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on Aug 14, 2011 in Match Analysis
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Approaching the game
Both sides made little concession for each other tactically, both set up to play attacking football and stick to their principles. This made for an open game with plenty of chances, but for all the excellent ability on the ball and build up play, it was the mistakes made by either team that tended to present the better opportunities.
The key point of interest about the way that each team set up was their most advanced midfielder.
For Blackpool, Elliot Grandin was aggressive in his positioning, receiving the ball higher up the pitch than he...