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  1. DEFFENSE TACTICAL ELEMENTS • FUTSAL TACTICAL ELEMENTS • FUTSAL TACTICS: • INDIVIDUAL: what I must do myself • GROUP: what I must do to help a teamate • TEAM: what position and action I must take in relation to the rest of the players • Individual and group tactics must be trained separately and also during team tactical training

  2. Defensive tactical attitudes • Individual attitudes • Body positioning • No jumping to get ball • Close line of pass or shot • Take opponent to sideline • Follow your man looking at him not at the ball • Trouble man with ball

  3. Defensivetacticalattitudes • Group attitudes • Support teammate (cover, close middle, front of target, etc.) • Orientate teammates • Call to switch • Delay counter attack • Group attitudes • Support teammate (cover, close middle, front of target, etc.) • Call to switch

  4. DEFFENSIVE TACTICS • TEAM MARKING • Zone: not recommended for high level as the main • marking system. Example: • Malaysia x China in Asia Cup 2004 • Usually employed in special stuations of • numeric inferiority(3x4 or 4x5) • Individual: follow man all court: demands good • Physical condition • Mixed: Individual with switch: follow man except • when switch is called

  5. DEFFENSIVE TACTICS • INDIVIDUAL/MIXED MARKING PRINCIPLES • Use marking attitudes seen before (marking attitudes) • Stay behind line of ball • Follow man (“forget ball”) • Close middle (except in full press-middle open) • Fast repositioning when ball is lost (“find your man”) • Always 4 defending, even if they attack with less players • Whenever possible, close on target • One and only team attitude (respect for system: press, • quarter of court, half court)

  6. DEFFENSIVE TACTICS • MARKING SPACE AND INTENSITY • FULL COURT/FULL PRESS: MIDDLE OPEN • QUARTER OF COURT (OPPONENT’S • HALF COURT) • HALF COURT • QUARTER OF COURT (OWN COURT)

  7. MARKING 2-2

  8. MARKING 2-2 FULL COURT MIDDLE OPEN

  9. MARKING 2-2 FULL COURT BEGIN WITH MIDDLE CLOSED

  10. MARKING 3-1

  11. MARKING 3-1

  12. MARKING 3-1 CLOSE ON TARGET

  13. MARKING 3-1 FULL PRESS

  14. DEFFENSIVE TACTICS SWITCH: USED IN ORDR NOT TO RELEASE PRESS AND TO SAVE ENERGY USUALLY WHEN BALL IS STILL OR MOVING SIDEWAYS MAN FROM BEHIND MUST CALL FOR SWITCH (OR MAN UP FRONT WHEN HE CAN SEE BOTH ATTACKERS AND CALL IN ADVANCE) MAN UP FRONT SHOULD NOT GUESS A SWITCH

  15. MARKING 3-1 FULL PRESS START WITH MIDDLE CLOSED SWITCH

  16. MARKING 3-1 SWITCH

  17. MARKING 2-2 SWITCH

  18. DEFFENSIVE TACTICS • COUNTER ATTACK MARKING • (CLOSE PASSING LINE • DONT JUMP/FOLLOW MAN AFTER PASS • KEEPER TAKES ONE-EQUALIZE NUMBER) • 4X3 MARKING • (TRIANGLE) • 5X4 MARKING • (DIAMOND)