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Sevilla’s new style of play under the guidance of Jorge Sampaoli

Sevilla's new style of play under the guidance of Jorge Sampaoli

The Seville Soccer Club sum and follow after the march of Julen Lopetegui. The dismissal of the Basque coach brought back an old acquaintance to the Nervión bench: jorge sampaoli. The Argentine coach already went through the Sevilla militia during the 2016/2017 season, where he left the team as fourth classified, in positions of the UEFA Champions League. A coach characterized by a unique style of play that we will discuss here.

Three games lead the good guy Sampaoli, and three consecutive games without defeat for Sevilla FC. Two draws, against Athletic at home and Borussia Dortmund away, and one win, against Mallorca in the Balearic Islands. Although yes, in his first game he left the Seville team in the relegation places after several seasons without stepping on it. Those from Nervión need a major facelift and, with the way he plays, Sampaoli is giving results at the moment.

Jorge Sampaoli’s style of play at Sevilla

Starting with the goal, in his first game the change was clear: Dmitrovic for Bono. For football reasons, two games later, the Moroccan has returned to the starting lineup and with his saves he has given Sevilla points, especially against Mallorca. In defense, the difference compared to Lopetegui’s elevens is brutal: defense of five, going to six when the result is favourable. With three central defenders, the system is reinforced by the lack of forcefulness that the Sevilla defenders have. In the center of the field, Óliver Torres has become owner and lord of it. The Argentine has given him his total confidence and has given him the stripes to command the offensive actions. Above is still the problem. No striker has scored a goal, the lack of punch is evident and it is the Sampaoli’s headachewho with a 1-5-4-1 starts a new era at Sevilla.

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