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Eugene Orwell
Eugene Orwell

I watched the clip of defending power play, but given my limited knowledge, not sure what the principles are and where to look for them. It appeared that most, if not all, attacking teams made an individual decision error that resulted in a counter goal.

Eugene Orwell
Eugene Orwell

Watching the power play in attack clips collection video: At a recent online coaches discussion with Bahrain national team head coach Rafa, he mentioned, from memory, that the 3 keys for successful power play are: 1) Good ball control (not sure if this was the first key), 2) Good circulation of the ball, 3) Pass skipping. In the Video, I noticed the following points: 1) Most goals scored from shots from outside the 'D', which could have backlashed if the GK caught the ball for example. 2) No pass skipping were used in those clips. 3) All back-post goals were the result of ball watching by the relevant defender. At the Asian Cup I noticed that goals in favour of the power play attacking teams were the result of sharp movement of the scoring attacker as not many defenders were caught ball watching.

simon wale
simon wale

Do you Coaches have any drills for 1-2-1 (diamond) defensive Zonal system. My players seem to get dragged out from this shape/formation in the heat of the moment.

Caro Futsal

Hi Simon, the zonal defense is a system based on controlling the space, not necessarily staying in the shape of a diamond, In fact more often they end up on a square formation if defending low or in a 2-1-1 shape when pressing. It takes time to build up this systems as it requires a lot of experience from each player individually. Here is a playlist of some defensive exercises. We also have a online course coming soon, after the AFC championship which Rafa is busy with. Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcnpVvRWUk-Xf8JbcAjIkM2Gb3P4p13Sc&si=ooCLGoWDldQOdn1u Andre Caro

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Eugene Orwell
Eugene Orwell

4v3 attacking: Interesting that in all the clips Andre collated here the shot came from outside the D. Would I encourage it or would I encourage patience and a simple far post goal? Probably the latter.

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Htein Lin Aung

Often they look at a cut back pass through the lines of defences.



Back posts are more used in 5th man than in 4v3

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