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No speed, no technology... The United States commented on 4 NO evaluations of the Chinese women's football team

No speed, no technology... The United States commented on 4 NO evaluations of the Chinese women's football team

The Chinese women's football team defeated the U.S. women's football team 0-3 in an international A-level match in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, in the early morning of today (3rd), Beijing time. In this game, the U.S. women's soccer team has an absolute advantage, and the score on the field is likely to be far more than 3-0. What's even more touching is that the "four nos" of the Chinese women's football team pointed out by the commentators of American TV stations in the process of commenting on them are even more clear about the current problems of the Chinese women's football team.

No speed, no technology... The United States commented on 4 NO evaluations of the Chinese women's football team

In the past, watching women's football games was more through domestic broadcasts, and what we heard was our unilateral commentary, and because the Chinese women's football team was "unspeakable" and "uncriticized" to a certain extent, they always talked about "how the spirit is". The match between the Chinese women's football team and the United States women's football team was not broadcast in China, and the reporter had the opportunity to hear the more direct voices of the commentators of the American women's football team. Therefore, the reporter watched the game and listened to the comments of the American side, so that the reporter was more aware of the real voice of the Chinese women's football team in the outside world.

When the game was less than 30 minutes into the game, the women's football commentators of American TV used three "Nos" in a row when analyzing the Chinese women's football team, namely "no pace", "no speed", and "no athletics", and commented: "Compared with the past 10 years, these current Chinese women's football players are becoming more and more 'no skill'!" The current Chinese women's football team just wants to slow (just slow progress), while the American women's football team wants more tempo (hoping to control the rhythm) in the face of this kind of scene. ”

I don't know how many Chinese fans are tuning in to the American side of the game like me, and I don't know if they have understood that assessment. Specifically, "pace" is very important in soccer games, and it is no less important than "space". The late Cruyff once pointed out: "Football is a game of space and time. The "no pace" shown by the Chinese women's football team on the field, of course, will be easily eliminated by the opponent in defense, especially one-on-one, and make the entire defense line fall into passivity.

"No speed" probably doesn't need much explanation. "Speed" is the most vital and decisive factor in modern football, and the so-called "only fast and unbreakable martial arts in the world" would not have emphasized that football is a game related to "time". In the game against the U.S. women's football team, the Chinese women's football team obviously couldn't keep up with the opponent's speed, and the first goal conceded was the most typical. That's the benefit of being "fast".

No speed, no technology... The United States commented on 4 NO evaluations of the Chinese women's football team

The "athletics" in "No athletics" is not the "athletics" we understand in our daily life, but refers to track and field as the "mother of sports", and the excellent physical fitness that an athlete must have, such as running and jumping, reflexes, agility, etc., which are collectively referred to as "athletics". American TV commentators used "No athletics" to evaluate the Chinese women's football team, clearly pointing out that the current physical fitness of Chinese women's football players is far from the physical fitness and standards of excellent athletes. In actual combat, we can see that as soon as the Chinese women's football players and the American women's football players have physical contact, the Chinese players who fall to the ground are basically Chinese players, but it is the "little black skin" Zhang Linyan who can get rid of the American players in several one-on-one confrontations!

As for the "No skill" mentioned, it is what we call "personal ability" and "personal skill" in our daily life. Obviously, this evaluation fully breaks the current reality of the Chinese women's football team, that is, the players lack super skills and skills. And the "sonorous roses" of that year, what did the Chinese women's football girls rely on to wrestle with the American women's football team? I am afraid that the first thing is that they have excellent "skills".

It is precisely because the players of the Chinese women's football team have no pace, no speed, no athletics, and no skill, so TV commentators will also point out that the Chinese women's football team has always wanted to slow down the speed in the game, and the strategy of the US women's football team against the Chinese women's football team is to "tempo", that is, to further speed up the pace of the game. It should be said that such reviews are quite in place.

From a political point of view, we can conclude that the comments of the commentators of American television during the game are "slandering" our Chinese women's football players. However, putting aside the issue of political stance, from the perspective of football alone, how can these "four 'Nos'" completely rip off the only trace of "hijab" in the current Chinese women's football team? Or to put it more bluntly, these four "Nos" do not reveal the reality of the entire Chinese football (including the men's football team)?

It's time for us to be completely sober! The first thing Chinese football needs is not to talk about "vague" conceptual issues such as systems and mechanisms, nor to talk about "spiritual" issues again and again, just like in the whole game against the United States women's football team, the girls of the women's football team could not say that they did not fight, but they never fought to the point. Therefore, today's Chinese football first needs to start from football itself, start from training, and let football people work in a down-to-earth manner!

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