Bielsa’s players are encouraged to move constantly, looking for passing avenues and for opportunities to destabilize player marking. FM Scout is the only community you can talk Football Manager in real time. With this creation of space and movement inside, even more space is likely to open up in the wide areas, as the opposition are forced to become narrower and more compact in tracking the movements of the wingers. But the fact that these are the only two major peripheral players other than Alioski, suggests that Bielsa has a lot of trust in his core group of players. His detail-orientedness has brought Leeds to the top of the Championship and should be on course to take them to the Premier League next season. Applying this style in 3-variants: 3-3-1-3; 4-3-3; 4-2-3-1; Apologies for a long post. He prefers a three at the back-formation as this allows the team to have one more centre back than the opposition has forwards and will opt to change the system dependent on the opposition's formation. In case of any counter-attacks, the full-backs must trackback quickly and defend as well. When in possession of the ball Bielsa likes his players to spread the field as wide as possible. When only one advances and the other drops into the back-three, Leeds will overload the other  side in a rather unbalanced looking 3-1-3-3. SYSTEM OF PLAY: 4-1-4-1 The EFL Championship incorporates a gruelling 46-game schedule. Liam Flin FOLLOW. Bielsa's tactics during his Bilbao d. Bielsa likes his full-backs to play high up the pitch. To Bielsa, the Enganche is important as he dictates the play: Where the ball moves towards and who gets the ball. Without a high pressing system in place there simply would not be enough transition time to get bodies back in numbers. Even though Bielsa was not around to achieve these accomplishments he was the one that built the house and the philosophy. points and have guaranteed a top 6 place as of writing this article. Although Leeds prefer to keep possession of the ball and play fast-paced possession football, they are also particularly fast-paced on the break. You would often see full backs played in the right and left centre back positions as he thinks they are better at carrying the ball. This direct approach may also be why Fulham have better pass accuracy and complete more short passes, despite Leeds having more possession. From, Carlo Ancelotti – Everton – Tactical Analysis – The Mastermind, Dean Smith – Aston Villa – Tactical Analysis – The Mastermind, Jose Mourinho – Tottenham Hotspur – Tactical Analysis (2020-21 Edition) – The Mastermind, Playing Forwards vs. Backwards – Session Plan & Coaching Points, Progressive Possession – Full Session Plan & Key Coaching Points, Switching Play – Full Session Plan & Coaching Points, Quick Transitions – Full Session Plan & Key Coaching Points, Jose Mourinho – Tottenham Hotspur – Tactical Analysis (2020-21 Edition), Dean Smith – Aston Villa – Tactical Analysis, Why Fun is an Underrated Aspect of Leadership, Playing Out From The Back - Full Session Plan and Key Coaching Points, Marcelo Bielsa - Leeds United - Tactical Analysis. History may not judge Marcelo Bielsa as a great coach in terms of trophies won but his profound effect on tactical trends and coaching philosophies is what makes him a mastermind. Rather crazily, Leeds have forced their opposition into eight own goals this season. RDF will try to achieve the high pressing, flexibility & attack minded movements. Leeds United have waited 16 years to be back in the Premier League, and under Marcelo Bielsa that dream has now finally turned into reality for the 2020/2021 season. This picture covers all of Bielsa’s defending ideologies. The team plays with a flair and discipline that sets them apart from their Championship counterparts. The pressing system and attacking system is also based on the opponent’s system. Ayling’s fullback partner has predominantly been Stuart Dallas, with Ezgjan Alioski filling in when needed. Marcelo Bielsa, nicknamed El Loco, is a renowned Argentinian Manager who had famous stints for Newell’s Old Boys, Athletico Bilbao in La Liga and Lille. Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds FM20 Tactics by RDF RDF tries to replicate the playing style Marcelo Bielsa uses at Leeds United. I discussed Atalanta’s positional rotation a few months ago, and this tactical analysis would be far from complete if I didn’t devote an entire section to Leeds’ positional rotation too. Pablo Hernandez in particular is a key creator. El Loco, as Bielsa is famously nicknamed, introduced tactics meant to help Leeds outscore opponents. If they don’t, Harrison and Costa will be able to exploit the space they moved inside to create in the first place. Bosses on Bielsa. The Marseille players adapted that well that Bielsa was able to switch between his favoured 3-3-1-3 (although at Marseille it was 3-3-3-1) and 4-2-3-1 formations. This stops attacking from the wide areas as the centre-backs cover for those areas until the full-backs arrive. Between the two keepers, they’ve had a hand in Leeds conceding just 35 goals in 45 matches this season, compared to 50 in the league when their season wilted away in 2018-19. He then moved around the lower leagues in Argentina whilst studying physical education and agronomy before retiring in 1980 at the age of 25 due to a serious Injury. Marcelo Bielsa's presentation of his extremely thorough tactical analysis last week was a rare glimpse at what football clubs do to prepare for fixtures. When Costa or Harrison drift inside, they look to exploit the gaps in between the opposition centre-backs, centre-backs and fullbacks, and in between the centre-backs and defensive midfielder. KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Marcelo Bielsa will have the odd trick up his sleeve for Leeds' clash with Liverpool – and Kalvin Phillips could be the visitors' most important player The role of the inverted wing back is an example of how why Pep Guardiola is very much from Marcelo Bielsa school of thought. There we have it. A defender who in today’s game would be considered a ball playing centre half, he was good on the ball but he lacked pace and left Newell’s when he was age 21. You want to be able to define a team's style of play based on their specific approach in different phases of play, and tools based on time-stamped data will return specific events, plays and sequences in a matter of seconds. Enroute the Europa League final, Bilbao faced a Manchester United team managed by Alex Ferguson. The latest rumours and stories from around the world of football. It’s a testament to the quality of Bielsa that Leeds can actually bring in a player of Casilla’s quality, having played in La Liga for a decade between Espanyol and Real Madrid.

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