Discover how to turn your team into a defensive unit when playing the 4-3-3 in this special video series. Watch how to direct opposition players where you want so you can force mistakes and win the ball
Your complete tactical guide to defending with the 4-3-3 has arrived! Dutch 4-3-3 Team Defending features a complete coaching seminar focused on the roles and responsibilities of the 4-3-3 formation. Discover how to make play predictable and how to control where the ball is played to stifle attacks and keep the ball out of your half.
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Does your team lack organization in defense? Do your players charge into tackles and leave big gaps for the opposition to exploit? The key to building a strong defense when playing the 4-3-3 formation is ensuring your players have a system to adhere to and a predictable style of play. Now you can discover how to develop it in this special video series.
Dutch 4-3-3 Team Defending features a complete coaching seminar on how to develop a rock solid defense. The seminar is presented by multiple NSCAA Coach of the Year Marco Koolman who covers all the key fundamentals of playing in defense in the 4-3-3 formation. This includes the roles and responsibilities of every player, how to overcome the formation’s Achilles heel on the sides of the midfield, how to prevent the opposition from playing the long ball and how to force the ball where you want it to go.
Watching Dutch 4-3-3 Team Defending will enrich your understanding of the formation’s strengths and weaknesses in defense. More importantly, it provides you with a blueprint for developing a predictable style of players so your team knows exactly where to apply pressure and how to force opposition attackers into vulnerable positions. After applying its principles on the training pitch, on game day your team will be able to break down opposition attacks more frequently and dominate play all over the pitch.
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