Matias Grez discusses the Chilean international who is still trying to live up to his potential.
Posts Tagged ‘Chile’
Dylan O’Neill takes a look at one of the world’s most respected and intriguing managers at the moment.
Darragh Fitzpatrick takes a look at life after Marcelo Bielsa for South American’s most intriguing side.
Juan Arango offers his thoughts on the Copa America so far.
The U21 European Championships wasn’t enough. The U17 World Cup wasn’t enough. The Women’s World Cup wasn’t enough. No, we need our proper football fix and it’s finally here in the shape of the culture and exoticism of the 2011 Copa America.
With so many admirers worldwide, Chile have become a lot of people’s second nation, but Gaurav Dhar believes it’s now time for them to achieve some real success.
Tim Hill takes a final glance over this summer’s World Cup and outlines some of the more intruiging tactical formations that were on show in South Africa.
In day three of the round of sixteen, Brazil collide with Chile in what will surely be one of the games of the tournament, and the Netherlands clash with the side who toppled the reigning champions, Slovakia. Netherlands -v- Slovakia Durban, 16:00 local time Netherlands – comfortable in qualifications but have yet to get into […]
Spain beat Chile 2-1 tonight in the final group stage game of the 2010 World Cup. Both sides progress to the next stage, as Kevin takes a look at the teams, the tactics, the big talking points and the mouth-watering final sixteen ties that have been set.
So in 2010, we expect football has moved towards a favoured line of four in defence, but this World Cup has not moved far from the systems teams played in 2006. In the 2006 World Cup, Japan, Costa Rica, Argentina, South Korea and Mexico played a system that had three at the back. This year, […]