catenaccio


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catenaccio

(kateˈnattʃo)
n
(Soccer) soccer an extremely defensive style of play
[C20: from Latin catena chain]
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For Celtic and the diaspora, it was not just a tournament final victory and tactical win over Milan's infamous Catenaccio style of defensive play but a coming of age for a whole a community that took refuge in football.
Catenaccio disciple Paolo Maldini was in attendance and will have found the defending sacrilegious.
I never like the Italians: mainly because their Catenaccio defence system made for boring football.
Klopp hates the type of pragmatic, airless football the likes of Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte have used to win trophies, that Italian catenaccio approach which strangles football.
He won't say it himself, but he hates the type of pragmatic, airless football the likes of Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte have used to win trophies -- that Italian catenaccio approach which strangles football.
That was enough to bring forth from sections of the media all the stereotypes about streetwise Italian sides and the great catenaccio tradition.
Concretamente, y basandose en mecanismos procedentes tanto de la teoria de la evaluacion como de la tradicion pragmadialectica, Catenaccio contrasta las diferentes posturas en torno al fracking en cuatro periodicos britanicos destacados.
So he can be excused for describing Chelsea's tactics in their Premier League win over Tottenham as catenaccio. They were not.
Conte's iteration of the Catenaccio system resurfaced in its former glory Sunday and quite frankly flummoxed the home side as wave after wave of Tottenham attacks were met with a blue monolith.
Au bout d'une premiere mi-temps ou la prudence tactique a prevalu, les deux formations ont expose des connaissances solides en catenaccio. Al Ahly a montre une solidite defensive des grands jours, ce qui pousse le doute a s'installer dans les tribunes.