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Mexico’s problems defending corners

June 6, 2010


I wrote an article earlier about the flaws of the Mexican defensive set up. One thing I didn’t cover in that article was their problems in defending corners, something that has become obvious as I watch more of their games. I will focus my analysis on the Italy and England games because that is where […]

Flaws in the Mexican system

June 2, 2010


Mexico plays a fluid 3-4-3 system that is brilliantly described here by Zonal Marking. This formation is exciting to watch in action when Mexico have the ball as there is constant movement of the almost every player but I believe that this system has some serious flaws. MEXICO ARE VULNERABLE TO ATTACKS DOWN THE FLANKS. […]