Copa America - Soccer Analysis

Copa America Semifinal Abstract: Brazil 2, Argentina 0

by Yu Miyagawa

Jul 3, 2019 3:04 PM

Brazil's efficiency in defending and counter attacking makes you forget they don't even have Neymar, but they do have Gabriel Jesus. Read more »

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Copa America Abstract: Colombia 2, Argentina 0

by Yu Miyagawa

Jun 17, 2019 9:42 PM

Colombia were organized in their high press and direct in their attacking. They also were energized by the occasion while Argentina was going through the motions. Read more »

Tags: Argentina, Colombia, Copa America

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2019 Copa America Preview: Stasis & Change In A Modern Soccer World

by Yu Miyagawa

Jun 15, 2019 4:42 PM

In 2019, the Copa America is defined as much by what it isnít in the modern soccer age, as much as what it strives to represent. Read more »

Tags: Argentina, Brazil, Copa America

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Klinsmann's USA: Undercooked Strategery, Rah-Rah Claptrap, Delusion

by Colin McGowan

Under Jurgen Klinsmann's watch, the United States has moved in no discernible direction, constantly shuttling players in and out of the squad, messing with different shapes and approaches, going young in one tournament and leaning on veterans the next. Read more »
Bielsa, Sampaoli And The Anxiety Of Chilean Influence

by Yu Miyagawa

Bielsa and Sampaoli's revolution occurred on the fly, molding the small, technical, quick attackers the country already produced into results. The Copa America side represents the middle ground where tactics and players meet to overcome the trivialities of never having won in 99 years. Read more »

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