A starts an initial dribbling. Both players B and C move out of the vertical passing lane with a short sprint. Both run staggered to each other (reference to competition: all levels remain occupied). D diagonally receives the ball into the run with the first touch and subsequently plays a chip ball into the opposite mini-goal. All players move one position further.
The player, who played the chip ball, gets the ball and lines up.
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Part 1: Fundamental Attacking Strategies!
– Tactical Principles
– Analysis of Situations in the Game
– A Variety of Practices and How to Coach Them
Author: Steven Turek (with help and prologue by Ralf Peter)
Edited by Peter Schreiner
Translated by: Tjorben Becker
Editor: Institute of Youth soccer, Essen, Germany (www.soccer-coaches.com)
the soccer-game today is as seen from a defensive point of view, shaped by the ball-orientated defending. The defensive chain of four players is not even in the lower leagues a sensation anymore. Spaces to play shrink and thus, the attacking play is made more difficult. Therefore, it is important to create strategies against tight defensive formations. But even sophisticated attacking strategies only function if certain fundamental principles are well developed. Eminently important for this purpose is it to cleverly open and use spaces and passing-lanes. This includes individual technical skills and abilities as well as a developed and aligned group-tactical behavior.
The idea behind this eBook: Based on definite match-situations, solutions will be presented which can be trained in small groups as well as in a complex exercise.
I came to know Steven Turek as a young talented coach. It was my pleasure to help him converting the idea and accompanying him with the creation of this eBook. It contains and provides knowledge of tactical analyses and attractive exercises usable for coaches of all levels.
We hope that the eBook contributes to the improvement of your team’s performance.
Enjoy reading and wishes