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Norman Da Costa Recalls the 2000 Gold Cup Experience


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Nice article thanks for posting.

"The ancient style of long ball and mindless pursuits by previous coaches was dumped and Osieck injected ball control and a short passing game. And he was not afraid of improvising as he went along."

^Hmm that's not how I remember Holger's style. Ball control and short passing best to my mind appeared at the end of Yallop's tenure. If memory serves Oscieck had the boys bunkering and then using a dump and chase counter attack which usually resulted in an early cross from the wing.

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