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  1. Winning Set Pieces
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Winning Set Pieces

with Schellas Hyndman,

FC Dallas (MLS) Head Coach

Schellas Hyndman provides a comprehensive look at how your team can create more scoring opportunities out of this effective formation. In this DVD, Hyndman teaches how to attack your opponent using this phenomenal system of play using easy to understand marker board diagrams and on field demonstrations. On the field, Hyndman shows how to improve athletes' ability to get through the midfield by dribbling, passing, changing the point of attack and swinging the ball. Beginning with a 4 v 2 offense, he gradually adds defenders creating situations that illustrate to players how to move to open space, lose defenders, communicate, have vision and focus and deliver soft passes to penetrate through the midfield. Hyndman also focuses on creating 2 v 1 situations, playing with patience and understanding player roles.

65 minutes. 2005.


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