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  1. Flexibility is key to the win
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Flexibility is key to the win

with Butch Lauffer,

West Texas A&M University Head Soccer Coach

Flexibility is key for any successful soccer team. In this DVD, Coach Lauffer demonstrates how a flexible tactical system can be adjusted for stronger defensive or offensive formations, the roles of the players, winning the ball, transition, angles of recovery, pass timing, and attacking. Coach Lauffer also shares several field exercises than can be used to develop the 4-2-3-1 for your team. Using this system will give your team greater flexibility, will help them break down opponents, and win more games.

78 minutes. 2005.


con Butch Lauffer

Entrenador de fútbol de la West Texas A&M University

La flexibilidad es clave para el éxito de todo equipo de fútbol. En este DVD el entrenador Lauffer demuestra como un sistema táctico flexible puede ser ajustado para generar formacione

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