he said himself John Reynoso a few days before the public conference; this new version peruvian team Not there to try your luck, but to compete. After the 2-0 loss against Germany, the speech changed and reached a more educational stage under the message of “total learning”. Reynoso took the risk and exposed his leaders with a system in which the majority was attacked by novelty and whose results were exacerbated by daring experiments like Renato Tapia playing in the last man. Losing to Germany can’t be smart. The problem is how we lost, experiencing so many opportunities and being subject to such short resources for a coach who seems to be yet to know his team.
Reynoso wanted to play like Reynoso, with his figure, and ended up looking like a version that wasn’t as good as the one Gareca used. He gave the first half, or we must use trial and error, from which we can see. It is clear that against Morocco they will have a greater caution.
We will see if he sticks with 3-5-2 and ends up going back to 4-3-3 which the team knows almost automatically. Whatever he chooses, Tapia will return to midfield. Maybe Carlos Zambrano will try, who after the defeat warned that the team needed a little more courage. Before Morocco, it seems that their mission is to prove their distinction between anger and violence. There is an option.
Another great suit still finds the generator of better foot in the absence of Christiana Cueva. André Carrillo could bet. Of course, as a finisher it is unlikely that he will insist again with Raúl Ruidíaz, a player tired for a long time due to the position, either because of the way the game is staged or because of the rival and how the development ends in the game. . Ruidíaz celebrates this March 27th five years since his last goal with the red and white.
Not even the goal with the hand of Brazil was eliminated and Peru was declared in the Copa América 2016 could win the heart of the fan.
What have I left? Improve to start with Alex Valera or Gianluca Lapadula, the only one who knows the proven position after the absence of Paul Guerrero will try what Reynoso is looking for: to compete.
In addition to what happened against Morocco, Juan Reynoso’s taste in football is complicated by the feeling and support of the relationship between the coach and the fan that is beginning to form, that is, he is beginning to know and define his tenor. ups and downs Indeed, unlike his predecessor, Ricardo Gareca, the Peruvian coach has charisma and empathy, which seems to be vital when the results are adverse.
We must beware of the way we lost in Germany. In what way did he slip into Morocco again? And there the former coach of Cruz Azul will be judged.
The work of John Reynoso is supported – now – in the expectation that it generates a new beginning after seven years at Gareca. The challenge, for him, will be to know how to earn the trust of the fans, in the medium term, based on the results and to recover what we achieved in the last two qualifiers: to compete. Complicated by the recent successful example (which weighs) and because the universe of players seems to have reduced rather than expanded. We will see. Today it has the credibility of innovation.
Let us begin by asking ourselves whether it is valid to claim that Germany has come to the worse for the absence of its principal images. Let’s say yes. But our rival’s shortcomings far exceeded our limits. So why are we playing against a much superior rival? To try. Reynoso must urgently put his stamp on this selection, along with the game created by Gareca for seven years, and whose premise is to recover from the use of -alum- parts.
Learning to play like Reynoso wants (from the line of three, for example), can be the main task of these two friendships. The new parts and automation of the thermometer are part of the previous Qualifiers. The actors haven’t changed much, they’re just older; but focusing on new species should be the next step. Today we have to struggle with a new adaptation of what we already have and in that way we find luck and happiness. There is no other.
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