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2001s

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Buda Juniors is an English-language, multi-national football club in Budapest, Hungary for children aged 4 to 19 years old. Run by Janos Banfi, a former Hungarian national team captain with 14 years experience of playing professional football and qualified with the UEFA coaching license, we play at Csilleberc in the Buda hills of the 12th district.

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08.02.2015

Matches:

Buda Juniors – ASR Gázgyár 2:1

Buda Juniors – Piliscsaba 0:0

Buda Juniors – Pomázi Focisuli 3:1

Review

It was the first playoff day for the 2001s. After finishing the group stage with 6 wins out of 6 games the guys were looking to extend the good run of results. They did, winning 2 and drawing 1 game. The results look promising but the guys played far off their own standard with George being the most influential player on the pitch. All 3 games were difficult but the guys’ will and effort was rewarded with 7 points. The last matchday coming up Sunday where the guys can show that they not only can win, but can do that with some style.

18.01.2015

Buda Juniors – ASR Gázgyár 5:1

Buda Juniors – Mészöly FS 4:1

Buda Juniors – Pomázi Focisuli 6:1

Overall very satisfactory performance by the 2001s. As a team they need to continue working on their communication. They had a few defensive lapsus where communication was missing thus jeopardizing their positioning. The diamond formation worked well, but the players on the pitch need to focus on who is in that position or who needs to cover that position especially when going forward (there must always be a player holding that central role).
At times there was a bit too much dribbling or individualism occurring. This was perhaps due to the lack of intensity of the game or the fact that there was such a skill difference between the teams. Nevertheless, they need to realize that the best goals/plays came from moving the ball quickly.
A couple of things that need reviewing:
1)    Pressing the opposition. When it comes to goal kicks, kick-ins, or the other team keeping the ball, they must maintain the pressure on the opponents. Someone must always pressure the ball and his teammates the other players. This would maintain the intensity of the team.
Holding the ball. In most occasions, when our forwards got the ball they tried to play one touch, flick it passed the defender, etc. Where normally the simplest thing would be to hold the ball and then look to attack or start again.   

Bence M.

Very active going forward and was very keen to participate in all aspects. Along with George, Emil, and Maxime, they produced the best football of the day.

George J.

He made all the difference when he was on the pitch. Always looked to do the simple pass and mantain the fluidity of the game. He was the anchor in the diamond formation and was the best BJ player that day. The only thing that resisted him was the goal.

Ruslans N.

Nervous start to Ruslans, although they kind of went away when he got a few saves in. Little composure when it came to backpasses and calling for the ball. Needs to work on his communication skills!

Maxime LW.

The goalscorer of the day. Maxime played well and did what was asked of him. Clinical when it came to finishing, he must of scored at least 8 goals.

Emil H.

Solid performance by Emil. Just needs to focus more in matches and do the simple things. He performed well at the back and was very active when he played forward.

Luke M.

Very nervous day for Luke. In all the matches he never found his rythym. A different Luke to the one we see at trainings.

Gerald I.

Gerald also started nervous, but eventually managed to step out of it. Lacked the aggresiveness he usually shows in trainings.

Pedram N.

Very good with the ball at his feet. Very active going forward, but lacked the fitness to defend.   


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