Players Roles in the 4-3-3
This Two-Book Set Gives a Step By Step Coaching Guide on How to Train Your Team to Play the Aggressive, Free flowing 4-3-3 Formation, both in Defense and Attack.
Wow! If you want to know how to coach the 4-3-3, look no further. The Player’s Roles and Responsibilities in the 4-3-3 coaching series provides you with everything you need to know about the styles of playing, philosophy and training methods for playing the 4-3-3 formation. From creating a shifting back line through to swamping the opponent’s defense, everything is covered to provide you with a comprehensive 4-3-3 coaching program.
The 4-3-3 is one of the most popular formations in soccer today, utilized by teams like Holland, Chelsea and Inter Milan to devastating effect. Its flexibility and attacking philosophy makes it a tantalizing option for coaches wishing to increase their scoring opportunities and to entertain the fans. However, players can easily get confused on their unique roles and responsibilities in this formation when they are used to playing a traditional 4-4-2. Without proper training on how to play the 4-3-3, this can lead to major problems on game day.
To aid coaches to train their teams in the 4-3-3, author Tony Englund has created a series of books which explain in exhaustive detail exactly how to train and utilize the 4-3-3 like the world’s great attacking sides.
These two books in the Player’s Roles and Responsibilities in the 4-3-3 series are packed with training exercises, detailed explanations and tactical insights. Literally everything you need to know about the 4-3-3 is covered, providing you with a complete training program on one of the soccer world’s most exciting, free flowing formations.