Why is there always a massive gap between defense and attack?

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Post by Onyx Sun Sep 25, 2011 2:01 pm

I don't understand why there's always a massive gap between defense, midfield and attack. If we're going to pressure we should do it with a highline otherwise teams will exploit the gaps after passing the pressure.

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Post by Calebvision Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:22 pm

Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

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Post by huntsman Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:51 pm

Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.
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Post by Guest Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:55 pm

huntsman wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.

Here we go again.

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Come on it's not hard to see this surely, JD?

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Post by BarrileteCosmico Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:03 pm

Because defenders don't sell shirts.
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Post by Babun Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:05 pm

BarrileteCosmico wrote:Because defenders don't sell shirts.
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Post by izzy Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:51 pm

Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!
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You didn't even answer the question.

It's quite simple really, it's because we are asking Xabi to work to midfield by himself ALL GAME and that's just not going to happen.
Xabi is trying to link the defense to the midfield and the midfield to the attack by himself. It's a two man job with each being able to do both and rotate each role with each other.

Currently, we see Xabi so far back that he is almost playing as a false CB and the middle of the park is completly open. Hopefully this won't be the case when Sahin returns.
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Post by Zees Sun Sep 25, 2011 9:01 pm

BarrileteCosmico wrote:Because defenders don't sell shirts.
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Post by Calebvision Sun Sep 25, 2011 9:59 pm

izzy26 wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!
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You didn't even answer the question.

It's quite simple really, it's because we are asking Xabi to work to midfield by himself ALL GAME and that's just not going to happen.
Xabi is trying to link the defense to the midfield and the midfield to the attack by himself. It's a two man job with each being able to do both and rotate each role with each other.

Currently, we see Xabi so far back that he is almost playing as a false CB and the middle of the park is completly open. Hopefully this won't be the case when Sahin returns.

You may very well be correct! I have not analyzed it that closely. I have. however, seen the propensity for "cheap goals"!!

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Post by Le Samourai Sun Sep 25, 2011 11:09 pm

Crimson wrote:
huntsman wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.

Here we go again.

Blatant trolling in the Real Madrid section

Come on it's not hard to see this surely, JD?

How do you guys put up with this shit?

This guy is possibly the greatest troll in the history of the internet.How he isn't banned is beyond me.

Every time he trolls Casillas , I feel like going Mike Tyson on my computer screen.

The fact that he has Casillas as his avatar somehow makes it even worse.

He has truly perfected the art of trolling.



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Post by jibers Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:23 am

ragbirjosh wrote:
Crimson wrote:
huntsman wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.

Here we go again.

Blatant trolling in the Real Madrid section

Come on it's not hard to see this surely, JD?

How do you guys put up with this shit?

This guy is possibly the greatest troll in the history of the internet.How he isn't banned is beyond me.

Every time he trolls Casillas , I feel like going Mike Tyson on my computer screen.

The fact that he has Casillas as his avatar somehow makes it even worse.

He has truly perfected the art of trolling.




I say this all the time, he is the complete troll.


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Post by Jack Daniels Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:24 am

Crimson wrote:
huntsman wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.

Here we go again.

Blatant trolling in the Real Madrid section

Come on it's not hard to see this surely, JD?
I just came home man.. Sad
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Post by Guest Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:25 am

Jack Daniels wrote:
Crimson wrote:
huntsman wrote:
Calebvision wrote:Real'sdefense is shaky all around and the golaie, talented a she may be, is prone to "cheap golas", in my opinion!

That not only your opinion. It's the truth even though the goalie being talented part is debatable.

Here we go again.

Blatant trolling in the Real Madrid section

Come on it's not hard to see this surely, JD?
I just came home man.. Sad

Np dude, thanks though appreciate it

At least we can back to some normality around here

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