2020, for better or for worse, was a significant year for history books. Here are 10 things to remember in 2020.
Lunch is at Marcus: Rashford’s Campaign to Help School Children
Soccer players, especially young players today, have millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram and have their own influence. Almost all players participate in community services and philanthropy in some way, but Marcus Rashford appeals to British lawmakers who are about to end a program that offers free lunch to millions of school children. Decided to use his social media as a platform for.
Eventually, lawmakers decided to succumb to his demands and confirmed that the program would continue to run. This not only bought to reveal the potential impact young soccer players have on the world today, but also gave them a sense of responsibility.
Rashford was awarded a high honor as an MBE at the age of 22, but he didn’t just stop there. He is currently at the forefront of the Child Food Poverty Task Force to tackle this issue further.
Legendary Resurrection: Players Returning as Manager
You don’t have to be a soccer manager. Maurizio Sarri, for example, was a banker before he started his business. However, in 2020, there was a small trend that began to settle on the strategies that most major clubs began to use.
After hearing that Zidane had returned to manage a club that is widely regarded as legendary, there were Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Manchester United, Frank Lampard of Chelsea and Mikel Arteta of Arsenal. Premier League.. In 2020, Andrea Pirlo signed as Juventus manager and Ronald Koeman as Barcelona manager.
Most of these have little experience managing the first team, but are widely supported by fans for their achievements as players.
So far, some of the most popular clubs in the world are implementing this strategy, but will it work because most clubs haven’t yet won the club’s trophy as a manager after winning? It’s too early to say please, many as a player.
Tactician Bielsa: Returning Leeds to the Premier League
If there was one team that needed to go back to the glorious era, it was Leeds United. Leeds fans had to go for 16 years without seeing the Premier League action. They haven’t competed for a league title yet, but they definitely seem to belong to Toplight.
Much of this newly discovered success can be attributed to Marcelo Bielsa.
Affectionately dubbed “El Loco”, Argentina is a true master tactician of the game. Since being promoted in 2020, Bielsa’s Leeds has already become a remarkable and interesting aspect.
This year is just their first year, but under Bielsa’s leadership, Leeds United really looks like a club that stays here.
Kids got it: it’s all about youth
Soccer has always been a youth game. Most clubs look forward to slowly integrating young people with the expertise and experience of veteran players. That being said, there is a clear change this year as more clubs have a record low average player age and managers are beginning to trust young people.
Most of the prolific strikers around the world are also beginning to become young players, which has led to the headlines and hearts of fans around the world.
Players such as Dortmund’s Harland & Sancho, Barcelona’s Ansu Fati and Real Madrid’s Vinicius Jr. are currently one of the most popular players in the world.
A true lover of beautiful games: remembering Maradona
Few players are considered the best in any sport, and still few in the world’s most popular sports, but it’s undisputed whether Maradona was one of the best games ever produced.
The man was considered a maestro and can still be remembered by his teammates, rivals, and anyone who has had the opportunity to see his play. Diego Maradona had a connection with the ball that players could only dream of achieving. He was able to get the ball to make his bid.
Maradona died of a heart attack in November 2020. He is always best remembered to inspire Argentina. World Cup Victory in 1986. His personal life after quitting play was controversial, but it would never hurt the respect and awe that football has for him.
Really Historical: The New Liverpool Era
Liverpool was Britain’s most successful team and there were times when it won more than anyone else. Thirty years ago, Manchester United took over the league-winning record and fans hadn’t seen the glory of the cup for decades. However, the arrival of Jurgen Klopp from Dortmund in 2015 paid off their faith.
It wasn’t easy, but with strategic transfers and well-planned training and tactics, they first tasted what was coveted. Champions League After failing the final a year ago, I will win last season. No one was surprised when they won the Premier League this year, but it was finally confirmed that Liverpool’s glorious days were officially revived.
Names such as Klopp, Sarah, Trent Alexander Arnold, and Manet will be spoken of in the coming years as part of the dominant forces that have swept the world, not just the Premier League.
Barcelona’s worries: a year to forget
Barcelona has been quietly deteriorating over the past few seasons, this is not a secret. But this was completely in the public eye when they were hit 8-2 by the unstoppable Bayern Munich team.
What followed was a series of events that dominated the headlines for months. First, Messi was clearly unhappy, and a series of comments sent to the press seemed to support it, and the entire football world stood up to see which club he would choose next. Fans began a rally outside the club’s gates, seeking answers and expressing their timeless loyalty to the hero. Eventually, Messi ended up staying in Barcelona, but no one is confident that Messi will stay longer unless things change.
The situation has changed, Bartomeu, the president of the club, has resigned with other board members. But so far, the changes at the top level haven’t changed much at the pitch.
VAR: It’s still a long way to go
Today, football weekends rarely take place in the Premier League without the controversial VAR decision. It’s a great and necessary idea in theory, but VAR isn’t yet a promised sophisticated refereeing tool.
Jordan Pickford’s work on Van Dyck, Maguire’s work on Azpilicueta, Eric Dier’s handball against Newcastle, and 2020 were full of controversial VAR decisions.
Fans have begun to make edited videos of the VAR accident, which has been the product of passionate criticism. It’s a long way to go, but VAR is what you need for your game. I hope they understand it correctly and can organize it quickly.
Unstoppable Power: Season of Bavarian treble
8-2 against Barcelona. That scoreline alone should mention this list in Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich has become a complete Jaguar note this year.
Hans Flick’s team defeated the tournament after the 2020 tournament. They won 21 games in a row and used amazingly deep teams like Lewandowski, Mueller, Corman, Davis and Neuer to play like teams with something to prove.
They finally ended the season with the historic treble of the Champions League, Bundesliga League and the German Cup. We still don’t know how successful they will be in 2021, but they will definitely rethink before betting on them.
COVID: Year when the earth was stationary
Not surprisingly, 2020 will be remembered forever for just one reason: the coronavirus pandemic.In a year when almost every country was blocked, massive unemployment, deaths and infections occurred every day, the economy collapsed and football was a coveted pastime.
While leagues around the world have historically stagnated for months, we’ve seen how players and football have done their best to stay hopeful in online tournaments, online streaming and social media videos. A few months after what seemed to last forever, football was finally back as the league worked to end the season on schedule. This is a review and introduction of some new rules and changes to make it as secure as possible.
Although it’s not all darkness and fate. 2020 is ending with things getting almost unhealthy, but at least it’s heading in the right direction. Fans can slowly return to the stadium. The team learned the most effective and safe way to play and reduced the fear of COVID. As we watch our favorite clubs compete again, there is a coveted sense of normality and joy that we get every week. What’s special about this beautiful game.
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