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Confused by the numbers game? Systems of Play is a program developed to help coaches who are unsure about the tactical deployment of players. Is the 4-42 or the 3-5-2 the best system? What about the 4-3-3? Or the 3-4-3? This program will help you find the system that is best for your team with the help of coach Waiters' considerable experience and his ability to simplify and demystify systems of play. Included are 3-D graphics, game footage and a team in practice for a visual learning experience that helps you to develop the best system for your team. (60 minutes)

DVD Special Features: Printable checklists to help you organize your team and establish a system of play

Set Plays coaching tips

Goalkeeper coaching tips

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Crystal Clear slow motion and freeze frame

Dolby AC-3 Digital Stereo


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