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“England at last have a coherent model of play”

Posted by hakanrylander on December 2, 2009

Just one article for you to read today. Jonathan Wilson in the Guardian takes a long-term look at England’s lack of a natural left-winger and finds it might even be an advantage. He also explains how to get the best out of both Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney. In many ways the article is an Executive Summary of Wilson’s excellent book “Inverting the Pyramid.” Not to be missed.

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One Response to ““England at last have a coherent model of play””

  1. The Gaffer said

    Very good article by Mr. Wilson and I was thinking about buying his book. After reading this, I’d think that would be a good investment.

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