Tactics Explained: A History Of The World Cup Pt 3
Vital England continues with our 'tactics explained: A history of the World Cup' series.
To read and watch the video content from our second article tap/click here.
In the words of DJ Pete Tong, 'we continue.'
The following clips, courtesy of uMAXit Football.
Bryan Robson & Eder 1986 WC Goals A History Of The World Cup
Bryan Robson and Eder in 1982. Two goals, two styles, both beautiful in their way. 1982 was a fine World Cup.
World Cup Tactics '82-'90 & Denmark '92
Joe Devine is joined by Alex Stewart to discuss the evolution of tactics between 1982 and 1990, and Stephen Tudor to talk about Denmark's victorious European Championships in 1992.
Tactics Explained | 1994-1998: A History Of The World Cup
Featuring Arrigo Sacchi, Ronaldo, Zinedine Zidane and Roberto Baggio, the 1990s was a wonderful era for World Cups. Between 1994-1998 football found that blending defence and attack, rather than privileging one or the other, was the way to win.
USA 1994 | A History Of The World Cup
The 1994 World Cup was the first held outside of Europe and South America. The contemporary growth of soccer in the USA can be traced back to the summer in which they held the tournament on their shores.
Manu Petit 1998 WC Goal | A History Of The World Cup
Sometimes, although a goal may be sweet in simplicity, if it crowns a moment of glory, it deserves recognition. This sentiment is true of Manu Petit's goal in the 1998 World Cup final against Brazil, capping of the 3-0 win, and securing victory on home soil for the French.
World Cup Tactics '94-'98
Joe Devine is joined by Alex Stewart to talk about the evolution of international football tactics at the 1994 & 1998 World Cups. The pair also discuss whether Alex is, as suggested by a listener, a 'hipster' for thinking that Johan Cruyff is the 'greatest ever'.
The fourth and final Tactics Explained: A History of the World Cup will be available very soon.
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