Attacking Features of the 4-3-3
This post is from the Training Sessions For the 4-3-3 book. This excerpt is from the section that takes a look at the attacking features of the 4-3-3.
When our team had possession of the ball, our Wings had freedom to attack.
The only caveat to both was not to reach the attack line together, and always position one a little further back, quickly recovering the defense if the ball was intercepted by the opponent. One or both wings could also assume the role of offensive midfielder, helping in the attack and creating an offensive superiority situation.
Our offensive midfielder advanced his position by getting to the point of theContinue reading