Soccer Tactics PDF
Explanation about defensive tactics actions in soccer. Analysis of defensive concepts (pressing, marking, regrouping, covering, position-exchange, defensive vigilance, defensive timing, tackle, shoulder to shoulder, anticipating, interception).
Exhibition of a series of exercises to improve defensive actions in soccer. In tactical exercises are detailed objectives, the development of exercise and some variants thereof.
Explanation about offensive tactics actions in soccer. Analysis of offensive concepts (width, attacking moves, horizontal or diagonal pass, keep the ball, counterattack, run forwards losing a marker, creating empty spaces, one-two, pace of the game, overlapping and attacking speed).
Exhibition of a series of exercises to improve offensive actions in soccer. In tactical exercises are detailed objectives, the development of exercise and some variants thereof.
According to studies by various authors (Alex Sanz Torrelles, César Frattarola Alcaraz, J.M. Simon, J.A. Reeves, Angelo Pereni y Mario Bonfanti), 30% - 40% of games are decided by moves set pieces (throw-ins, corner kicks, throw penalties).
We conducted a study of play system most used in soccer. We think that it is better to adapt play system to the qualities of our football players.
Explanation of the various solutions to resist different play systems in soccer. When a play system is opposed to another a numerical superiorities are generated in some areas, and we explain how certain movements of repositioning is able to resist other play systems.
If a team employing the 1-4-3-3 formation plays against a team using the 1-4-2-3-1 formation, they must concentrate on the possibility of being outnumbered (5 against 3) in midfield when the opposing wingers or side midfielders regroup towards the midfield.
All tactical moves performed quickly by the players of a team attacking, with precise and well-directed passes and runs from players without the ball who try to lose their markers or create empty spaces, can add speed to the move.
Performing exercises to improve Attacking Timing.
It is the defensive physical-technical-tactical move used on the ball and the opponent (who is in control of the ball) in order to regain possession or, at least, force the opponent to lose control of the ball and prevent him from making progress and becoming the dominant player in the move.
Performing exercises to improve Doubling Marking.
Performing exercises to improve Anticipation.
It is the physical-technical-tactical moved used when there is physical contact of the upper part of the trunk by pushing the opponent with the shoulder in order to dispute the ball and push away or legally unbalance the opponent, either to regain the ball or to continue in control of the ball.
It is the defensive tactical move by which one or more players get closer to the opponent on the ball in order to stop him from reaching the goal or slowing down his run so as to give other players more time to regroup defensively in a correct manner.