Real Madrid CF: Formations and Tactics
Real Madrid Femenino will face off against Manchester City in the UWCL qualifiers for a place in the group stages of the competition.
What formation would work best? The 4-2-3-1, 4-3-3, 3-4-1-2, or something else entirely?
Lorena plays the perfect balancing act in a team full of stars.
Marta Cardona and Sofia Jakobsson adapted well to an unfamiliar inside forward role.
Real Madrid simply couldn’t cope with Real Sociedad’s deep overloads.
The 4-4-2 diamond surprised Barcelona & changed the dynamic of the game. So why didn’t it affect the result?
Barcelona are just as dangerous from set-pieces as they are from open play.
Though Teresa is know for her ability in deep areas, she has the capacity to influence the opposition box, too.
Carlo Ancelotti’s attacking tactics were as attractive as they were deadly.
Organic in-game adjustments are just as important as the tactical plan itself.
Las Blancas may be relying too heavily on individual brilliance rather than building as a team.
It’s time for the Norwegian player to prove his worth.
Football is a fluid game and players have to be able to create defensive solutions on the fly.
A new project starts in the middle of Barcelona’s biggest sporting and institutional crisis in a decade. What is working and not working for Koeman?
Can Zidane turn a struggling offense around without a fully fit Hazard?
Ødegaard’s vertical positioning can provide Real Madrid with the ability to unsettle organized defenses in new ways.
Zidane designed a constantly fluctuating man-to-man scheme.
Apparently this needs saying.
Tacon get smashed on their debut but learn some valuable tactical lessons.
What about these players has caught Zidane’s eye?
Madrid’s midfield trio provided a level of control that could only be matched by Iniesta, Busquets, and Xavi.
Zinedine Zidane showed off his tactical and motivational chops in a season-defining moment.
Why didn’t Real Madrid collapse this time around?
Solari’s new offensive style continues to reap rewards.
Zidane turned the tide of the game by making excellent half-time adjustments.
Ironically, the answer lies in the way Real Madrid choose to attack.