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 league goals in his first two season, helping Wolves to … 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 of the game. This certainly makes Jadon Sancho an outlier, … Continue reading Player Analysis: Jadon Sancho – Should United sign Sancho?
Written by Lee Chun Hang Leeds’s Attacking Rewards When Bielsa led Leeds United to promotion after 16 years of trying, they did so with such conviction in the attack, registering the most shots in the Championship (754) and scoring 77 times. That also coincided with their immense work rate in all areas of the pitch, as Bielsa prioritizes man-marking opponents for the whole game. Failure … Continue reading Player Analysis: Raphinha – Leeds’s Brazilian Jewel
Written by Liam Lam Alexander Isak has caught our eyes by scoring 10 goals in his first season in Allsvenskan, playing for AIK when he was still 16 years old. With such an exceptional performance for his debut season, it was inevitable that big teams like Borussia Dortmund came knocking on his door. He spent five years in Germany including a short loan-spell at Willem … Continue reading Alexander Isak 2020/21- Player Analysis