was mentioned on a footy podcast with sid lowe recently saying how attractive to watch Rayo are, anyone in particular to look out for?
FFT: How did you motivate your players to win promotion last season when most weren’t being paid?I put into place ideas from amateur football. The one thing I enjoyed about last year is my belief that football is about teamwork, effort and commitment. This is what motivates you, as it’s more than your own personal world or contracts or anything else.Last year, when the players weren’t getting paid, I would go down to the dressing room and listen to their problems. I got to know their personal lives and problems, and I studied a lot when I got home. I got to know their world. When the results improved along with their self-esteem, it was all worth it. We made a conscious decision to isolate ourselves and form a common block between the coach and the players.
Completely off topic but the fact that not a single English team is on that table of interceptions I find very hard to understand. Anyone able to explain it to me ?http://www.zonalmarking.net/2012/01/13/rayo-vallecano-interceptions/
Would sacrifice Fordy in a sacred Mayan ritual to have him as the next Liverpool manager
The manager in charge of Rayo, Sandoval is doing a very good job with them this season. Newly promoted side with little or no money and they currently sit 8th in the table. I think in a side like that you can't afford to carry anyone who doesn't work very hard. Who knows working under a manager like him and Pacheco understanding the amount of work expected could be the making of him eventually.Saying that the point difference between 4th and 17th in the league is 7 points
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Some players need their creativity and flair to be harnessed, rather than to be to forced to play a certain way. Every player has a certain preference in the way they like to play, and Pacheco, having trained at two footballing teams, certainly knows the way he wants to play. He's steeped in a footballing education that might take time to adjust to Rayo's way of playing. Don't agree that all players can be treated in the same way - it will work for some and not for others. Doubt Pacheco will experience any footballing epiphanies there by the sounds of it.
Scans would later reveal a Grade 2 sprain of the medial collateral ligament, which does not require surgery but will keep Pelosi out for two months. Despite the injury, Pelosi remains upbeat and thankful that the injury was not worse.
You know what, I'm writing this here now and I'm going to put it in my signature and leave it there for the next 5 years, no matter how embarrassing it might or might not turn out to be: Jordan Henderson is going to be a fantastic player.
Couldn't disagree more strongly. Pacheco can have all the footballing ability in the world but agree completely with jimmyjr86 that the things he is learning at that club should stand him in much better stead for the rest of his career. Hard work, playing for one another and team play are essential attributes in the modern game. Obviously one shoe size doesn't fit all but you can still use your creativity and flair while learning to operate within a system.
But that implies that he hasn't already learnt to play within a system at his previous two clubs. It will probably help mature him as a player, but whether it will help him 'make it' at the highest level, I doubt it. The best creative players have teams built around them, or at least a team which will accommodate them in order to allow creativity to flow. Modern defending from the front is mostly about pressing, and there's no doubt this would have been reiterated again and again whilst in the Reserves. There may be whisperings of an attitude problem, but it sounds to me as though their coach's philosophy doesn't particularly resonate with him, and that's an entirely subjective point of view of the player. Take Agger and Hodgson, for example.
i've not seen Rayo play much but it looks like the team is set up with high intensity pressing and work ethic rather than hodgsons sit back and let them play tactics. Guess he wants to see more of these qualities from Danithese players do have teams built around them, but by the sounds of the coach you have to earn that role or even a place in the team through commitment for the cause workrate etc.
The stats are taken from whoscored.com, and they apparently get their statistics from Opta. http://www.whoscored.com/StatisticsIt does seems quite odd.Currently, 17 of the top 18 teams for Interceptions are from La Liga. You might expect the style of a particular league might make them dominant in a particular category, but I'm surprised it's to that extent. Premier League seems way down defensively compared to the other leagues - first English team for interceptions is Bolton in 55th place, and first team for tackles is Sunderland (41). Side Note:In the individual stats, the top tackler is Behrami, with 5.1 tackles per game. Lucas has 5.7 pg - but he doesn't feature on the list, because Lucas has 12 league appearances, and for some reason there's an arbitrary cut-off of 13 appearances. The swines.
He hadn't played as if he was on fire, more the slight breeze cutting across New Brighton on a summer's day than El Nino, the force of nature.
Best part of that Pelosi article:I had heard it was a tear before, but a sprain is far, far less severe. Obviously not a great thing to have happen, and being out for two months sucks royally, but an MCL tear would have had much worse long-term implications.
Any reports on how Gulacsi was playing for Hull before getting injured? Is he still showing promise?
Rafa tried to buy everyone. In fact, Rafa spotted Messi as a dollop of sperm but couldn't get the money from H+G.
Having torn my ACL around 4 months back, I can tell you that a ligament sprain is indeed a tear more or less. There are four grades of ligament sprains running from level 1 to level 4, with level 4 being a complete tear of the ligament. But the good thing with the MCL sprain is that it doesn't require surgery unless it is a full tear as the ligament fibers grow back and re-attach themselves. Its still a fairly serious injury but thankfully, Pelosi doesn't have to undergo injury and his recovery time is subsequently much lesser.
There is worse than a level 4, i snapped the and tore the mcl from the bone, this caused a tibea plateau fracture which is basically your shin bone smashing against the femur your thigh bone and causing a massive fracture that sends splinters of bones in every different direction. I ended up losing my leg through compartment syndrome but the mental thing I got nerve damage when I had compartment syndrome which is your leg swells in a cast and because it has no room to move the blood supply gets cut off and the nerves get damaged as well. So even though I have no leg I still have pain in my leg. I have the pain I was experiencing that day every day. This happened during the summer when I played in a footy tournament that I shouldnt have with my mates. I never got to go back to the club but that was 15 years ago now. My boss SH said that the club had planned to offer me a pro contract and that I had a chance but he prob was massaging my ego when I was very down afterwards.
so sorry to hear that. As IndianRed said, hope you are comfortable now. YNWA.IndianRed, yeah, the scientific progress for cruciate treatment has been incredible and no doubt you are on way to a full recovery (my husband did!)Pelosi has to take care that he has fully recovered before he got into the thick of training and games. Often it's first a tear -- sometimes without the person knowing there's a small tear -- and then progressively develop into a full rupture.
Was very shaky in his first few outings and move to backup where he's not had a lot of opportunity. Shame as with Keeper it seems like there not a lot of opportunities after you make a few mistakes,
Jack Dunn is a good example of why I thought about Suso because the coaches seem to be big believers in using different positions to teach players different angles, perspectives etc when they are never likely to actually end up in that position. I know it's different in Suso's case as he could actually end up playing that role but Jack Dunn has ended up playing left back quite a number of times.
We'll be selling Henderson within 3 years and not for a profit, I guarantee it. Bookmark this post, I won't be eating my words.
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Really sorry to hear that mate. I can't imagine the pain you must've undergone during then. My own injury seems fairly insignificant now compared to yours. Although with the advances in sports science nowadays, I'm sure they could've done something to save your leg. I'm lucky enough to be studying at an institution that has a FIFA accredited sports science facility and hence, the care I receive is very good. I hope you're very comfortable now.
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