ATLUTD: Tactical Analysis
Or maybe credit goes to assistant coach Josef
We really hope so.
Individual errors and plain old bad luck cost the Five Stripes dearly.
Injuries and Copa America have stolen players from both sides. Will the third attempt be the charm for Atlanta?
LOGICAL & REASONABLE: What the goals in Atlanta United vs. Nashville might say about the team in 2021
Look, just tell me if the forces of randomness thing is right and the we’re going to all live on Mars with Heinze or if it’s the Houston Dynamo thing and the team is going to finish 6th
We wrap up an in-depth look at Atlanta United’s defensive setup under Gabriel Heinze by analyzing at the tweaks and adjustments.
We look further into how Atlanta United manager Gabriel Heinze wants his teams to defend.
Continuing our series of analysis of Gabriel Heinze’s tactics, we look at the manager’s approach to defensive setup.
Sometimes little things make a big difference.
Breaking down the film on Heinze’s tactics, where things are going wrong, and why it’s exciting as hell.
Did Bruce Arena provide a blueprint for the rest of the league on how to stop Atlanta’s influential midfielder?
If Atlanta United is to take three points in its home opener, it will need to contain these opponents.
Usually we don’t, but this time we do
What we learned about Atlanta United’s new manager.
Atlanta United’s scrimmage against the Charleston Battery offered hints on Gabriel Heinze’s tactics and Sosa’s key role.
Only about three of the teams in the East got better and most got a little worse, but it’s still going to be a really, really hard conference this year
Some tactical musings as preseason training begins
What do we know about the new Argentine midfield duo?
Experts and the data weigh in on what Sosa brings to Gabriel Heinze’s Atlanta United.
The new manager made some important changes to help Atlanta United to a 2-0 win over Nashville SC.
A failure to press, and a failure to beat a press is a bad combination.