Cómo Newcastle United construyó la mejor defensa de la Premier League hasta ahora | FC ESPN

Don Hutchison se une a Gab Marcotti en The Gab and Juls Show para explicar cómo Eddie Howe y Newcastle United lograron crear la defensa más fuerte de la temporada de la Premier League hasta el momento. ✔ Suscríbete a ESPN+: ✔ Suscríbete a ESPN FC en YouTube:

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27 comentarios en “Cómo Newcastle United construyó la mejor defensa de la Premier League hasta ahora | FC ESPN

  1. Phiaklang Tangjang

    The best part of our transfer strategy is, we haven't overpaid for any player in a desperate move.. Isak's signing was expensive no doubt, but one statement signing was needed, and he hasn't contributed much as of now, but hoping he will justify his price when he's fit and running.. Newcastle as a team and the wonder work being executed by Eddie Howe hasn't been respected as they deserve but everyone is just talking about the amount of money being spent, which is absolutely ridiculous

  2. Edix167

    Botman and Trippier. Trippier has been one of the most underrated English defenders for years. He is a solid world class player.
    Botman is absolutely brilliant. He doesnt get into many highlight reels, because he shuts everything down. Theres no highlights because Botman said no. Every time. A no nonsense, solid old skool center back.

  3. TookHerToTheO

    Because They have the very finest English manager in world football.

    Him and the board seem to have a brilliant relationship and he also works great with Dan Ashworth.

    It’s just a very smooth machine right now. So impressed with Howe’s work but also with individual players also!

    Everyone at Newcastle are stepping up to be counted right now. From the dinner ladies and kitman to the players on the pitch.

  4. Ross

    As a Newcastle fan I love how much Don Hutchison loves Newcastle. Obviously I know he is a Geordie but with him having a previous history with Sunderland you never fully know where their loyalties lie. On ESPN you can see his eyes light up when talking about Newcastle.

  5. Samsonite Dove

    How do wide players, wingers, usually get the ball in a dangerous position? In modern football it's usually by a crossfield pass or over the top down the side. In both cases a tall good heading defender will have a big advantage over a typical smallish built winger type. If he has a good starting position and know when he can win the ball and when he can't. Burn's been around the block a few times and doesn't get flustered easily, and the coaching staff are feeding him all the information he needs to consistently be in the correct starting position. Eg, when this opponent player has the ball be there relative to your man and Botman because then you're likely to cut out a crossfield pass, or be there when they're playing out from the back so you can intercept a ball over the top.

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