TOPIC: ADVANCED PLAYER CONCEPTS -FC BARCELONA
ADVANCED PLAYER CONCEPTS -FC BARCELONA 2 years, 7 months ago #824
I AM STARTING TODAY THE ME ADVANCED PLAYER EDUCATION PROGRAM. THIS IDEAS ARE FOR THE ADVANCED PLAYER WHO MUST TAKE TIME TO LEARN THE TACTICS AND TECHNNIQUES OF THE ELITE/PRO PLAYER.
YOU MAY SEE THE DIAGRAMS AT FC SAINT LOUIS ON FACEBOOK.
DOTTED LINE IS THE BALL MOVEMENT
SOLID IS RUN WO BALL
DOTTED SQUIGGLY IS DRIBBLING.
I WANT OUR PLAYERS TO BE GREAT DRIBBLERS, BUT AS SEEN HERE, YOU MUST PASS THE BALL QUICKLY TO MAKE THE SPACE TO DRIBBLE. THERE WILL BE TIMES AS SHOWN HERE, THAT PLAYERS WILL MAKE A PASS AND GET IT BACK.
I LIKE THESE DIAGRAMS ALSO BECAUSE THE SHOW THE RUNS WITHOUT THE BALL TO GET OUT OF A SPACE THEN SHOW BACK INTO IT TO KEEP POSSESSIONS. THIS IS WHAT IS CALLED MOVEMENT OFF THE BALL.
IF YOU WISH TO CREATE SPACE MOVE!
FC Barcelona v Chelsea
The following situation is a very good example of how Barcelona maintain possession with combination play so that the final product creates very dangerous offensive opportunities.
The build-up starts by playing through Busquets (28) to the defensive line. At the same time the fullbacks fake a run forward and came back to support in case the central defenders (3, 24) are pressured. The strikers (8,10) push up and the RMF (6) makes appropriate movements in midfield.
Again, the midfiled plays amajor role in distributing the ball. When the team in position of the ball plays from the back, the opponent views this as a chance to pressure even more because it might create a breakthrough. But it gives Barca the possession of the ball that they want.
Building on this, quick ball distribution and combination play under pressure and in tight spaces creates momentum for very dynamic attacks. It’s shown here that three opposite players ended up behind the ball and an additional three are concentrated in the middle within close range of each other. Touré (24) plays to Iniesta (8) who plays a one-touch pass to Xavi (6) who has support as well.
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