Dave Clarke’s Soccer Tactics Made Simple

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Soccer tactics range from the way a player stands or moves, to the pace, style, positioning and movement of the entire team.

These concepts have a baffling language of their own. A unique resource in a clear landscape format, Soccer Tactics Made Simple explains 58 important soccer concepts in simple English – and offers advice on how to coach them.

Learn and understand concepts like Between the Lines, Line-breaking Passes and Runs, Defensive Diamond, Teaser Passes, Horseshoe, Tumble Dryer, One Touch Kill, Front Marking, Space – Not Man, Steer and Storm, Aggressive Marking, Channel Side, Jump to Press, Zigzag Passing, Play and Run, and Touch on the Move.

How many of the 58 terms and tactics (See the Description tab below for the full list) do your players fully and deeply understand? Introduce them at training to take your individual and team tactics to a new level.

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How many of the following tactical terms do you (and your players) know and full understand?

Buy Soccer Tactics Made Simple to learn about all 58 of these tactics.

How teams work up from 5v5 to 11v11, Between the Lines, Line-breaking Passes and Runs, Defensive Diamond, Transition, Rotation, Off the Line, Open Shoulders, Back Foot / Front Foot, Right Hand / Left Hand, Inverted Winger, Overlapping Run / Underlapping Run, On the Shoulder / Off the Shoulder, Blindside Run, Teaser Passes, Horseshoe, Tumble Dryer, One Touch Kill, Front Marking, Space – Not Man, Steer and Storm, Aggressive Marking, Channel Side, Jump to Press, Zigzag Passing, Play and Run, Ball Moves, You Move, Touch on the Move, Rotate on Square Pass, See Both Goals, Face Their Goal, Three to Us, Step and Hold, Body Work, Hazard Work, Press, Screen Position, Set a Trap, Yard Rule, No Touch, Height and Distance, Track, One Short, One Long,  Crossover, Hold the Line, Low Press, High Press, Drop Off, Dummy, One-Two, Goalside, Set and Go, Info on the Pass, Collapse Around the Ball, Force Inside, Force Outside, Floating or False 9, Blocking the Line of Pass.

Each page in Soccer Tactics Made Simple is laid out in a bold landscape format with clear, colour pitch illustrations and accompanying commentary in simple language. There’s a section on how to coach each tactic.

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Ebook, Ebook Print, Printed book

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