Tactics Explained | 1954-1966: A History Of The World Cup
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Tactics Explained | 1954-1966: A History Of The World Cup

The most innovative team of the era’s beginning was Hungary’s Magical Magyars, who, along with Holland’s team of 1974, was one of the two great sides to have fallen at the final hurdle in their pursuit of football’s biggest prize. Their withdrawn forward, Nandor Hidegkuti, played effectively as an attacking midfielder in the hole, spraying […]

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Sweden 1958 | A History Of The World Cup
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Sweden 1958 | A History Of The World Cup

The 1958 World Cup was the sixth staging of the tournament. Held in Sweden, it marked the first time a team had won it away from their own continent as Brazil finally overcame the pain of 1950 and lifted the Jules Rimet trophy for the first time. It marked the start of their utter dominance […]

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France-Canada Féminines : 1-0, but et occasions I FFF 2018
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France-Canada Féminines : 1-0, but et occasions I FFF 2018

Monday 9 April, Roazhon Park, Rennes France-Canada, friendly match Handball by Diana Matheson France-Canada: 0-0, 9’ Goal via the penalty spot by Eugénie Le Sommer France-Canada: 1-0, 10’ Run and cross by Delphine Cascarino France-Canada: 1-0, 10’ Half-volley by Valerie Gauvin France-Canada: 1-0, 22’ Header by Eugénie Le Sommer France-Canada: 1-0, 25’ Shot by Amel […]

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