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This debut Episode looks at the rather interesting (to say the least) Weekend of Results from October 3rd & 4th 2020 from the FA WSL and the Mens Premier League including Aston Villa 7-2 Liverpool & Manchester United 1-6 Spurs. JBK discusses whether the heavy defeats for some sides will make them ad
Publish Date: Jul 02, 2021
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This debut Episode looks at the rather interesting (to say the least) Weekend of Results from October 3rd & 4th 2020 from the FA WSL and the Mens Premier League including Aston Villa 7-2 Liverpool & Manchester United 1-6 Spurs. JBK discusses whether the heavy defeats for some sides will make them adapt or not and discusses the 'high press' tactic.
food pitch talk vlogs. My name is Jamie, a football coach working in the women's game. This is my David, my debut vlog for today. And I'm just going to talk about the matches that happened this weekend. Um, not just in the women's game, but also in the men's game. There were some seriously interesting results going across the board. So addict was, let me see, let's, let's start with the big ones, Liverpool losing 7 to in the men's game. It was, wow, just wow. Um, but there were, there were things to, to look to look at and it might be a case of they need to readjust based on the fact that they're defending their title, but they're also saying that they want to go and win the next one. I don't necessarily think you're gonna win it if you're still using the same tactics as last season. And yes, the season only ended in, in what june august what whenever it was it was you still have to kind of think, you know what, maybe, yeah, change the tactics slightly so that things can be a little bit more easier to manage, easier to manage. And that's what I think going into. Let's get going into this game and looking at the result that it was so 72 against Aston Villa, not great. Um, United, Wow again, 612 against Palmer's at home, not good For one by halftime. There was a spotty moment where I think if you're gonna send off one player you need to send off the other, the men are getting Marciel sent off by literally falling on the floor of the Lamela, ironically elbows Marcio in the next quarter head, so I can't remember where it was, but it was at a corner, didn't need to do it to one up and then he's gone and literally gone, I've been called in the face. Let me go down now. My thing is for that. Why why are you being allowed to do that? So yeah, there's there's reasons, there's reasons behind it, but then spurs literally, huh? You know, at home?