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Zonal Marking: The Making of Modern European Football (English Edition) Praise For Zonal MarkingA Wonderful Overview Of Tactical Development In European Football Matthew Syed, The TimesA Fascinating Assessment Of Football In ObserverCox, A Tactics Obsessive, Largely Ignores The Soap Opera Of Football To Explain What Actually Happens On The Field In This Book, Speckled With Well Told Anecdotes, He Traces The Tactical Development Of The Game Over The Last Years Simon Kuper, Financial TimesRevelatory Stories, Lucid Tactics And Wry Anecdotes Combine The Secret Weapon Of Coxs Readability Is The Use Of Telling Quotes From Those Who Actually Play The Game When Saturday ComesAn Entertaining And Brilliantly Researched Look At Football Tactics FourFourTwoPraise For The MixerThanks To His Meticulous Research And His Focus On Strategy, Mr Cox Finds A Fresh Perspective On A Story That Football Fans Will Think They Already Knew The EconomistThe Mixer, By Michael Cox Is A Very Unusual Football Writer In That He Specialises In The Game As Its Actually Played, Rather Than The Gossip Or Folklore Around It The Mixer Is A Tactical History Of The English Premier League, With Telling Anecdotes On Every Page Its Deeply Informed And A Pleasure To Read Financial TimesIntelligently Written Impressively Researched Fascinatingly Addictive Michael Cox Is Like A Cartographer, Remapping The Landscape Of The Premier League So We See The Contours Of It Afresh Thats Some Feat Duncan Hamilton, Two Time Winner Of The William Hill Sports Book Of The YearA Wonderful Overview Of Tactical Development In European Football Matthew Syed, The TimesA Fascinating Assessment Of Football In ObserverAn Insightful, Comprehensive And Always Entertaining Appreciation Of How European Football Has Developed Over The Last Three Decades By The Author Of The Much Heralded The Mixer Continental Football Has Always Cast A Spell Over The Imagination From The Attacking Flair Of Real Madrid Of The S To The Defensive Brilliance Of The Italians In The S And Onto The Total Football Of The Dutch In The S, The European Leagues Have Been Where The Game Has Most Evolved And Taken Its Biggest Steps Forward And Over The Last Three Decades, Since The Rebranding Of The Champions League In , That Pattern Has Continued Unabated, With Each Major European Footballing Nation Playing Its Part In How The Games Tactics Have DevelopedFrom The Intelligent Use Of Space Displayed By The Phenomenal Ajax Team Of The Early S, To The Dominance Of The Highly Strategic Italian League In The Late S And Onto The Technical Wizardry Of Barcelonas Tiki Taka, The European Game Continues To Reinvent The Tactical Dimension Of The Game, Creating Blueprints Which Both Club And National Teams Around The World Strive To FollowIn Zonal Marking, Michael Cox Brilliantly Investigates And Analyses The Major Leagues Around Europe Over Specific Time Periods And Demonstrates The Impact Each Has Made On How The Game Is Now Played Highly Entertaining And Packed Full Of Wonderful Anecdotes, This Is The First Book Of Its Kind To Take An Overview Of Modern European Football, And Lays Bare Just How Much The International Language Of Football Can Be Shaped By A Nations Unique Identity

About the Author: Michael Cox

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6 thoughts on “Zonal Marking: The Making of Modern European Football (English Edition)

  1. Sergio Vilariño Sergio Vilariño says:

    Fant stico libro sobre la evoluci n del juego moderno Simon Cox escribe y describe de una manera clara, concisa y amena todos los cambios de paradigma del f tbol europeo desde el a o 1992.

  2. sien sien says:

    Zonal Marking The Making of Modern European Football 2019 by Michael Cox is a very enjoyable tour of the last 30 years of European Football Cox s excellent Zonal Marking site and his football analysis is greatly enjoyed by many people who are fascinated by football Cox has followed up his previous excellent book The Mixer wit

  3. moonj moonj says:

    The Mixer is a much better book because it is subject matter the author is comfortable with This book was largely researched for him by other people as he acknowledges at the end, and it shows in his very superficial coverage of many topics There is nothing particularly illuminating about the content It serves as a decent intro to ta

  4. Roy Roy says:

    Reads very well and gets to the level of depth you would expect from a great writer like Michael Cox If you want an overview of the ways in which the game has changed since the 90s you can t do much than combining this and his other book, the Mixer.Michael has a very particular view of what the game can and should be and this can be either the

  5. C. Coleman C. Coleman says:

    This book is somewhat similar to Inverting the Pyramid, but I m enjoying it even because all of the subjects he writes on happened during my football watching career I remember most of the players and events he so vividly describes.

  6. Matthew S. Gaughan Matthew S. Gaughan says:

    Superb overview of the last twenty five years of European football On an emotional level, it evokes memories of games I ve watched, who I was with and where I was watching them On an intellectual level, it provides a deep analysis of the evolution of European football Overall, a powerful evocation of the ability of football to connect rather than divide the dis

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