The offensive process of a soccer team is one of, if not the most important, process to demonstrate the quality of a team’s game. In general terms, soccer is, among the collective sports, the one with the lowest effectiveness rate.
In this sense, when a team values its offensive process and manages to frequently reach the goal effectively, its status is immediately raised.
Within the offensive process, in soccer, we can quantify three different forms of attack: the counter-attack; the quick attack, and the positional attack.
These three different forms of attack can be used separately, but they can also be interconnected at different times in the game, depending on the interests of each coach.
To help you define the offensive sector of your team, bringing out the best in each player, we have prepared a new video with attacking exercises.
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Check the coaching points of our suggested exercises bellow:
|1 vs 1 Corner Mini Goals|
|2 vs 1 Plus Goalie|
|4 vs 4 Breakaways|
|4 vs 4 with Wall Players|
|5 vs 5 Four Mini Goals|
|Attacking – Defending (Corners)|
|End Zone Goalkeeper|
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