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  1. atsegnorts

    atsegnorts Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Falls Church
    Club:
    The Strongest La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    So far this season it's been 3 instances , the one above, Lapaz press conference with an assistant of Santa Fe, and then with the fans and the reporter of Yacuiba. He isn't going in the right direction with his temper.
     
  2. Eber1990

    Eber1990 Member

    Jul 1, 2008
    Club:
    Bolivar La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    I believe the game is The Stronguest's "home game", therefore the TV rights are not Bolivar's and the game wont be in Bolivar's YouTube channel unfortunately.
     
  3. Eber1990

    Eber1990 Member

    Jul 1, 2008
    Club:
    Bolivar La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    Also, isn't there a hearing that's been pending since last season against Farias? I believe he punched someone at the game vs. Oriente in Santa Cruz, the TJD keeps pushing the hearing cuz most likely it would be a heavy suspension on Farias. It shows how big of a influence TS has on the federation/liga.
     
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  4. atsegnorts

    atsegnorts Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Falls Church
    Club:
    The Strongest La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    What an ass whopping TS got last night. 4-1 was a small price to pay for the strategic blunder Farías presented as his starting 11 and in the second half his adjustment just mad the wound bigger and bleeding heavier. I want to first talk about the 4-3-3 and why from the start this was just a huge miscalculation. Farías 4-3-3 placing Veizaga and Castro as the two anchors in the midfield, which left the other four players constantly committed forward. Pablo was placed on the right and Pedrozo on the left with Ramallo and Chuma circling in between. Finally you had both Wayar and Bejarano on the wings overlapping the wings. With 6 players committed and with the speed Bolivar had for the counter I felt that we were lucky to only concede 2 in the first 30 mins. So tactically we were set up to do or die. Pablo is not going to help you recover or press at all and if he does it isn't going to last long. And I'm ok with that since I want him to save his energy for the crucial finishing. Now Ramallo his big head wont allow him to help you recover any balls and Ramallo hesitates to press with the conviction needed to make all this forward players work. Farías should of played a 4-4-1-1 with a more traditional and well developed zone/man marking playing the ball around and setting up play with patience and defending the counter. I can't believe I'm typing this but like Villegas would of started. So Farías starting formation setup Bolivar for the counter and set us to chase the game from the beginning. Now the red card, it was well deserved. Pedrozo who last year seemed as a dependable 2 striker was in to deep, he had hardly touched the ball prior to that play. Again Bolivar out schemed and executed their plan, which frustrated and forced the TS players who flung forward to make a play. The result was a clumsy late challenge. So when it was 2-0 at the start of the second half I felt that maybe Farías would see the light and play 4-4-1 with only 10 players. He throws in another CB and creates a bigger gap between the defense and the rest of the team. In turn it made every time Bolivar attack dangerous. 2 goals in second half was a very lucky for a weaken demoralized back line. I don't mind losing, but Farías made it easy for Bolivar to pick us apart. TS needs to regroup and reevaluate the Farías process and his temper isn't helping his case.
     
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  5. atsegnorts

    atsegnorts Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Falls Church
    Club:
    The Strongest La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    I took the weekend off, and made no attempts to watch the game in Warners. I watched DCU instead and it made me feel nostalgic to late 90's early 00's with the Bolivian DCU. Now I'm ready for the second half of the LFPB. We play this Good Friday in Lapaz vs Blooming. Blooming are a good side with no losses in their last four matches. I needed a break to reflect Farías and the current process. I will give more time to work it out. I like Farías' fire but at times I feel like he has no plan B. Farías is all about high press, high energy which Bolivar showed to be dangerous on the counter attacks. The players haven't changed it's still the core 16-18 players from several past seasons. We will see, with any luck we can turn things around and hopefully not be so Pablo dependent.
     
  6. atsegnorts

    atsegnorts Member

    Apr 2, 2007
    Falls Church
    Club:
    The Strongest La Paz
    Nat'l Team:
    Bolivia
    I’m back, I will be updating this thread after this weekends game. Watching Korea vs Bolivia this morning lit that flame of endless hope and self inflicted pain.
     
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