Asymmetry in football

The Use of Asymmetrical and Atypical systems in Football.  Football systems tend to come in many shapes and sizes. Usually, most systems these days have been implemented or tried out in one form or another. However, occasionally we will see some systems and formations that are uncommon. Today’s analysis will Read more…

Mind the gap

Guest blog by Andy Watson @andywatsonsport Which is the hardest step-up to handle in the English football leagues? When attempting to assess whether a player is going to be able to perform well for your team it is important to understand the current level of competition that the player is Read more…

Multi-Club Networks

Multi-club ownership, whereby a single group has a controlling influence in more than one football club, is increasingly common in world football. But are the existing ownership groups maximising the potential of this structure? Multi-club ownership can be grouped into 3 groups. The City Group model The Red Bull model Read more…