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anikulapo wrote:
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All these small teams are useless...yesterday it was Leicester


Huddlesfield are beating Crystal palace 3-0 now......EPL go sweet.


Why is there no welcome thread for Frank De Boer sef? tfco and the other usual suspect forummers are not doing their jobs.



Interestingly, De Boer is presently one of the worst coaches in Europe. has been a failure in almost every job, if not every job, he has had.


i watched most of the CP game because of Fosu-Mensah, who had a stellar game

FdB wants CP to play possession football, which is all nice and good but Huddersfield wanted the 3 points through grit

Zaha was off-form even though he showed many flashes of brilliance.


I heard someone say that the Dutch coaching model is now so out-dated it might take two generations for them to catch up ... at first I think say na joke but now I dey wonder. They just fired the academy director that my son is in and hired a former EPL guy which I dey adopt wait and see attitude about but I'm seriously wondering about the Dutch sha



Not sure where u heard that...

Its not the coaching or football philosophy, its rather the low inflow of money into the Erivedise...

Quite a number of quality young talents coming thru the Dutch league.

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txj wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
tfco wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
anointed wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
oloye wrote:
All these small teams are useless...yesterday it was Leicester


Huddlesfield are beating Crystal palace 3-0 now......EPL go sweet.


Why is there no welcome thread for Frank De Boer sef? tfco and the other usual suspect forummers are not doing their jobs.



Interestingly, De Boer is presently one of the worst coaches in Europe. has been a failure in almost every job, if not every job, he has had.


i watched most of the CP game because of Fosu-Mensah, who had a stellar game

FdB wants CP to play possession football, which is all nice and good but Huddersfield wanted the 3 points through grit

Zaha was off-form even though he showed many flashes of brilliance.


I heard someone say that the Dutch coaching model is now so out-dated it might take two generations for them to catch up ... at first I think say na joke but now I dey wonder. They just fired the academy director that my son is in and hired a former EPL guy which I dey adopt wait and see attitude about but I'm seriously wondering about the Dutch sha



Not sure where u heard that...

Its not the coaching or football philosophy, its rather the low inflow of money into the Erivedise...

Quite a number of quality young talents coming thru the Dutch league.



lol is it reading or comprehension? How many Dutch coaches are being sought after as they once used to be? Who are here great young talents that are coming through ? You just like making noise sha but whatever

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:49 pm 
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anikulapo wrote:
txj wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
tfco wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
anointed wrote:
wale1974 wrote:
Huddlesfield are beating Crystal palace 3-0 now......EPL go sweet.


Why is there no welcome thread for Frank De Boer sef? tfco and the other usual suspect forummers are not doing their jobs.



Interestingly, De Boer is presently one of the worst coaches in Europe. has been a failure in almost every job, if not every job, he has had.


i watched most of the CP game because of Fosu-Mensah, who had a stellar game

FdB wants CP to play possession football, which is all nice and good but Huddersfield wanted the 3 points through grit

Zaha was off-form even though he showed many flashes of brilliance.


I heard someone say that the Dutch coaching model is now so out-dated it might take two generations for them to catch up ... at first I think say na joke but now I dey wonder. They just fired the academy director that my son is in and hired a former EPL guy which I dey adopt wait and see attitude about but I'm seriously wondering about the Dutch sha



Not sure where u heard that...

Its not the coaching or football philosophy, its rather the low inflow of money into the Erivedise...

Quite a number of quality young talents coming thru the Dutch league.



lol is it reading or comprehension? How many Dutch coaches are being sought after as they once used to be? Who are here great young talents that are coming through ? You just like making noise sha but whatever


That's not a measure of whether the Dutch coaching model is out of date as u claimed. There are many factors that go into hiring of coaches, including especially, personal relationships...

You would know about the young talent if u actually watched more football to better educate yourself...

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TXJ just admit you are a hot air clown with no knowledge ... Oya name the talent make I laugh you nah :rotf:

Bonafide clown :rotf:

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TXJ just admit you are a hot air clown with no knowledge ... Oya name the talent make I laugh you nah :rotf:

Bonafide clown :rotf:


So we have now gone from Dutch coaching model to naming of players...

Tell me in concrete terms why u claim the Dutch coaching model is out of date?

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txj wrote:
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TXJ just admit you are a hot air clown with no knowledge ... Oya name the talent make I laugh you nah :rotf:

Bonafide clown :rotf:


So we have now gone from Dutch coaching model to naming of players...

Tell me in concrete terms why u claim the Dutch coaching model is out of date?



Oh yeah we will address that but please name these great young Dutch talents coming out :rotf: I actually worked with and known a Dutch academy director for almost a decade, who played in their league and brings Eridivise clubs Over to do clinics and train his academy team here in america. Without speaking too much even the Dutch acknowledge their short comings and say there is a reason why their coaches are no longer in high demand like they once were :idea:

But the all knowing TX joker would no differently from the natives :mrgreen:

Oya tell us about these hot World talents

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Still on google air bag??? :rotf: :rotf: ahhh Nigerians and dem big mouth

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anikulapo wrote:
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TXJ just admit you are a hot air clown with no knowledge ... Oya name the talent make I laugh you nah :rotf:

Bonafide clown :rotf:


So we have now gone from Dutch coaching model to naming of players...

Tell me in concrete terms why u claim the Dutch coaching model is out of date?



Oh yeah we will address that but please name these great young Dutch talents coming out :rotf: I actually worked with and known a Dutch academy director for almost a decade, who played in their league and brings Eridivise clubs Over to do clinics and train his academy team here in america. Without speaking too much even the Dutch acknowledge their short comings and say there is a reason why their coaches are no longer in high demand like they once were :idea:

But the all knowing TX joker would no differently from the natives :mrgreen:

Oya tell us about these hot World talents



Again the demand for coaches is not a measure of the strength or lack thereof of a coaching model. For instance, German coaches have never been in wide demand the world over. Is their model outdated? How many Brazilian coaches are in Europe? Until the last few years, there were little or no Spanish coaches outside Spain...

In what specific way is the model outdated?

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Eels learnt how to be slippery from txj

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Eels learnt how to be slippery from txj



You are trying too hard to weasel out of a statement you cannot support!

Anyone can google the best young talent in the eridevise...

But you need to provide justification for your claim that the Dutch coaching model is outdated and needs two generations to get back to par...

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txj wrote:
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Eels learnt how to be slippery from txj



You are trying too hard to weasel out of a statement you cannot support!

Anyone can google the best young talent in the eridevise...

But you need to provide justification for your claim that the Dutch coaching model is outdated and needs two generations to get back to par...



:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I see you are now punch drunk :rotf: :rotf:

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anikulapo wrote:
txj wrote:
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Eels learnt how to be slippery from txj



You are trying too hard to weasel out of a statement you cannot support!

Anyone can google the best young talent in the eridevise...

But you need to provide justification for your claim that the Dutch coaching model is outdated and needs two generations to get back to par...



:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I see you are now punch drunk :rotf: :rotf:



Bro, just answer the question...what makes the model outdated?

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txj wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
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TXJ just admit you are a hot air clown with no knowledge ... Oya name the talent make I laugh you nah :rotf:

Bonafide clown :rotf:


So we have now gone from Dutch coaching model to naming of players...

Tell me in concrete terms why u claim the Dutch coaching model is out of date?



Oh yeah we will address that but please name these great young Dutch talents coming out :rotf: I actually worked with and known a Dutch academy director for almost a decade, who played in their league and brings Eridivise clubs Over to do clinics and train his academy team here in america. Without speaking too much even the Dutch acknowledge their short comings and say there is a reason why their coaches are no longer in high demand like they once were :idea:

But the all knowing TX joker would no differently from the natives :mrgreen:

Oya tell us about these hot World talents



Again the demand for coaches is not a measure of the strength or lack thereof of a coaching model. For instance, German coaches have never been in wide demand the world over. Is their model outdated? How many Brazilian coaches are in Europe? Until the last few years, there were little or no Spanish coaches outside Spain...

In what specific way is the model outdated?



:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

You are a true joke of a human being :rotf: :rotf:

Dutch coaching revolutionized football in the 80s and 90s and their coaches were in high demand all over the soccer world outside of South America . It was also a thing of great pride to the small nation in terms of their style of play from academy to adult hood . It was also reflected in the sheer amount of young talents that were being produced and developed.


I know you are stuck in clownsville but anyway tell me these great young talents coming out of Holland :mrgreen:

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txj wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
txj wrote:
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Eels learnt how to be slippery from txj



You are trying too hard to weasel out of a statement you cannot support!

Anyone can google the best young talent in the eridevise...

But you need to provide justification for your claim that the Dutch coaching model is outdated and needs two generations to get back to par...



:rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I see you are now punch drunk :rotf: :rotf:



Bro, just answer the question...what makes the model outdated?



Just tell us the great young talent .... I'm done answering you ... just answer one

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Just watched the game. Burnley didn't play great. That was a bad loss for Chelsea.

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The knives are out for Emenalo..... :roll:


Upon visiting 3 major CFC fan forums, not sure where you got the above from. Blame has been sent way of the Board & Conte. Hardly seen anyone single out Emenalo

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Holland for years had been the cleverest team in international football. In the words of Johan Cruijff, the father of the Hollandse school: “Football is a game that you play with your head.” Some Dutch internationals have been mediocre (Gio van Bronckhorst, aged 35, very nearly lifted the World Cup aloft as captain in 2010) but they all knew where to position themselves. All had absorbed the Dutch notion of football as collective choreography, a dance aimed at opening space when you have the ball and closing it when you don’t. Brains carried us through.

But when a football culture is successful, it tends to get complacent and stop thinking. That’s what happened to Holland. Albert Capellas, former coordinator of Barcelona’s youth academy who was an assistant for years at the Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem, told me that Dutch and Spanish thinking about attack were quite similar. However, he said, Spanish defensive strategy was much more advanced. Look at how Spanish teams moved to shut down space when the opponents had the ball, without needing to post a reinforced defence of the kind Holland did in 2010 and 2014.

The Dutch stopped learning some years ago. The Hollandse school, with its obsession with possession, has degenerated into endless harmless passing. Willem Vissers, respected football writer for De Volkskrant newspaper, lamented after September’s humiliations: “That eternal game of square passes and back passes, the game that has turned Dutch football into an almost archaic pastime, a sort of occupational therapy.”

Germany and Spain in particular have produced advanced versions of the Hollandse school (thanks in large part to learning from Holland). Other countries have also improved positionally. Most have made huge data-driven advances in physical preparation – a field in which Dutch football has lagged behind. Van Gaal cares deeply about the physical, but many other Dutch coaches in recent years have sent out teams that look like Teletubbies playing against superheroes. (The average age of the current Ajax team is about 21, but most of the players are so spindly that they look younger.)



Sometimes it's great to let blow-hards and empty vessels like TXJESTER make a lot of noise and then expose them with the obvious. Notice the empty bag of air has yet to regal us with the bags of young world class Dutch talent but has run away with tail tucked in.

Again this captures what I have been trying to explain to the coconut head about the demise of Dutch football and coaching ....


https://www.socratesdergi.com/rise-and- ... -football/

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The knives are out for Emenalo..... :roll:


Upon visiting 3 major CFC fan forums, not sure where you got the above from. Blame has been sent way of the Board & Conte. Hardly seen anyone single out Emenalo


Chelsea had enough talent on display to beat Burnley. Can't really blame any one. The team was still not match sharp for the season. I guess the fans want another 150 million pounds spending spree.

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Smh, first game of the season..una dey lose sleep..bottom line, Conte did wonders in the 2nd half with 9 men..it will be a very lovely season for the champs

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