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Packed with creative drills and small-sided games, this DVD from the Dutch Soccer School is designed to develop numerical superiority in the attack. Overlapping, penetrating runs, interchange, weak side runs, and pattern plays to create offensive minded defenders are detailed through these practical and functional drills. Excellent for goalkeepers too, as they develop accuracy in their distribution and are put under pressure. 50 minutes

Release Date: Sep 1, 2003

Format: Color, NTSC


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