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A two-DVD set featuring six defending 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 defending, cover and switching roles, defensive transition, man to man defending, zonal defending and goalkeeping. (120 min.)

Defending Disc One:

1v1 Defending with Karen Stanley- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Santa Rosa JC

Cover and Switching Roles with George Perry- NSCAA Senior National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Wabash College

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

Defending Disc Two:

Man to Man Defending with Hylton Dayes- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- Cincinnati

Zonal Defending with John Cossaboon- NSCAA National Staff Coach, Head Coach- SMU

Goalkeeping with Tony Waiters- NSCAA Senior National Staff Coach

Release Date: January 15, 2005

Format: Color, Digital Sound, Full Screen, NTSC


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