World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group. By Alistair Magowan. according to Fifa’s technical study group, which has produced its …

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group In fact, it reflected some of the trends that emerged from Russia, according to Fifa’s technical study group, which

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group Tuesday, 16 October 2018 Fifa’s technical study group reveals how possession was over-rated, how long-range shooting worked and why playmakers were vital at the 2018 World Cup.

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

Luka Modric earned the Golden Ball for his performances at the World Cup, while France’s Paul Pogba scored in the 4-2 win over Modric’s Croatia in the final The importance of playmakers. The report says there was a lack of playmakers in the 2018 World Cup, and cites how important they are in …

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

Harry Kane scores England winner from a corner in their opening game against TunisiaDespite reaching the semi-finals, England were accused of many things at the 2018 World Cup: Could only score from set-pieces; lacked a creative midfield player; didn’t beat a top-class team. But their approach was not unusual as Gareth Southgate’s team reached the…

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

The World Cup in Russia was a tournament of goals. There were 169, only two fewer than the record for a 32-team World Cup, which was set at France 1998 and equalled at Brazil 2014. Only one match out of 64 ended goalless (Denmark v France), compared to five in Brazil and seven at South Africa 2010.

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

But their approach was not unusual as Gareth Southgate’s team reached the last four for the first time since 1990. In fact, it reflected some of the trends that emerged from Russia, according to Fifa’s technical study group, which has produced its analysis of the tournament.

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group. October 16, 2018. 0. Share. Facebook. Twitter. In fact, it reflected some of the trends that emerged from Russia, according to Fifa’s technical study group, which has produced its analysis of the tournament.

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group Fifa’s technical study group reveals how possession was over-rated, how long-range shooting worked and why playmakers were vital at the 2018 World Cup.

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s

World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group. according to Fifa’s technical study group, which has produced its analysis of the tournament. The study group says there has been a 32% drop in shots from outside the penalty area since South Africa 2010 because of “tight, compact defending”.

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World Cup 2018: Five new things we learned from Fifa’s technical study group. 2018-10-16. 42. 0. Facebook. Twitter. Google+. In fact, it reflected some of the trends that emerged from Russia, according to Fifa’s technical study group, which has produced its analysis of the tournament.