Attacking Soccer: A Tactical Analysis
This book examines match strategies for creating goal scoring opportunities out of the following systems of play: 4-4-2, 4-3-3, 3-5-2, 4-3-1-2, 4-5-1. For each system, the author discusses the strategy, tactics, system and schemes of play as well as the technical, tactical and physical characteristics of the players who use the system. Several situational attacking schemes are also presented using clear diagrams and detailed descriptions.
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Q A tactical analysis of the attacking phase
THE PRINCIPAL ATTACKING SOLUTIONS
OF THE 433 SYSTEM
OF THE 352 SYSTEM
TRAINING THE ATTACKING PHASE
AN OVERALL SURVEY AND SOME
ability able Alternative Elaborate build-up ATTACK IN DEPTH attacking midfielder attacking phase attacking play back in possession build up play center back center midfielder center striker CENTRAL ATTACK counter attack create space cross defense line defense phase defensive third diagonal passes diagram dump and rebound Enveloping play example 2 Elaborate EXERCISES FOR IMPROVING field fielder finishing touch phase finishing touch play flow and variation gained possession give and follow give and go GOALKEEPER Immediate build-up inside midfielder left side midfielder left striker long pass marking midfielder in possession midfielder to left midfielder to right move the ball number of passes numerical superiority oppo organization pass the ball player in possession Plays and movements position rebound pass received the ball regain right striker shoot at goal short passes SIDE ATTACK side back side player soccer st Alternative Elaborate strategy striker to left teammate Theme training match type of play