Two-Footed Footballers: Do Clubs And Scouts Value Ambipedality Enough At Youth Level?
By Raj Chopra. Football managers, football writers, pundits and commentators all eulogise over two-footed players. Those with the ability to use bo [...]
Jesse Marsch: Where Next For The American Coach Given Wings By Red Bull?
By Luke James. It isn’t unusual for elite-level coaches to set their sights upon managing their national team, especially after leading a youthful [...]
Scott Ruscoe On The New Saints In Europe And Learning Alongside Chris Wilder And Graham Potter
James Rowe spoke to The New Saints manager Scott Ruscoe for WFi. They discussed his playing days with the club, his time at Chester City, the coaches [...]
Play Up Or Play Out: The Myths And Legends Of Playing Out From The Back
Playing out from the back, or POFTB as it isn’t known, has become the go-to phrase for coaches, pundits, or fans for a style of football which isn’t r [...]
The Art Of Defending: How Football’s Unsung Heroes Battle Against The Odds
When Fabio Cannavaro won the Ballon d’Or in 2006, he became the only defender to do so since Matthias Sammer ten years earlier. Since Sammer’s win [...]
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