Flat Back Four: The Tactical Game

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Cardinal Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 275 pages
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In recent years the name of Andy Gray has become synonymous with the world of soccer tactics. As Sky Sports leading soccer analyst, his enthusiastic and hugely entertaining analysis of the way the game is played has given millions a deeper insight into the game. In this book, Gray looks in detail at what turns eleven men in shorts into a soccer team. He describes how systems like 4-4-2 and five at the back really work, uncovers the secrets of catenaccio and total soccer and even explores the psychological tactics players use on the pitch. As well as examining the strategic tools available to the soccer coach, Gray analyses the tactics of great teams and classic games in soccer history.

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