Sport Rose and the unresolved problem of collective defender
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Coach Lane Kiffin’s father, a longtime NFL defensive coordinator, was enlisted to hype up the team prior to the annual spring game Saturday. Judging by this video Lane Kiffin shared on Twitter, it worked. Pops always knows how to get the team pumped up @OleMissFB @SECNetwork blue team scores first @CoachWilsonLove might be going in dunk tank! pic.twitter.com/kQ5MyBdAAz — Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) April 24, 2021 Monte Kiffin currently serves as a player-personnel analyst on his son’s staff. He’s followed Lane to his coaching stops since 2017, having served as a defensive assistant at Florida Atlantic as well.
two games yet, then the chapter Marco Rose is finished at Borussia Mönchengladbach. One of the points where successor Adi Hütter must definitely start from summer: the defensive work. The 0: 6 debacle in Munich once again proved the proof.
47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 - The number of Gladbach goals quickly quickly opened up at 0: 6 in Munich. The Borussia has long since come with this brand in the field of teams that play against the descent and not to move into the Europapokal. Also, the work against the ball will certainly be high on the agenda when Adi Hütter starts his job in Mönchengladbach from summer. Under Marco Rose, the team has not managed in recent months to get the desired stability into the defensive.
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Why it rang in Munich a different time, can easily be understood. Who seems so confused, helpless and resistant to the foals on Saturday, you do not need to be surprised over half a dozen goals - and even more could be more, the Munich would have a little consistent in the end.
, which was later referred to as passivity of Borussia professionals, was no longer "accompanying" the Munich in her vests. And whatever certainly did not stand on the Roses match plan, the inexplicably large spaces were offered to Bayern in their own half, the non-functioning coordination to the secondary people or the dangerous carefree forward orientation of some actors.
In the preseason, Gladbach still had the third best defensive
apart from the underground idea of the new master: Yann Summer in the gate. A four-chain with Matthias Ginter, Nico Elvedi, Stefan Lainer and Ramy Bensbaini. A midfield center consisting of Florian Neuhaus, Denis Zakaria or either Christoph Kramer. All prominent names and alone at these positions so much quality that a certain stability should be guaranteed in the rear area.
But the Community defend does not work much too often (more), starting with the offensive players and the pressing behavior of the whole team. Whether with four or triple chain, no matter. Rose would be asked that in Munich, especially the points "intensity" and "conviction" addressed and missed. But the trainer and his professionals did not get the problem with the too many goals throughout the season. In the past season, the Borussia closed the 34 game days with 40 counterparts. It was the third best (!) Value in the league. With identical staff.
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From the inaugural All-Star Game to The Shot by T-Spoon to Say Her Name. Plus, more to look forward to in the next quarter century. © Provided by Sports Illustrated In 1984, the year after her Women’s American Basketball Association championship victory with the Dallas Diamonds, Nancy Lieberman was a reigning champion in a league that folded almost as quickly as it started. In the midst of deliberating her next plan of action to continue playing basketball, Lieberman received word that David Stern, then NBA commissioner, wanted her to come to New York to speak with him.