ATLUTD: Tactical Analysis
It’s time to face the music… and the tape.
It wasn’t pretty. Let’s see why.
A closer look at some crucial moments in a very tight and intense game
Roll the Tape: Breaking down key defensive moments in Atlanta United’s 1-0 win vs New York Red Bulls
There may not have been many goals to talk about, but there’s plenty to analyze defensively
I guess this is somewhat expected when you’re missing two very important DP attackers
It was bad. It was painful. Let’s talk about why.
If they keep scoring at this rate, I might need to write two attacking analyses per week
Almost a second clean sheet in a row... so, so close...
Key players will be repping their national teams, but the away match in Columbus presents possibilities
Caleb Wiley goes off, Luiz Araújo shakes off the curse and Thiago Almada continues to prove he’s a top player in the league
The first clean sheet of the season, a look at the Five Stripes’ organized defensive structure and me freaking out about Total Football
Pressing is the name of the game
Let’s take a closer look at a couple of key plays from this dramatic match
Though not Pineda’s first choice, is this the way forward?
Atlanta United’s staff has some tactical decisions to make with the dearth of options on the back line.
Who replaces Andrew Gutman?
As Atlanta’s most talented player regains fitness and looks poised to start for the first time since opening weekend, how will he be used?
Gonzalo Pineda and his team will have to find new solutions with a key player out for the year once again.
Atlanta United changed shape and personnel against Montreal and it didn’t go well. What can be learned?
A trip to Yankee Stadium throws a wrinkle Atlanta United’s tactical plan.
Selling your soul to taste the forbidden fruit
How Gonzalo Pineda tweaked the attack and what that means for Atlanta United’s matchup with New York Red Bulls
A win on Wednesday can wash away some of Saturday’s disappointment
With a defined front-three and a healthy Sosa, how does Atlanta look different?
Or maybe credit goes to assistant coach Josef