#BestOfTFN: The best of our 1st year in tactics articles

Tactics Pubs

As we continue to celebrate our first year anniversary, attentions turn to the best of our tactics pieces from the last twelve months.

Check our other Best Of TFN lists here.

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Did he shake his tactics at me? A word of caution on a threat to football’s magic

TFN guest writer George Roberts offered up a full and frank discussion starter on the dangers of football tactics writing in July 2013. Pull up a seat, grab yourself a pint and join the debate.

Utility and Versatility – What’s the difference?

Following a previous piece on the role of the utility manDavid Wild looked at how we establish the difference between utility and versatility back in April.

The Football Tactics Paradigm

Making his TFN debut in April, Elko Born defended the maligned punditry of Match Of The Day while tackling the myth of the football manager.

Create and destroy partnerships

Simon Smith contemplated the sudden reemergence of create-and-destroy midfield partnerships in this piece first published in March.

The False Nine – a critical assessment

Michael David looked at one of modern football’s most talked about positions back in October 2012; a role that is as beguiling as it is controversial, and from which we take our name from.

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