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  1. Learn the Triangle Offense
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Learn the Triangle Offense

with Randy Evans, former University of Oklahoma Women's Head Soccer Coach

Evans shows how the triangle offense will work for your team including drill explanations. This system is versatile enough to use against many different styles of play. Evans shows several options ranging from basic to advanced to help you adapt your team's level of play to the skills being taught. This video shows how the triangle offense is utilized by dropping the two forwards to help with defensive stability in the midfield. Coach Evans demonstrates this system in an easy to understand way by diagramming every aspect of the offense.

70 minutes. 2003.


con Randy Evans, ex entrenador del equipo femenil de la University of Oklahoma

Evans demuestra cómo la ofensiva triangular funcionará para tu equipo. Este sistema es lo suficientemente versátil para ser usado contra diversos estilos de juego. Evans demues

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