A difficult match-up for the 4-2-3-1 is the 3-5-2 strategy. Because of its tactical fluidity, the 3-5-2 can cause problems for teams unprepared to adapt to its many looks. The 3-5-2 can quickly transform from an Italian-style catenaccio into a numbers-up attack, confusing opponents. Tactical differences make the 3-5-2 especially difficult for the 4-2-3-1 to manage and overcome. NCAA championship coach Marcus Wood provides you with the know-how to make sure your team won't get caught on the transition against the 3-5-2.
Using whiteboard tactics and match-day analysis, Coach Wood breaks apart the key components of the 3-5-2, its advantages and weaknesses, and how to attack its vulnerabilities. All of the key technical and tactical coaching points are highlighted, including:
When the 4-2-3-1 formation is run properly, you're able to get in behind the opposition's defense and your team will be more likely to beat the 3-5-2. See how to move the opponent side-to-side with high quality passing and how to create open space. Good passing and first touches will lead to getting past the defenders or midfielders, and put your team in a numbers up attack toward goal.
Become a better tactician when playing against the 3-5-2 formation. By seeing the variations that the opponent can run, you will be able to identify and counter any adjustments they make.
42 minutes. 2013.
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