Football: Raising Our Game: How British Clubs Negotiated the Learning Curve of the Champions' League and How Next Season's Contenders Might Fare
Hayes, Alex, The Independent (London, England)
Taking stock: How the 2000-01 campaign unfoldedDisappointing campaign - by their high, post-1999 standards. Caught between two tactical stools. After last year's attacking policy failed, too defensive-minded this time.
Pitfalls and pratfalls: Banana skins to be avoided next timeUnited conceded 13 goals in the 14 matches they played, a much higher proportion than the 26 they have let in during the 37 matches of the Premiership campaign so far.
Good signs, bad signs: Prospects for 2001-02Mature enough these days to progress from the group stages, but Ferguson's men need to rediscover that extra gear when they reach the serious stuff of …
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Publication information: Article title: Football: Raising Our Game: How British Clubs Negotiated the Learning Curve of the Champions' League and How Next Season's Contenders Might Fare. Contributors: Hayes, Alex - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: May 13, 2001. Page number: 5. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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