Written by Lee Chun Hang A New Alpha in The Making If Wolves’ first team is described as a wolf pack, then Raul Jimenez would certainly be one of the alphas of the group, spearheading attacks and constantly harassing opposition defenders with his strength and pace as a complete forward. The Mexican contributed with 43 … Continue reading Player Analysis: Pedro Neto – The Young Pup Turned Alpha
Written by Lee Chun Hang City’s Loss, Dortmund’s Gain Not many players would turn down the opportunity to play under the best managers in the world. So often we hear in interviews where new signings credit the managers’ reputation for their decision to join the club, expressing their desire to learn from the very best … Continue reading Player Analysis: Jadon Sancho – Should United sign Sancho?
Written by Matthew Mak In this midweek, UEFA Champions League quarter-finals are played. One of the interesting games is the clash between Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund. The last meeting of these two clubs were nine years ago, managers and players had changed, only Marco Reus and Mats Hummels had played for the guests at … Continue reading Well-prepared Terzic – Dortmund’s positional structure that beat City’s press