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England 1966



Their national soccer team
is the prototype of modern soccer.
A defensive system dreamt up by Sir Alf Ramsey
which in 1974 Germany and Holland copied.
A defensive triangle in the back line
a mobile half line and a finishing offensive line.
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Written on June 02, 2022

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