A Coach's Guide to the 4-3-3 - Printed
Discover How To Coach Players in the 4-3-3 Formation and Mirror the High Tempo Offensive Play of Europe’s Top Club Teams, including Barcelona, Chelsea and Arsenal.
It's here! Your comprehensive guide to coaching players in the 4-3-3 formation. This special book, A Coach’s Guide to the 4-3-3, covers everything you need to know about coaching the 4-3-3, including the formation’s development to the forefront of European club soccer, how it is utilized by the world’s best managers and soccer training drills and exercises which will enable your team utilize the 4-3-3 to be more offensive, flexible and difficult to defend against.
The 4-3-3, and its many variations, has become arguably the most popular formation in the modern European club game. Some of the world’s greatest club teams, including Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, use it to devastating effect to rip through the center of teams playing a traditional 4-4-2. However, coaching players in the 4-3-3 system is far from easy. It requires an in-depth understanding of the different responsibilities players have in different phases, how to develop intricate triangular passing movements through the midfield and how to train players in the playmaker role in front of the back four.
Whether you're used to the traditional 4-4-2 and would like to discover how to coach the 4-3-3 or are already using the 4-3-3 and would like to know more about how it's used by the world’s top coaches, A Coach's Guide to the 4-3-3 gives you a complete tactical overview of the system. It includes an explanation on how to organize your players, the roles and responsibilities of each position, how it's used at the highest level of club soccer and how you can coach the 4-3-3, with a comprehensive selection of soccer drills and exercise.
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