TFA Today: Analysis of the coach being lined up to replace Don Carlo in Madrid (plus more)
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We take a look at two excellent under-the-radar coaches this morning.
Caio Miguel Pontes starts us off with a deep dive into the positional play tactics of Renato Paiva, head coach of Bahia – part of the City Group
Beth Limb then explains the tactics and philosophy of Real Madrid legend Raul – surely being lined up to replace Don Carlo when he retires
In a shock victory at the weekend, Bologna beat Internazionale 1-0 at home in Serie A – read our analysis of Thiago Motta’s tactics which have turned Bologna into one of the most in-form sides in Italy
Celtic beat Rangers to lift the Scottish League Cup in the Old Firm Derby – read our analysis of Ange Postecoglou’s exciting tactics here
Terem Moffi bagged a brace as Nice cruised to a 3-0 away victory against AS Monaco – read our scout report of the wonderful striker
Edson Alvarez scored the winner for Ajax in a 2-1 victory in the Eredivisie yesterday – read our analysis of the Mexican’s role with the Dutch giants
Tottenham beat Chelsea 2-0 yesterday and Aditya Chauhan looks at how their home form could be what sees them clinch a top-four finish
We plan to start covering the J-League in more detail this season, and Aditya looks at the importance of Yan Matheus to Kevin Muscat‘s Yokohama F Marinos side
Toulouse continue to impress in Ligue 1 and Raghav Sharma explains the metrics beneath their performance so far
Atletico got a 1-1 draw against Real in the Madrid derby – Saul Niguez started the game and we look at whether he is starting to find form again under Simeone
And Roger Ibanez is key to Jose Mourinho’s defensive structure at Roma – Souhardya Biswas scouts the Brazilian defender
That should keep you going until tomorrow – enjoy!
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