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Tag Archives: Jonathan Wilson

Football Tactics: Thom Yorke's Role in Radiohead's 4-5-1

Posted on by Jesse Chula

In our ever evolving online community, where any Joe, Tim or Reba can start a blog, post, pontificate or reminisce, the lost art of responsibility can evade even the most keenly trained eye. As budding young bloggers dressed all in … Continue reading

Jonathan Wilson Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

The Guardian’s Jonathan Wilson is one of the most influential soccer writers in the English-language world, whose ability to explain the tactical side of the game has changed the way the game is covered. On today’s podcast, the author of … Continue reading

Jonathan Wilson Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

The Guardian’s Jonathan Wilson is one of the most influential soccer writers in the English-language world, whose ability to explain the tactical side of the game has changed the way the game is covered. On today’s podcast, the author of … Continue reading

Jonathan Wilson Interview: EPL Talk Podcast

Posted on by Richard Farley

The Guardian’s Jonathan Wilson is best known for his knowledge of Eastern European football as well as his tactical and formation analysis. On this episode of the EPL Talk podcast, the author of Sunderland: A Club Transformed (uk, us), Behind … Continue reading

Michael Owen: Past his Prime or Past His Time?

Posted on by tyduffy

Toward the end of his book Inverting the Pyramid, Jonathan Wilson writes about the changing nature of modern football.  A player he brings up to emphasize this is Michael Owen.  To Wilson, Owen is a relic of a previous era. … Continue reading

Premiership’s Big Four Dominate Europe Because They’re the Big Four: News?

Posted on by Richard Whittall

Jonathan Wilson, the inimitable scholar of tactical mechanics with his recent Inverting the Pyramid: A History of Football Tactics (a book I included in a piece on tactical reductionism for this website) has made a very convincing argument why English … Continue reading

Last Minute Christmas Gifts For Your Football Fanatic

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Looking for those last minute gifts for that Calcio loving family member?   Why not send a subscription to Soccer Italia magazine or visit the local bookstore and purchase such titles as, Mad For It by Andy Mitten Mad For It covers … Continue reading

Top 10 Soccer Gifts To Add To Your Holiday Wish List

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Depending where you live in this crazy world, it might be almost impossible to find soccer-related gifts in your local stores whether it’s for you or your loved ones. But the Internet is a great aggregator, bringing you a treasure … Continue reading

Best New Football Books To Add To Your Holiday Wish List

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Other than a few soccer blogs and a handful of literate newspapers, there isn’t a plenitude of intelligent football writing available. But there is one last bastion that we can continue to depend on and that’s football books. A good … Continue reading