Julian Stephan’s men will spend only a short day in Alsace this week – this Monday – before taking up residence in the south of Portugal for a week of training, where they will continue their rise in power while improving their tactical tactics.
Following training on the Meinau side on Monday afternoon (3pm), the Blues will take off – Tuesday morning – to southern Portugal where they will bag in Lagos for one week (December 6th to 13th). After a week of recovering in the Alsatian low temperatures, and focusing on the athletic dimension of the sake Bringing organizations back to workJulian Stefan’s supporters would continue their rise in power in Lusitania. There will be three phases in this setup. The first is these first eight days in Strasbourg where we’ll be doing a lot of volumesStrasbourg coach explained on November 28, when training resumed. Then there will be this training in Portugal with two preparatory matches. Finally, there will be a third period after camp.
4-4-2 used in the two Portugal matches?
During this week spent in the Iberian Peninsula, the Lower Rhine group – in which only the absence of Dzeko and Kawashima should be noted – will obviously revise its tactical plans. A chance to continue working on the flat 4-4-2 that the Breton technician had against Lorient (1-1) on the last day before the break? There will be continuity in terms of sports work. Above all, there will be two preparation matches. It will be a good bit of work to get back to real game conditions and the opposition to 11v11, with game times to be shared.“, It is to explain.
The first test will take place on Friday, three days after landing in Faro, against Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem at 3:30pm. This week Racingman will finish off two new days of training (Saturday 10, Sunday 11), before facing new Batavian club, Feyenoord Rotterdam – the current leader of the Dutch championship – on the last day of training (Tuesday 13 at 4:30pm).