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Systems Football (Tika Taka) Attacking Phase

In this video we provide analysis on the attacking phase of the style of play known as 'Tika-Taka' (otherwise known as Possession Football or Systems Football).

Tika-Taka (Systems Football) - Attacking Phase

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Systems Football (Attacking Phase)

Tutorial detailing analysis on the attacking phase of the style of play known as 'Tika-Taka' (otherwise known as Possession Football or Systems Football). Understanding the methodology and strategies behind this style...

10-02-2014 Hits:7803 Match Management Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Defending Principles of Play

Tutorial detailing the concepts integral behind defending and creating ways to prevent opponents from scoring. Delay, Depth, Concentration (Compaction), Balance, Discipline/Patience in the defending phase.

04-01-2012 Hits:28155 Match Management Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Attacking Principles of Play

Tutorial detailing the concepts integral behind attacking and creating ways to penetrate against a well organized defending unit. Penetration, Support, Width, Mobility, Improvisation/Creativity in relation to the attacking phase. ...

02-01-2012 Hits:26035 Match Management Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Developing Possession from the Back

Possession is paramount to modern football coaching. With top level players on teams like Manchester United, FC Barcelona, and Arsenal acheiving pass completion rates of over 90% more passes are...

15-07-2011 Hits:15878 Match Management Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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Modern Football 2011+

Within just the past decade the game has evolved without question. Professional team keep possession for longer periods, with longer passing sequences. The completion rate of passing is higher. Counter...

07-07-2010 Hits:17474 Match Management Darren Pitfield - avatar Darren Pitfield

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