Soccer tactics PDF

Soccer tactics PDF

Soccer tactics PDF There are 118 products.

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  • Defensive Tactical Actions PDF

    Explanation about defensive tactics actions in soccer. Analysis of defensive concepts (pressing, marking, regrouping, covering, position-exchange, defensive vigilance, defensive timing, tackle, shoulder to shoulder, anticipating, interception).

  • Defensive Tactical Exercises PDF

    Exhibition of a series of exercises to improve defensive actions in soccer. In tactical exercises are detailed objectives, the development of exercise  and some variants thereof.

  • Offensive Tactical Actions PDF

    Explanation about offensive tactics actions in soccer. Analysis of offensive concepts (width, attacking moves, horizontal or diagonal pass, keep the ball, counterattack, run forwards losing a marker, creating empty spaces, one-two, pace of the game, overlapping and attacking speed).

  • Offensive Tactical Exercises PDF

    Exhibition of a series of exercises to improve offensive actions in soccer. In tactical exercises are detailed objectives, the development of exercise  and some variants thereof.

  • Moves Set Pieces PDF

    According to studies by various authors (Alex Sanz Torrelles, César Frattarola Alcaraz, J.M. Simon, J.A. Reeves, Angelo Pereni y Mario Bonfanti), 30% - 40% of games are decided by moves set pieces (throw-ins, corner kicks, throw penalties).

  • Play Systems in Soccer PDF

    We conducted a study of play system most used in soccer. We think that it is better to adapt play system to the qualities of our football players.

  • Play System's Neutralization in soccer PDF

    Explanation of the various solutions to resist different play systems in soccer. When a play system is opposed to another a numerical superiorities are generated in some areas, and we explain how certain movements of repositioning is able to resist other play systems.

  • If a team employing the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team using the 1-4-2-3-1 formation, they must concentrate on the possibility of being outnumbered (5 against 3) in midfield when the opposing wingers or side midfielders regroup towards the midfield. 

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  • When a team using the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team in a 1-3-5-2 formation, they must keep the battle between the two strikers and the two centre-backs under control. It is also important to control the two side midfielders the team using the 1-3-5-2 formation has because they cover a lot of ground and add width to the opposing team´s attacking...

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  • When a team in a 1-4-3-3 formation plays against another team using the same formation, the 4 defenders outnumber the 3 opposing strikers, and both teams have 3 midfielders.

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  • When a team using the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team in a 1-4-4-2, its players must focus on the fact that they will be, in theory, outnumbered in midfield (4 against 3) when the opposing team´s side midfielders regroup. The team using the 1-4-3-3 formation must also take care of the two opposing strikers.  

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  • When a team shaped in the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team using the 1-5-3-2 formation, they come up against the following problem: the opposing defenders outnumber the team´s attacking players, particularly in the middle of the defence, where the three centre-backs face just one centre-forward.

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  • When a team in a 1-4-3-3 formation plays against another that uses the 1-3-4-3 formation, they come up against the following disadvantages: full-backs must control the opposing advanced wingers and side midfielders, which means they must solve 2 against 1 situations.

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  • When a team using the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team in a 1-3-4-1-2 formation, they come up against the following problems: the full-backs need to control the two opposing side midfielders, who have a lot of space around them, and the centre-backs must cope with a 2 against 2 situation down the middle. 

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  • When a team using the 1-4-4-2 formation plays against a team with the 1-3-5-2 formation, it is essential for full-backs to reposition towards the middle and help centre-backs in order to outnumber the opposing strikers.

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  • When a team uses the 1-4-4-2 formation against a team in a 1-4-3-3, it needs a strong midfield so as not to find itself 2 against 3 in central areas of the pitch. The team must also outnumber opponents 4 against 3 in midfield.

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  • When a team plays with the 1-4-4-2 formation against another team using the same formation, it is necessary to apply accurate repositioning at exactly the right moment so as to confront the opposition.

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  • When a team uses the 1-4-4-2 formation against an opposing team playing in a 1-5-3-2 formation, full-backs must reposition towards central areas of the pitch to help the centre-backs and outnumber the opposing strikers.

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  • When a team uses the 1-4-4-2 formation against an opponent in a 1-3-4-3 formation, both teams should outnumber opponents in defence, and have the same number of players in midfield. It is important that midfielders double mark opposing strikers.

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