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Systems of Play DVD

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Learn from the EPL

English Premier League Zonal Defending - Systems of Play and Tactical Adjustments, is the fourth DVD in a 4-DVD series. The first three DVD's started with 1v1 defending and progressed to the back four, then added the midfielders and finally added the forwards. This DVD shows practices on how to defend in 11v11 situations. Former Manchester United U18 Coach, David Williams, explains the options of defending with high pressure or low pressure. Defending when playing a 4-4-2 and a 4-3-3 are covered. Just as important, Williams, explains how to defend against opposition playing a 4-4-2 and a 4-3-3. Finally, different options for defending zonally at corner kicks and restarts are demonstrated.


Este es el cuarto y último DVD de la serie. Los primeros tres comenzaron tratando la defensa 1 contra 1, progresaron hasta los cuatro defensas para luego añadir a los mediocampistas y después a los delanteros. Este DVD trata sobre cómo defender en equipo j

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