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Author: Isaque Argolo | Creation Date: 2022-12-28 02:21:36

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I just received a video about the tactical evolution of football. Well, I don't usually watch/read current things about old football, but used historical content, often written by the author or someone very close who saw the events.
I watched part of the video — just a small part. It even has a lot of views. However, I couldn't watch the rest of the video. The commentator starts very badly with the explanation of Victorian Era tactics, goes on to talk nonsense about Wunderteam — first false 9 and etc —, and reaches the height of ignorance when he comments on Öcsi's Aranycsapat.
The commentator tries to convey an aspect of knowing what he is talking about. He even draws Hungary tactically in a completely wrong way than Sebes drew it in his own book published in 1955.
If you don't know about a certain subject, don't comment on it. Don't pass misinformation.