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Why Johan Cruyff's criticism of English football wasn't correct

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ROB DRAPER - CHAMPIONS LEAGUE COLUMN: It’s spelt out in black and white in the new Johan Cruyff book. ‘The English have never been that keen on tactics,' the late maestro wrote.
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