Football can be divided into two groups of players: anarchic and analytical. Pep Guardiola divides them like that, and if he does, it’s a subject that we have to expose.
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The anarchists are the rebellious players inside the field. Those who break systems and amaze everyone with individual moves. The passes are not their first choice, but the dribbling and the explosiveness of their movements are.
The analytics are those players who empower the anarchists. Those who do not think about themselves, but in a collective. They control everything, they see even further. In general, they speak little and with a pass they say it all. They are silent heroes.
Pep Guardiola reflects that in a team there must be a balance between both groups. His Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City, respectively, confirm it.
One of the keys to dye Manchester of blue has been the balance, precisely.
However, the concepts have revolutionized.
In the Manchester City Premier champion (and leader in the current season) there are no exclusive players of a group. The analytics became anarchic, while the latest are so good that they can think for others.
Three clear examples: David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva.
Does anyone doubt their roles? No. Let’s continue.
The union of players who represent both groups revolutionized the world of football.
And, of course, it is dominating England.
The admirable of the staff is that it remains competitive even with offensive references such as Raheem Sterling, in addition.
Soccer will always have room for innovations. At the end of the day, it is played by human beings and they are subject to constant changes.
Sacchi, Menotti, Bilardo, Cruyff, Bielsa and an infinity of names have had a great impact on the sport. Right now Pep Guardiola is having it.
There is no room to waste.