Has Argentina lost its competitive advantage?
Spain won the Euro competition again and it wasn’t really a surprise.
In the past, I never really watched these games which used to be pretty boring.
Seems that things has changed for some time, and maybe you will agree with me?
Since Barca’s reign and tactical innovation, international tacticians’ approach has changed regarding modern football.
Italians love the game for its tactical aspect and Prandelli showed the world that Italy, traditionally defensive minded, could compete with the best midfield ever (Barca’s), thanks to creativity and speedy short-passing calcio. Other nations in Europe seem to have evolved a lot too in that aspect, including France and Germany. Sometimes the results are not as expected but the way to succeed is positive for the game (attacking).
I remember those days in 2006 when we were discussing about our terrific tactical and competitive advantages… That the best way to defend was to keep the ball thanks to Riquelme… That our typical futbol built on possession and patience was the solution to everything…
In 2012, have we become tactically retarded?
Please click on your choice, 1) or 2), and lets check the proportion!
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