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Termed as perennial underachievers in International Tournaments, Spain were a side which hadn’t seen a major success for a long time in the past and the last title won was the 1964 Euros. Often failing to progress past the first few knockout rounds, La Furia Roja were never serious contenders for the major international tournaments. All this would change after their ‘Golden generation’ took center stage towards the fag end of the last decade. Spain became a force to reckon with playing their possession brand of football with their foundations based on the Barcelona side of that time. Luis Aragones instilled ‘Tiki-Taka’ as the philosophy and the team would flourish with an assortment of technically gifted players in the side. Though this style of play would differ from Pep Guardiola’s ‘Juego de Posicion’ principle,the common misconception that Barcelona played Tiki Taka too, Spain were nonetheless effective in keeping the ball and breaking down opponents. Here we take a look at how Spain managed to be the greatest national side of this century and one of the greatest of all time.

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Termed as perennial underachievers in International Tournaments, Spain were a side which hadn’t seen a major success for a long time in the past and the last title won was the 1964 Euros. Often failing to progress past the first few knockout rounds, La Furia Roja were never serious contenders for the major international tournaments. All this would change after their ‘Golden generation’ took center stage towards the fag end of the last decade. Spain became a force to reckon with playing their possession brand of football with their foundations based on the Barcelona side of that time. Luis Aragones instilled ‘Tiki-Taka’ as the philosophy and the team would flourish with an assortment of technically gifted players in the side. Though this style of play would differ from Pep Guardiola’s ‘Juego de Posicion’ principle,the common misconception that Barcelona played Tiki Taka too, Spain were nonetheless effective in keeping the ball and breaking down opponents. Here we take a look at how Spain managed to be the greatest national side of this century and one of the greatest of all time.

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Giving more importance to the tactics of this beautiful game is the main motive of this website and in doing so, it is important to give full credits to the best manager who has mastered his side and tactics throughout the whole season in a consistent basis. This piece is about Julian Nagelsmann whom we think is the best Bundesliga Manager for the season 2016/17.

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“Football.. Bloody Hell” It is only fitting that the match which gave rise to such emotions is being analysed first in here. That night in the Nou Camp, Barcelona, the whole world witnessed a footballing miracle as the Red Devils rose from the dead to win the Champions League final in the dying minutes. The Bavarians had their hands on the cup and let it go in the very last minute of the game as Manchester United repeated their favourite party trick which had been their theme pretty much the whole season.

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“Football.. Bloody Hell” It is only fitting that the match which gave rise to such emotions is being analysed first in here. That night in the Nou Camp, Barcelona, the whole world witnessed a footballing miracle as the Red Devils rose from the dead to win the Champions League final in the dying minutes. The Bavarians had their hands on the cup and let it go in the very last minute of the game as Manchester United repeated their favourite party trick which had been their theme pretty much the whole season.
“Football.. Bloody Hell” It is only fitting that the match which gave rise to such emotions is being analysed first in here. That night in the Nou Camp, Barcelona, the whole world witnessed a footballing miracle as the Red Devils rose from the dead to win the Champions League final in the dying minutes. The Bavarians had their hands on the cup and let it go in the very last minute of the game as Manchester United repeated their favourite party trick which had been their theme pretty much the whole season.

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“Football.. Bloody Hell” It is only fitting that the match which gave rise to such emotions is being analysed first in here. That night in the Nou Camp, Barcelona, the whole world witnessed a footballing miracle as the Red Devils rose from the dead to win the Champions League final in the dying minutes. The Bavarians had their hands on the cup and let it go in the very last minute of the game as Manchester United repeated their favourite party trick which had been their theme pretty much the whole season.

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