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Tactics in soccer

introduction

If the tactic itself as an element of success, it should be an associated tactical work in order to develop from an early age a tactical culture.

 

General

When a player uses a oartenaire, when it should handle a situation when he must make a choice to advance the ball, he uses his tactical sense.

Tactical culture teaches primarily by free games where creativity gives her free rein. The coach therefore ensure to leave room for these games by spreading in his training with exercises and scrimmages.

The goal is of course to all elements of the game work:

Returning in setting strategy or gambling organization,
Governing the collective play of the team,
Influencing specific player tactical elements.

The purpose of its establishment

The desired end goal is to form a good football player who has a very good technique, adapted physiology, moral flawless and sharp tactical sense.

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general Principles

It appears when a player needs a teammate to advance the ball. This is the response of a player or group of players at a given position in the game. The best answer to the technique depends on the player and the adaptation of the players or the situation. This adaptation is learned, educates, improves the training and repetition combinations.
The tactic is based on the principles of game that allows players to respond in a coordinated and technical homogène.La is the art of using the ball, the service team. The teacher prepares its meeting (content, hardware and implementation).

Defensive tactics principles:

Delay the opponent's attack (hold brake, zone press).
Perform the replacement team (replenish the block).
Get the ball.
Have a strategy on set pieces.

Tactical offensive principles:

Achieve the transition from defense to attack (removing one or more defenders, helping a partner).
Achieve penetration of the opposing defense.
Effectively achieve the finish (offensive excess, markdown, call ball, change of pace).

 

 

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