Counter-pressing as an offensive weapon
This session is about the creation and application of the counter-pressing moment as an offensive weapon. It looks at recovering possession in the shortest way and time, by creating ‘hectic situations’ in the opposition formation.
We want to attack the opponent non-stop when we have the ball, when we lose it and when the opposition have it…
This session examines how we condition a player technically, tactically, physiologically and psychologically when attacking and defending transitions in a small-sided competition-based game.
It’s important to practise this because it improves our mastering of a scenario that appears regularly in matches…
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