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This two DVD set features six attacking tactical training sessions led by NSCAA National Staff Coaches. Each training session has approximately 20 minutes of instruction and also contains Coaching Cues. Includes 1v1 attacking, offensive transition, penetration, combination play, creating space and attacking with a numbers advantage. (120 min.)

Attacking Disc One:

1v1 Attacking with Mike Noonan- NSCAA Senior National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Brown University

Offensive Transition with Jim Lennox- NSCAA Director of Coaching Emeritus, Director of Coaching- Conn. Jr. Soccer

Penetration with Paul Marco- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Binghamton University

Attacking Disc Two:

Combination Play with John Cossaboon- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- SMU

Creating Space with Sam Okpodu- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Newberry College

Attacking With a Numbers Advantage with Ron McEachen- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Skidmore College

Release Date: January 15, 2005

Format: Color, Full Screen, NTSC


Cada uno de estas colecciónes de DVD incluye seis sesiónes de entrenamiento dirigidas por entrenadores NSCAA. Cada sesión tiene aproximamente 20 minutes de instrucción y también consejos de entrenadores. En inglés. (120 min. cada uno.)

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