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The 3 Striker Systems: 1-3-4-3 and 1-4-3-3 DVD Series by Anson Dorrance and Tony DiCicco offers a detailed look at each system, the benefits of the "three-front" and how each coach has used his system to win National Championships, Olympic Gold Medals and FIFA World Cups. The coaches, using their own unique exercises, deal with every line of the team including the goalkeeper and show how they have built and evolved these team alignments into winning systems that highlight the positives of their players while showing ways to exploit the weaknesses in other systems.

A bonus on each DVD is also the coaching styles displayed by two of the world's best coaches. How they deal with players. How they stop and restart training sessions. How they inspire players to play on their cutting edge. How they use individual talent to build team unity.


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