Jonathan Wilson on Jordan Henderson's all-action midfield display and the Liverpool captain's role as the holding midfield player for Jurgen Klopp. The commonly held view was that Jordan Henderson had answered his critics. He scored a brilliant goal - not just a long-range strike but one that was guided up and around Thibaut Courtois into the very top corner.
Football writer and author Jonathan Wilson joins This Is Anfield to analyse the Reds' opening day performance and Jurgen Klopp's tactics against Arsenal. Where to begin? There are certain games that seem to defy rational analysis and, even allowing for the fact that Jurgen Klopp 's approach probably lends itself to the frenetic, Liverpool's opening match of the season was one from which you'd be reluctant to draw firm conclusions, tactical or otherwise.
Nine years ago on Monday, Chris Coleman was appointed manager of Real Sociedad. It was not a happy experience. Although he picked up 31 points from 21 games before being dismissed the following January, his time in San Sebastian has come to be remembered for one incident that happened towards the end of the November.
Viewfinders Ornate gravestones cast long shadows as 14 photo enthusiasts set out on foot from the gatehouse at Laurel Hill Cemetery on a Friday evening in early June. Toting tripods, cameras and flashlights, the photographers were there for a guided tour and lessons in painting with light.
This article originally appeared on VICE Sports UK. Antonio Conte is so meticulous - or paranoid - that he only lets a close core of his coaching staff watch his tactical sessions with his players. He knows that the one great strength of what is generally recognised as the weakest Italy squad in decades is his acumen.
Antonio Conte is so meticulous - or paranoid - that he only lets a close core of his coaching staff watch his tactical sessions with his players. He knows that the one great strength of what is generally recognised as the weakest Italy squad in decades is his acumen.
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