eBook 25: How to Play the 4-2-3-1: Attacking and Defensive Positioning

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eBook 25: How to Play the 4-2-3-1: Attacking and Defensive Positioning

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The potential weakness in this system and STYLE of play are the defensive adjustments needed to ensure our fluidity of attacking movement doesn’t cost us when we lose possession of the ball.

This presentation shows how we can make sure; defensively; we are disciplined and solid by teaching the players where to immediately press; where and when to recover; and how to fill in and cover for each other immediately the ball is lost.

Therefore we transition (in MIND and BODY) from incredible freedom of attacking momentum; which brings imagination, interchanges and rotations, to the opposite; intense, concentrated and positionally disciplined defense.

This is a simple way to show how we can make sure the team is well organized to allow the attacking freedom to take place; knowing we can cover ourselves if we lose the ball.

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Shadow Play to Begin

4-2-3-1 shadow play

This is the defending team shape (defending start position) of a 4-2-3-1.

Attacking Shape

4-2-3-1 attacking shape

TWO TEAMS PLAYING THRU EACH OTHER. Shadow plays changing from defensive to attacking shape. Now 3-1-3-3. Both teams in attacking shape but not playing against each other.

Players pass thru the team and move up and down the field.