eBook: Pressing in Soccer

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eBook: Pressing in Soccer


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Author: Ralf Peter - Edited by: Peter Schreiner - Editor: Institute of Youth soccer - Graphics by: Peter Schreiner, Ralf Peter - Pages: 113 - Graphics: 82

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eBook: Pressing in Soccer

Author: Ralf Peter
Edited by: Peter Schreiner
Editor: Institute of Youth soccer
Graphics by: Peter Schreiner, Ralf Peter

Pages: 113 - Graphics: 82

 

Content:

Basic strategies

Defining Pressing

What to consider with regards to Pressing?

Types of Pressing

  1. Midfield Pressing – The Most Common Type of Pressin
  2. High Pressure
  3. Low Pressure

 

Basics on Pressing

  1. Tactical behaviour of two Forwards?
  2. Through Ball
  3. Pressure - Cover
  4. Approach – Deny - Force
  5. Putting opponents under pressure when receiving the ball
  6. Options of Wide Midfielders
  7. Delaying an opponent
  8. Approaching an opponent
  9. Forcing an opponent

Winning the Ball – Analysis and Comparison:

  1. Midfield Pressing as the most common type of Pressing
  2. Advantages of Midfield Pressing
  3. Attackers defending on an angle
  4. Attackers not positioned too far advanced
  5. Keeping central areas compact
  6. Showing inside or outside?
  7. Starting points of Pressing situations
  8. Doubling-up after receiving the ball
  9. Approaching the Fullback
  10. Doubling-up in central areas
  11. Doubling-up with tactical perfection

Errors on Midfield Pressing

  1. Forward‘s position too far advanced
  2. Both Forwards level
  3. Wide Midfielder‘s position too far inside
  4. Wide Midfielder‘s position too far outside
  5. Wide Midfielder‘s position too far advanced
  6. Wide Midfielder’s position too deep
  7. Closest Forward should apply pressure
  8. Wide Midfielder being impatient
  9. Tactical behaviour of the furthest Wide Midfielder
  10. Escaping the Pressing situation
  11. Showing outside
  12. Options against this type of Midfield Pressing
  13. Approach on an angle
  14. Doubling-up
  15. Detailed tactical behaviour
  16. Holding Midfielder’s position too far inside
  17. Fullback’s position too far inside
  18. Closest Fullback’s position too close to the opposing Wide Midfielder
  19. Poor tactical positioning of the closest Centre Back.

Game Situations and Solutions - Midfield Pressing

  1. Good tactical behaviour of Centre Backs
  2. The attacking team escaping Pressing situations
  3. Dropping off as a tactical element

Training Sessions on Midfield Pressing

  1. Training recommendations on „Showing Inside“ when Pressing in Midfield
  2. TS 01: 3 v 4 on the flanks – „Showing Inside“
  3. TS 02: 4 v 3 on the flanks (both sides) - „Showing Inside“
  4. TS 03: Midfield Pressing in a 6 v 6
  5. TS 04: 4 v 3 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“
  6. TS 05: 4 v 3 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“ (both sides)
  7. TS 06: 4 v 5 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“ – both sides (2)
  8. TS 06: 2 v 1 – Doubling-Up in central areas
  9. TS 07: 2 v 3 – Doubling-Up with Holding Midfielder and Attacking Midfielder
  10. TS 08: 2 v 3 using the double-18 yard box
  11. TS 09a: 2 v 1 using the double-18 yard box (1)
  12. TS 09b: 2 v 1 using the double-18 yard box (2)
  13. TS 10: 3 v 2 using the double-18 yard box
  14. TS 11: 3 v 2 on both sides
  15. TS 12: 4 v 3 on one half of the field (both sides)
  16. TS 13: 8 v 8 – Teaching Midfield Pressing

High Pressure (Forechecking)

Low Pressure

Training Sessions on Low Pressure:

 

TS Low Pressure 1:

  1. 8 v 8 with two dribble-gates and one pass-gate (Mini goal)
  2. Simulation of passing into Forwards

 

TS Low Pressure 2:

  1. 8 v 8 + 1 with limited passing options
  2. Long balls into Forwards

 

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