Answering some subscriber questions. - And a final part on how to deal with Messi... All this and more via Tactics Weekly on AI Pro …
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