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Unbalance the game with these new attacking exercises!

In soccer, building studied attacking plays is one of the most important aspects for the good effectiveness of a team.
 
Studying the opponent and knowing the most efficient way to penetrate the defense and unbalance the game of the opposing team can be one of the ways to demonstrate the superiority of your team during the game.
 
In that sense, and as a way to help you structure good attack tactics for your team, we have prepared a new video with attack exercises.

 

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Check the coaching points of our suggested exercises bellow:

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Coaching Points
– Deception, set up defender, change of speed & direction, protect the ball, close control, angle, distance and timing of support, vision, decision making.

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Coaching Points
– Quick finish, good first touch, attack open space, vision, decision making, create space for others, attack space behind defense.

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Coaching Points
– Weight of pass, accuracy, disguise, quality of preparation touch, decision making, verbal and visual communication.

 

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