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Common Mistakes to Correct at 11 v 11: Identifying and Solving Common Real Game Situation Problems in the Training Environment

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Identifying and Solving Common Real Game Situation Problems in the Training Environment This is a different way to look at the game, rather than highlighting what we need to do well, it shows what often goes wrong and how to fix it. These are many situations I have found happen in top level games. How many of these problems do YOU experience with your team? Many of the defensive problems as you will see can EASILY be fixed just with good 1 on 1 or unit pressing. Also defensive tactical positioning is covered; as is improvements in our attacking play. A major improvement is needed though in COMMUNICATION at youth level to help fix all errors in most cases. Contents: 1) Attacking Shape is often WAY TOO narrow 2) We lose the ball with a bad pass where we get countered quickly and caught flat 3) NOT Sliding across and changing who you mark 4) Defensive positioning to fix in defensive team shape 5) Not pressing the opponents striker all the way 6) Not pressing the ball when it is cleared out of the penalty box 7) Poor positioning in and around the 6 yard box from Crosses 8) Positioning at the back when losing the ball 9) Wide players do not recover leaving a 2 v 1 against our fullbacks 10) We defend too deep from free kicks 11) Not closing the wide player down 12) Allowing opponent midfield players to receive and turn 13) Do we drop or press up from the back? 14) Dropping then Pressing 15) They move the ball forward and keep possession; we have to press and also recover at the same time 16) We don't press together as a unit in the Attacking Third 17) Changing shape to counter the opponents who are playing a 4-3-3 18) Not using Spatial Awareness correctly "off the ball" 19) Players need to move BOTH for themselves and for teammates also. 20) How to Regain possession in the attacking third? 21) Condensing and recovery runs by the defending team on losing possession 22) Attacking Play and rotations and movements of players 23) How to create third man runs in the attacking third

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