Real Madrid CF: Formations and Tactics
Barca’s strengths under Xavi outlined here. Also included: At least one major weakness.
Real Madrid’s pressing saw signs of improvements against Real Sociedad. We analyze it with cautious optimism.
The Frenchman came through vs La Real while being deployed in his best position
Yash Thakur takes a deep dive on Real Madrid’s best ball-carrier from midfield. This is the case for more Fede.
8 Observations, including the good and bad of Kubo, the problem with the new Bernabeu, and media frenzies
Kiyan Sobhani magnifies the pros and cons of one of Real’s most promising loanees, the upcoming clashes vs PSG and Barca, and more.
Kiyan, Om, And Matt discuss certain aspects of Ancelotti’s build up structure
A brief graphical analysis on Real Madrid’s 0-1 win away at the Vallecas.
A discussion from the Managing Madrid Podcast crew — Kiyan, Matt, Om — on some of the stuff Carlo said after the Rayo game
Here’s a 25 minute discussion from Kiyan and Lucas on how Real Madrid can advance
A clip from our podcast live in London, where Kiyan Sobhani, Kristofer McCormack, and Ben Hayward break down the draw at Ceramica
Kiyan Sobhani and Lucas Navarrete are back to answer all of your Real Madrid questions
Kiyan Sobhani’s column this week also highlights how Real Madrid won their 6th UCL title, Kubo’s latest weapon, Benzema vs Raul, and more.
Here’s a video clip from after the Granada game, where Euan McTear and Kiyan Sobhani discuss some of the tactical wrinkles and player performances
A segment from Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse on Ancelotti’s lack of trust in the bench
Kiyan and Matt’s thoughts on Endrick, and some of the future signings
Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse also reflect on Real Madrid’s quiet transfer window and what’s to come
How and where do Real Madrid press the most? We take a deeper look
Maite displayed the full breadth of her skills in a #10 role vs. Sevilla.
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.