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By focusing on athleticism and training, no criticism is leveld at the style of polay of the Argentine player. 'Simply work harder' is the common lesson learned from 1958.
He credits Adolfo Mogilevsky as the person who revolutionized Argentine soccer (in other words he modernized it)
The visit of Inter Milan must have left an impression on Atlanta's coaching staff according to El Grafico
Mogilevsky (seemingly the head coach of Atlanta) applies catenaccio tactics to defeat River Plate
Overview of why Mogilevsky and San Lorenzo head coach (Amandola) were fired and barred from the team following Amandola's violent attack on a fan during training The fan, a club member, taunted the coach Mogilevsky was fired because the two men…
Mogilevsky clears up why he resigned, what went on with Colombo and AFA officials, and the contradictory statements made about player selections
Mogilevsky resigns, AFA rejects the resignation, and then an AFA official kicks him (literally) out of the special meeting to punish him Very odd
A very critical examination of Colombo's intent to punish goalkeeper Errea, who was blamed for 3 goals against Italy, for insubordination Mogilevsky is excused from this meeting he was invited to, which prompted Colombo and his allies to suggest a…
Helpful article that shows a more rationale, scientific approach towards preparing athletes on the national team…and the organization required by AFA officials to support players
Magazine lays some blame on the head coach and physical trainer of the national team for not standing up to club officials/coaches, and for not demanding respect for their positions by allowing the AFA to continue its path of haphazard scheduling and…
The salary dispute between Mogilevsky and AFA shows that in the modern game even physical trainers become quasi-celebrity figures in the world of fútbol.
Wary of new over-confidence, Goles echoes the sentiment of coaches and players that much work lies ahead after Argentina's continental triumph.
The biggest takeaway in 1959 is that Argentina falied in Sweden because players gave little effort and were overconfident. Now, the emphasis is on hard work. Nothing is said about playing styles and tactics, which, at least in 1959, suggests that…
In the wake of the "disaster" of the 1958 World Cup, journalists place greater scrutiny on the selection of players ahead of the 1959 South American championship.
Mogilevsky is among the finalists for the position of physical trainer on the national team for the 1958 World Cup.
A look into how Mogilevsky helped reshape Argentine fútbol in 1959 (and why his novel ideas were hardly continued by successors). This piece is timely as Argentina faced its biggest challenge (qualifying for the 1974 World Cup) after another…
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