Jump to content


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 10/08/2013 in all areas

  1. 9 points
    Job Title - Junior IT Consultant for Kulmiye party of Somaliland in partnership with Unicef Salary: 83000 dollars.
  2. 7 points
    Staying out the xfactor loop>>>> No idea who the fuck any of these people are
  3. 3 points
  4. 1 point
    I have really had enough of working in a office I cant explain how draining it has become. I really want to embark on a new adventure, at present I am thinking of starting my own business (like every other Tom, d*ck and Harry) But for the mean while can someone advise me on some lucrative careers which career path does not require having a BA in that subject
  5. 1 point
    I was in stitches when you went down the wrong hill. I parked up there and let you take over because I wasn't sure if I was in the right spot. Almost spat my drink out when you went zooming down into nowhere. Looool That was lengman driving. I was gonna jump in the drivers seat but he took over a drove straight down the wrong hill looool
  6. 1 point
  7. 1 point
    My bads yesterday guisssseee... I thought you had pulled up on a beef ting, didn't realise it was you man Jumping on xbox now still...
  8. 1 point
  9. 1 point
    MAURICIO POCHETTINO, Southampton FCPOCHETTINO IN-POSSESSION FORM vs. Sunderland (24th August 2013): 2-4-1-3 vs. 4-4-1-1 formation. This formation was also used as the high-pressing positional systems when immediately out of possession (the defensive transition). DEFENSIVE TRANSITION: THE HIGH PRESSING GAMEHigh pressure while still in the attacking form. The front four players are expected to immediately press upon losing the ball. Nearest man presses, next two support the pressing player, while team mates further back look to cover. Full-backs are the first to drop back and pressure is a mixture between pressure to delay and pressure to win the ball. POCHETTINO OUT-OF-POSSESSION FORM vs. Sunderland (24th August 2013): Deep block Lines detail the relationship of ‘in-possession’ positions ATTACKING TRANSITION: THE FAST TRANSITIONS AND SUPPORTRodriguez/Osvaldo were often the last to drop back into the defensive block. Enabling Southampton to play on the counter attack should the ball be won (when Rodriguez/Osvaldo hadn’t yet dropped back). It wasn’t often that Southampton had to fall back into their defensive shape given their high percentage of possession. CONCLUSIONThe attacking changes in the second half brought Pochettino’s Bielsa-like methods to life through positional play and the fluidity of the attack. Like Bielsa, Pochettino employed three principles: always have at least one man spare when building up from the back, play many vertical balls, rather than just side-to-side possession when building up from the back or through the middle and an identical shape (to Bielsa’s preferred formation) in the final third, comprising of an attacking midfielder and three players ahead of him (un enganche y tres punta). Southampton’s 67% possession is by no means a product of having better players alone, the positional systems that both Bielsa and Pochettino employ allow for overloads in advanced areas – resulting in the opposition playing a deeper defensive block. While the four moments discussed in this article are intriguing, it was the fifth moment of the game (set pieces) that produced both the goals in the match. Like Bielsa, Pochettino isn’t afraid to set his team up for the crossing game because he knows he can get players in the box through his positional system. Against Sunderland, Southampton made 27 crosses and had a high 37% cross completion rate for the high number of crosses (a 25% cross completion rate is generally considered to be good – Ward-Prowse put in 7 accurate crosses from 14 attempts, mostly in the first-half). Southampton also played 56 accurate long passes (from the 77 attempted) in the game which showed that Pochettino’s approach to vertical passes is different from other possession-based teams in the league; Arsenal, for example, only made 37 accurate long passes (from 54 attempts) against Fulham on the same day of Premier League action – in fact, no other team in these first two weeks of the Premier League has played more long balls than Southampton against Sunderland, apart from, Southampton themselves, against West Brom in their opening fixture; in that game, they attempted 83 long passes. These aren’t long balls pumped up field, they’re Bielsa inspired vertical passes, or “fast transitional passes” which statistically have been recognised as long passes. Mauricio Pochettino has certainly been inspired by the genius of Bielsa and the half time changes show that like Bielsa, Southampton’s manager isn’t afraid to experiment and try new things. The total fluid positional inter-exchanges between the front four is certainly unique to the Premier League at the moment and I can’t remember the last time I had so much trouble trying to figure out who was playing where in the final third! Lambert dropped deep, picked up the ball out wide on both flanks and played as a central figurehead in the front four – as did all four other players. There is no doubt about it, Mauricio Pochettino has been influenced by all aspects of Marcelo Bielsa’s philosophy of play – far beyond just the pressing approach. We may never see Marcelo Bielsa in the Premier League, so it’s about time we all started to enjoy the closest thing we will get to him: Mauricio Pochettino. REFERENCESGareth Richards’ quote from a personal interview for my upcoming book. Richards is a former Chester Football Club Development Manager who was invited to spend some time to study Barcelona’s La Masia as well as spending some time at Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Espanyol.
  10. 1 point
  11. 1 point
    Nice, had that bookmarked for a while, this too: http://www.matchofthedays.com/forum/index.php
  12. 1 point
    imagine pulling up outside the dance with the rpg mounted to the top of the whip ultimate stunt
  13. 1 point
  14. 1 point
    this nigga said buy his mixtape for $100
  15. 1 point
    go to the stats tab in the pause menu, then down to 100% checklist. it will show you how many missions you have left
  16. 1 point
  17. 1 point
    Not bad mate. Is that your first music vid?
  18. 1 point
    starter: chicken dippers, iceland's own, would go for a selection I. e. breaded, battered and spicy the full shabang. Plain sunflower oil as the dip. main: becah I have saved so much money on the starter I can now afford to serve whole lobster stuffed with caviar (freshly imported from iran none of that preserved shit) , except you don't tell them what it is, so when they start cracking open them tails loads of random black looking shit (as far as they know) oozes from the crab fresh. dessert: dessert would just be me sitting there and making some homophobic comments, seeing as it's going out on national tv, would want viewers to know I'm not that token gay dude they have in every episode.
  19. 1 point
  20. 1 point
  21. 1 point
  22. 1 point
  23. 1 point
    http://youtu.be/tpN1BTravpQ Nice summer bubbler
  24. 1 point
  25. 1 point
    ive been looking at it already planned what raves i wanna hit. got a lot on atm tho but really wanna make it happen. I went last year and would defo recommend it, the number and quality of nights is ridiculous. Black Coffee tore down jimmy Woo's