Here’s a scary thought – we are starting our second year of publishing this magazine. Thank you, as ever, to those of you that have found us and stayed with us along the way.
We are very proud to present to you the November 2019 edition of Total Football Analysis Magazine!
There are 23 articles of pure tactical analysis, coaching and recruitment in this month’s edition over a whopping 154 pages.
You should check out some of the testimonials we have been getting from all levels of the professional game.
Brilliant and engaging analysis on matches, teams and individuals
I cannot recommend Total Football Analysis Magazine highly enough. They offer brilliant & engaging analysis on matches, teams & individuals all while highlighting eye-opening & key tactical patterns from a coaches’ perspective.
Ben Smith // First Team Performance Analyst – Macclesfield Town
Thought-provoking and appeals to a broad spectrum of football people
Chris and the guys at TFA have put together an excellent magazine, which appeals to a very broad spectrum of football people. Analysis magazines can be information-heavy and get bogged down in reliability, T-tests and other analytical info. TFA is easy to read, thought-provoking and appeals to a broad spectrum of football people, coaches, managers and analysts alike. Articles are not overly wordy, there is a broad spectrum of highlighted personnel, players and managers alike.
I would have no problem recommending this to my fellow football professionals, it’s well worth popping into your inbox on those long bus journeys up and down the country. It’s easy to pick up, not so easy to put down once you’ve got your teeth into it!
Enda Barron // First Team Analyst – Bristol Rovers
Great insight into the game at the highest level
Total Football Analysis gives a great insight into the game at the highest level. You would be a fool to ignore some of the great information that is available now not only to coaches but armchair fans and Total Football Analysis provides this.
Neill Collins // Head Coach – Tampa Bay Rowdies
They provide an excellent insight into the tactical & technical analysis of the game & individual players. This is illustrated to a top-level which reflects on the work that goes on within elite clubs.
Chris Trotter // Chief Scout – Rotherham United
Would serve as a template for any scout compiling a dossier on a prospective recruit
Really enjoying the July edition. Exemplary player report on Amandine Henry that would serve as a template for any scout compiling a dossier on a prospective recruit.
Enjoyed the discussion on the merits of a diamond midfield and how Villas Boas sets up his sides.
John O’Dwyer // Opposition Scout – Cardiff City
But, before you click “LET ME BUY IT NOW” what will be in November's magazine?
📈Fikayo Tomori: Leading Lampard’s Chelsea Revolution
📈Marcelo Gallardo and his River Plate
📈Gerhard Struber's Wolfsberger AC
📈Ruslan Malinovskiy: Scout Report
📈Analysing Peterborough's attacking trio
📈Fiorentina's fluid attack
📈Grady Diangana: Scout Report
📈Granada's surprising rise in La Liga
📈Amine Harit: Schalke's new star
📈Manchester City: Tactical Alterations Behind Early Defensive Struggles
📈Tottenham: Their issues in attack this season
📈Lee Bowyer's Charlton
📈Rangers' Alfredo Morelos: The striker on everyone's radar
📈Ianis Hagi: Scout Report
📈Arsenal: Analysis of their defensive issues
📈Paulo Fonseca: Analysis of his Roma team
📈The striker's role in modern football: Changing the movements
📈Christian Gourcuff's tactics at FC Nantes
📈Thomas Partey: The new king of Diego Simeone's Atlético Madrid midfield
📈Coaching: Reduce your opponent's xG with better transitions to defence
📈Famalicão: Analysis of João Pedro Sousa's Portuguese Surprise
📈Bayern Munich: Kovac's use of the 10
📈Everton: Analysis of their struggles under Marco Silva
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