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Academy 19:22 - Jan 24 with 1744 viewsblueislander

I was surprised at Lambert’s comment that the academy teams don’t play in the way he would like. I always thought that they played a very progressive passing game. Can someone who watches them regularly enlighten me please?
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Academy on 19:27 - Jan 24 with 1705 viewsHerbivore

The academy teams play winning football.

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Academy on 19:32 - Jan 24 with 1677 viewsblueislander

Academy on 19:27 - Jan 24 by Herbivore

The academy teams play winning football.


Cheers, but that doesn’t really answer my question.
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Academy on 19:47 - Jan 24 with 1648 viewsitfcjoe

Academy sides tend to play 4141 at the higher age groups, but still a fair amount of 442 in the lower age groups - more of a slower passing style with a bit more tiki taka on display in the younger groups from limited amount I've seen

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Academy on 19:49 - Jan 24 with 1634 viewsblueislander

Academy on 19:47 - Jan 24 by itfcjoe

Academy sides tend to play 4141 at the higher age groups, but still a fair amount of 442 in the lower age groups - more of a slower passing style with a bit more tiki taka on display in the younger groups from limited amount I've seen


That fantastic goal with 20+ passes was scored by which age group team.?
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Academy on 19:57 - Jan 24 with 1611 viewsPecker

I haven't seen a lot of the youth teams, but as Joe said, tend to play 4-4-2 possession football. We need all age groups to play the same system so when they do make the step up, they know how and where to play.
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Academy on 20:04 - Jan 24 with 1591 viewsblueislander

Academy on 19:57 - Jan 24 by Pecker

I haven't seen a lot of the youth teams, but as Joe said, tend to play 4-4-2 possession football. We need all age groups to play the same system so when they do make the step up, they know how and where to play.


It was very noticeable the game I saw at Reading when Klug was in charge they certainly not playing McCarthy style football.
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Academy on 20:12 - Jan 24 with 1561 viewsitfcjoe

Academy on 19:49 - Jan 24 by blueislander

That fantastic goal with 20+ passes was scored by which age group team.?


It was the U13s I think, potentially now U16s?

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Academy on 20:49 - Jan 24 with 1464 viewsghostofescobar

And also, what is Lamberts way of playing? Has he specified the philosophy yet?

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Academy on 20:56 - Jan 24 with 1436 viewsElderGrizzly

Academy on 20:49 - Jan 24 by ghostofescobar

And also, what is Lamberts way of playing? Has he specified the philosophy yet?


Giving opposition a 2 goal start I believe is at the heart of it
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Academy on 21:39 - Jan 24 with 1317 viewsMeadowlark

Academy on 20:56 - Jan 24 by ElderGrizzly

Giving opposition a 2 goal start I believe is at the heart of it


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Academy on 22:11 - Jan 24 with 1218 viewsLeagueOne

Academy on 19:49 - Jan 24 by blueislander

That fantastic goal with 20+ passes was scored by which age group team.?


Wasn't that 5 or 6 years ago now, people keep mentioning it but how many of those lads are still at the club?

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Academy on 22:29 - Jan 24 with 1151 viewstcblue

Academy on 19:57 - Jan 24 by Pecker

I haven't seen a lot of the youth teams, but as Joe said, tend to play 4-4-2 possession football. We need all age groups to play the same system so when they do make the step up, they know how and where to play.


Surely the under-13s aren't likely to come through to first team with the same manager as incumbent?

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