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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #890 on: November 16, 2017, 05:25:55 PM »

Maybe Mr Inzaghi will become coach for Italy in a few years? I wouldnt be suprised!
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #891 on: November 16, 2017, 06:05:26 PM »

Maybe Mr Inzaghi will become coach for Italy in a few years? I wouldnt be suprised!

They might ask but that would be stupid for a young coach. 
A national team requires much less work, it wouldn't keep him busy.
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #892 on: November 17, 2017, 07:20:24 AM »

how come no mr Inzaghi name on the Italian Calcio award?

in fact, the only name from lazio is our ex, biglia, not even ciro  :whistle:
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #893 on: November 17, 2017, 11:34:49 AM »

Had we won the Champions League, ASR and Chinese clubs would still get more coverage in the media. It's just the way it is.
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #894 on: December 04, 2017, 09:00:53 PM »

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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #895 on: December 04, 2017, 09:04:53 PM »

His dedication is endless it seems.  Hopefully our coach for a very long time.    :bravo:

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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #896 on: December 06, 2017, 10:39:47 AM »

 When I saw that picture I understand that we are the TEAM....great job,great atmosphere....
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #897 on: December 06, 2017, 10:43:36 AM »

When I saw that picture I understand that we are the TEAM....great job,great atmosphere....
Me too!! :bravo:

I love our Spirit. All I ever wanted :scarfup:
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #898 on: January 22, 2018, 07:38:06 PM »

Article 'footballbh.net':

Nowadays articles are being written about the achievements of our team and coach.


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Tactical Breakdown:

Simone Inzaghi received great plaudits for his tactical prowess he showed last season and this season it has been a level above. His in-game tactical changes are amazing to watch as he makes his team to adapt the changes well and also the way they tactically own their opponents is also amazing on the other hand.

Structures and set ups:

In the 2016/17 season, Inzaghi used three basic structures in games. Lazio were seen often employed in the 4-3-3, 4-2-3-1 and the 3-5-2. Anyone of these used to be the starting formations last season as Inzaghi started to use one player off the striker in 3-5-1-1 during the final stages of the season. He proved that he is an astute learner and changed the approach perfectly as his side won the Rome derby excellently.

The Italian so far in this season has basically dwindled with the variants of the 3-5-2. The 3-5-1-1 has been the predominant structure of the Lazio team under Inzaghi where often an attacking midfielder plays off the striker. Inzaghi uses three centre backs in this system as a  lone pivot is used in the centre. Last season it was Biglia who played in this role adept and this year Lucas Leiva has looked a brilliant replacement.

While the wing backs act as the wide midfielders in this system, Lazio are very dangerous in the wings going forward. Often Luis Alberto is seen to play behind the striker Immobile however in transitions Milinkovic-Savic, who has been phenomenal this season, plays further up than anyone else due to his excellence in transitions and ball carrying capabilities.

Inzaghi has also favoured playing two attacking players behind the lead striker. This is seen when the team needs more numbers in midfield. Often SMS and Alberto play behind Immobile. They occupy the half spaces allowing the wide full backs to overlap. One of the main aims of Inzaghi is to stay tight in midfield and create overloads in the centre. This is the main reason why he plays a no.10 before a 3-5 block as in the centre the 3-1 structure will dominate opponents playing three men in midfield.

5-3-2 mid block:

Having employed the 3-5-1-1 as his customary formation, Simone Inaghi uses the midfield block as his main weapon defensively. Both the wing backs would fall back in this set up as the central space would be filled by the three midfielders. Biglia played as the lone pivot last season and he was pinned to be the defensive midfielder in the mid block. This season Lucas Leiva has adeptly performed in the same role as the other two midfielders would stay close in the central midfield.

This 5-3 set up helps them defend as a unit. Also the mid-block means that Lazio can see off major threat far away from their own goal. And even if they win the ball back through their pressing then they can aim to counter or break sooner as they can double up their numbers compared to the opposition.

In the 5-3-2, both the forwards will be narrow and close to each other as they press the central progressions of opponents. This forces the opponents to play wide and now the ball near wide central midfielder would press the ball carrier who is slightly wider. Now if the ball is played to the free man in the wings, then he would be marked by the wing back. Also the striker would cover for the central midfielder who moved out of position to carry out the press.

This forces their opposition to push back again and start their attacks out from the back. Also diagonal axis in the centre between the central pivot and the striker will provide additional support defensively as they marked the space in which the opposite numbers aimed to run into.

Widely stationed wing backs:

In Simone Inzaghi’s regime as a coach in Lazio, the wide players have often been stationed very wide by the manager. Going forward, this idea is similar to that of the strategy used by Pep Guardiola. The wingbacks here are widely stationed while he makes more use of the two number 8s in either side of the lone pivot. The main aim of doing this is to make the area bigger when Lazio pushed forward to attack.

Lazio often looked to overload their left wing going forward. In the below image, we can see the left center half has been joined by the central defender in the left flank. Also the ball near number 8 would move in along with the central pivot. The left wing back would eventually be occupying the space in the left and one of the two strikers would fall back into the wings to create a 6v4 or 6v5 overload.

The ability of the ball playing central midfielder is the key here as he finds the ball far winger in space adeptly. This is how Lazio utilised their left sided dynamics in goal scoring opportunities.

The pressing

By making use of the pressing, Inzaghi makes his team retrieve the ball in dangerous positions and hit them in counters.

Conclusion

With pressing, the mid-block, overloads being the key tactical features in Inzaghi’s Lazio set up, the counter attack also plays a hugely significant role in the side. With the high pressing involved, Lazio have also scored crucial goals by winning the ball back in dangerous areas. Having finished in Europa League places last season, this year Simone Inzaghi has been expected to do well and he has reciprocated well with stunning displays from his side against the likes of Juventus and AC Milan.

Just above the age of 40, Inzaghi has shown much maturity for a manager who has just completed one full season. His in game tactical switches has been impressive and has shown others why he is a great prospect. After being in the shadows of his brother, Simone Inzaghi has entered the spotlight and has proved that he is here to stay. This Italian tactician is one manager to look out for in the future.
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Re: Simone Inzaghi
« Reply #899 on: February 16, 2018, 07:31:14 AM »

Is this a time questioning Inzaghi ?
It has been past 2,5 years and with comparison to Pioli for example that we qualified UCL thought Inzaghi has super cup
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