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Coaching the Tiki Taka Style of Play

Author : Jed C. Davies
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Jed Davies outlines in detail the Tiki-Taka football philosophy popularised by Barcelona and Spain and shows you, the coach, how to implement this style of play. Davies has studied the methods used at FC Barcelona, Liverpool FC, Swansea City FC, Villarreal CF and AFC Ajax who have all developed possession based philosophies as a way of controlling and winning games. Part 1 explores the development theory that requires an understanding before you are able to produce the Tiki-Taka style of football, this includes: Establishing a Football Philosophy, Identifying Local Talent and Purposeful Training. Part 2 looks at the Tiki-Taka philosophy and how it can be developed through purpose designed training sessions. 50 practices are provided from professional clubs including FC Barcelona, AFC Ajax, Athletic Bilbao and Liverpool FC. Part 3 looks at the influential figures in the evolution of Tiki-Taka with chapters on Rinus Michels ('The Father of Football'), Johan Cruyff and Pep Guardiola among others. Part 4 looks at the Tactical Theory and provides a blueprint of how to play with the Tiki-Taka brand of football. It analyses positional systems, game realistic situations and solves tactical problems such as when the opposition are sitting in a deep low block ('Parking the Bus'), all using the advice provided from professional coaches who have been involved in the implementation of the Tiki-Taka philosophy. Included: Guardiola, Cruyff and Van Gaal's Positional Systems Ball Circulation Transition Phases Collective Pressing (inc.Barca's 6 Second Rule) Creating Goal Scoring Opportunities Tactical Solutions/Variations Individual Player Roles & Responsibilities

The Real Giants of Soccer Coaching

Author : Josh Faga
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The Real Giants of Soccer Coaching is a collection of the curated thoughts of nearly 30 top soccer coaches from around the globe. In this book, you will gain access to the depth and breadth of experience from some of the best coaches across all areas of the beautiful game: from grassroots to premier leagues and everything in between. You will learn theoretical details about tactical periodization, positional play, and the science of motor learning. You will also learn from Youth National Team coaches, NCAA National Championship winning coaches, and First Division coaches from top European clubs. This book is a resource that can direct your coaching education over and around the perilous pitfalls that often consume most coaches. After reading this book, you will have gained the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of some of the best coaches across all areas of the game. You don't have to go your coaching path alone. Take this book and bring the wisdom of these top coaches with you to help navigate every corner, turn, and hazard along your way to becoming a great coach.

Mapping the Pitch

Author : Edward Couzens-Lake
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This book takes an informal and entertaining look at some of the most influential football coaches and teams in the game’s history as well as exploring some of the origins of football’s more well-known formations and the players who were an integral part of them. By taking an informative yet informal and entertaining look at the history and evolution of football formations and tactics, the author identifies just a few of some of the pioneering figures in the early years of the game, people like Jack Hunter, the visionary coach of Blackburn Olympic who prepared his team for a crucial match by taking them to the seaside for a few days of “...hard running on the towns famous sands as well as a regular diet of oysters, and, very strictly, no beer” and the players of Queens Park FC who conceived and played tiki-taka football over a century before Pep Guardiola and his all conquering Barcelona players were even born. Mapping The Pitch also looks at some of the great international sides in the games history, including the Hungary team which so astonished and captivated the sporting world in the 1950’s, not least because of the role played by and exceptional ability of a player very few people will have heard of today, Nándor Hidegkuti, one of the forerunners of the position that made players like Pele, Cruyff and Maradona so revered in the modern game. It also explores the contemporary theme within the game that sees teams enter matches with a mentality of looking not to lose rather than to win, a telling but subtle difference between football today and how it was half a century and more ago, one typified by an emphasis on midfield domination and possession-one that is not so dissimilar to the priorities teams adopted in mob football in the middle ages. "A rich and privileged team of the upper classes set to take on the working class, cloth capped men of the town that relied upon the cotton industry to house and feed its poor against the top-hatted and tailed men of the aristocracy. There’s a big budget movie in there somewhere, one with, as it turns out, a happy ending."

Key to A Practical Course in Interactive English Grammar 9 10

Author : Madhubun
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Key to A Practical Course in Interactive English Grammar 9-10 The ebook version does not contain CD.

Spanish Football Much more than Tiki Taka

Author : Nacho Ferrer
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The Spaniards’ approach to the beautiful game is not just a matter of radical short passing combinations, or very skilled players, or organized teams during the defensive phase. It is all that and much more. For many years, in Spain we have been strongly influenced by at least a dozen different football cultures and we have been lucky to learn from all of them, resulting in the creation of our own way of understanding the game. It would be better to say ‘our own several ways of understanding the game’, because Spanish football includes Rafa Benítez, Julen Lopetegui, Pep Guardiola, Marcelino García-Toral, Ernesto Valverde, Roberto Martínez, Unai Emery, Luis Enrique at the same time… and many others whose coaching personality may be night and day, but who always keep three guidelines in common: passion for coaching, deep understanding of the game and excellence in professional performance. This book firstly analyses what we could call a ‘hybrid’ tactical approach, one of those many ways of understanding the game, and later lays out another combined idea, this time looking at the grassroots level and the management of football academies, as a summary of the best practices of the Spanish elite clubs, above all in training methodologies.

Total Football A graphic history of the world s most iconic soccer tactics

Author : Sanjeev Shetty
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The striking evolution of the world’s most iconic football tactics: How they work, why they win – and the people that made them iconic. In the early days of football, it was simple: a goalkeeper, two defenders and the rest attacked. Now the game is all about strategy. Innovative graphics and expert analyses guide you through the managers’ decisions that led to new formations, the pure talent of footballers that defined each playing style, and the matches that propelled the winning tactics to legendary status. Sanjeev Shetty explores how each tactic works and the ways in which it guaranteed victory time and time again. From catenaccio to tiki taka, Pelé to Messi and Cruyff to Guardiola, Total Football gives you a new understanding of how the beautiful game is played.

Sports Tactics

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 111. Chapters: American football strategy, Association football tactics and skills, Cricket captaincy and tactics, Fielding, Total Football, Combination Game, Formation, Offensive philosophy, History of the bicycle kick, Cricket pitch, New England Patriots strategy, American football plays, West Coast offense, Wildcat formation, Football Outsiders, Coryell offense, Long ball, Spread offense, Passing, Batting order, Catenaccio, Tiki-taka, Zone defense in American football, Result, Tampa 2, Types of bowlers in cricket, Hurry-up offense, Triple option, Anti-football, Marseille turn, Air raid offense, Zone blocking, Cricket field, Bowling strategy, Direct free kick, Reverse, Coerver Method, Curl, Nutmeg, Bouncer, Rainbow kick, Advanced NFL Stats, Clock management, Icing the kicker, Leg theory, Pel runaround move, Last man, Flo Pass, Sliding tackle, Smashmouth offense, Volley, Nickel defense, Training ground, Back foot contact, Fielding restrictions, Approach, Off theory, Rabona, Seal dribble, Push and run, Two-level defense, The Hidden Game of Football, Point of release, Cruijff Turn, Revie Plan, Step over, Bump and run coverage, Pro-style offense, Behind The Leg Flip Flap, Short of a length, Bowling action, Dime defense, One touch, Bound, Front foot contact, Grip, Follow through, Hot Route. Excerpt: There are various individual skills and team tactics needed to play effective association football (soccer). Football is in theory a very simple game, as illustrated by Kevin Keegan's famous assertion that his tactics for winning a match were to "score more goals than the opposition." However, well-organised and well-prepared teams are often seen beating teams with supposedly more skillful players, even over time. Coaching manuals and books generally cover not only individual skills but tactics as well. . Formations in football are a me...


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