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I. High Pressure and Pressing. When we loose the ball in the final third :. K. Line of confrontation. Line of defense. Elder. C holo. German. Tapia. SW. Tonio. Dalton. If your closest to the ball - pressure it –make him turn towards his own goal.. .

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I high pressure and pressing

I. High Pressure andPressing


I high pressure and pressing

When we loose the ball in the final third:

K

Line of confrontation.

Line of defense.

Elder

Cholo

German

Tapia

SW

Tonio

Dalton

If your closest to the ball - pressure it

–make him turn towards his own goal..

When our “pressing” takes away the opponents time

and space on the ball, one of our marking players will

be able to step in front and intercept the ball.

Torres

2. The rest of the team except the sweeper

moves into a 30 X 40 Yard Defensive Block.

Within the block, we man-mark opposing

players and try to intercept the next pass.

Nestor

Espinoza

Nick

4. At ¾ line :Cut off forward passes.

K

3. If you are near the ball, find teammates

and create a short, narrow block.

Ricardo

Our Sweeper and our Keeper take care of

Any long clearance. We reagain possession,

“open up, and start to build a new attack.

4. All other players, except the Sweeper Back,

tightly mark the nearest man and step in front

of him right before the a pass is made.

5. When the opponent makes a pass,

we “press” the ball.


I high pressure and pressing

II. Medium Pressure and“Invited” Pressing


I high pressure and pressing

When we loose the ball in the final third:

When the ball “arrives” at the “line of confrontation” at ¾ field,

either through a dribble by the opponent or a vertical pass,

the front line moves into a “pressure and cover” action on the ball.

The “high” striker keeps working to prevent a

“switch” to the other side of the field.

K

Line of confrontation.

Elder

Cholo

German

Tapia

Line of defense.

Tonio

Dalton

30 X 40 Yard Defensive Block

Torres

Nestor

Espinoza

Nick

K

Ricardo

Our nearest player to the ball should pressure it to slow him down.

Try to make his head go down.

Make him play backwards or sideways.

2. The rest of the team moves to get behind the ball,

“dropping-off” into a 4-2-3 defensive block. Each player can mark

an opponent who is in his “area”.

3. The block should be 30 X 40 Yards. It “starts”

at the ¾ field line and ”ends” about 10 Yards

behind the center stripe.

4. As the other team passes the ball, the entire block moves with the ball.

When the ball is passed each player releases his mark, shifts and marks

any opponent who is in his “new area”.


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