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Sir Alex Ferguson and Mourinho are two of the world's top coaches, yet their tactics and systems are very different.

This book describes the 4-4-2 system Ferguson uses with Manchester United and the 4-3-3 formation Mourinho has successfully employed at Chelsea and Inter Milan. Each of their preferred formations is covered in great detail including an insight into each system and how and why the key players are used to create the greatest advantage for the team. When new players are introduced the dynamics of the system change and this book shows you how these top managers adjust their teams to gain the result they need. This book will take you inside the minds of these two tactical wizards and teach you how to adjust your defense and offense based on the other team.


Aunque sus tácticas y sistemas son muy diferentes, Sir Alex Ferguson y José Mourinho son dos de los mejores entrenadores del mundo.

Este libro describe el sistema 4-4-2 que Ferguson aplica en el Manchester United y la formación 4-3-3 que Mourinho ha practi

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