3 responses to “4-3-3”

  1. Aron says:

    I like the 4-3-3 system in particular with girl’s teams. His point about how forwards can be static is spot on. You have to work very hard with your forwards to create movement. I usually teach the two closest forwards to the ball to move together just like you would in a 2 forward. Once I get them on the same page then I talk to the 3rd forward how they can get involved off these player’s runs

  2. Footie4Life says:

    I like the concept of breaking up the lines

  3. Kwah says:

    The NSCAA classifies the 4-3-3 and 4-5-1 as the same thing…I find it interesting that most international teams are switching to this system, while the US is still stuck on the 4-4-2.

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