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Analyzing The Aggressiveness In Cristian Romero’s Play| video
By Harry Hotspur -

Here are a handful of clips to give you a flavour of Cristian Romero’s defensive style. The Argentinian’s primary role appears to be to play in a preventative manner, seeking to extinguish problems before they get a chance to exist.

This is an extremely proactive approach that lends itself to a pressing strategy. For me, this is almost the absolute opposite of what Eric Dier has been offering, which is why Dier is all too frequently found backing into his own six-yard box, trying to deal with an attack that has already been sprung.

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England Mike
England Mike
2 months ago

He didn’t win the ball except maybe one intercepted pass, I agree about defenders who allow players to run 50and 60 yards and let them shoot, it’s something modern coaches believe is the way. For me it should be a holding midfielder making those challenges in the video, so it will be interesting to see if he plays a similar style should he come here.

Stewart Smith
Stewart Smith
3 months ago

Hope he does sign, he has good defending down to a fine art, doesn’t give forwards the time to settle on the ball or to turn.
As Paulo Maldini said, “if I have to make a tackle then I have already made a mistake.”

Lord Croker
Lord Croker
3 months ago

…found backing into his own six-yard box, trying to deal with an attack that has already been sprung.

And a goal already been scored and celebrated.

Bilko
Bilko
3 months ago

Romero, Skippy and PEH…an attacking teams worst nightmare!!! Bring it on!!! Just need them to hurry up and complete it!!

Harry
Harry
3 months ago
Reply to  Bilko

I don’t think “hurry up and complete it!!” is in ENIC/Levy vocabulary!

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