TFA Today: Celtic’s secret weapon, how Jonas Eidevall won the tactical battle against Emma Hayes and much more…
In Wednesday’s Total Football Analysis Today Newsletter you will find out another way Celtic dominate in Scotland, how Arsenal outwitted Chelsea to win the first women’s silverware of the season, some pieces from the archives and previews of the big upcoming matches – subscribe below, it’s very good stuff!
Our set-piece expert Marcel Seifeddine looks closely at how Celtic have utilised corners this season to give themselves yet another marginal gain in the title race
Jonas Eidevall won the tactical battle versus Emma Hayes at the weekend to end Arsenal’s four-year trophy drought – our Head of Women’s Football Analysis David Astill explains the tactics behind the Conti Cup triumph
Roger Schmidt’s Benfica progressed to the quarter-finals of the UCL after mauling Club Brugge over two legs – read our tactical analysis of the German’s tactics in Lisbon
Michael Duff’s Barnsley moved up the table with a 3-1 victory in Sky Bet League One yesterday versus Portsmouth – read our analysis of Duff’s tactical philosophy here
Ipswich Town put pressure on both Sheffield Wednesday and Plymouth Argyle with a comfortable 2-0 win over Accrington Stanley – we recently looked at Kieran McKenna’s exciting tactics in Portman Road
AZ Alkmaar shocked Lazio and picked up a huge 2-1 win in Rome in the first leg of their UECL tie last night – go through our tactical analysis of Pascal Jansen’s tactics with the Dutch club
Tottenham need to overturn a 1-0 deficit tonight against AC Milan – Aditya Chauhan previews how it all might play out
He then looks ahead to Arsenal’s trip to Sporting and gets deep into the data to preview the Europa League clash
Raghav Sharma is also on Europa League duty, explaining how he thinks Man United vs Real Betis might go down
Middlesboro are pushing hard for promotion in the EFL Championship – Wolves loanee Ryan Giles is an important part of Michael Carrick’s side and we take a look at him here
There aren’t too many players from Luxembourg playing at the very top level but we are profiling one of them – Leandro Barreiro, the 23-year-old impressing at Mainz this season
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