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NOVEMBER 2010

NEW!

SOCCER
COACHING PRACTICES FROM ENGLISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE MANAGERS AND COACHES
SUNDERLAND

DECISIVE DEFENDING
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STEVE BRUCE

•Asindividuals•Aspairs •Againstoverloads
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CARDIFF CITY

ROCHDALE

STOCKPORT COUNTY

DAVE JONES Penalty Box Battles

KEITHHILL Cutting Out Counter-Attacks

PAUL SIMPSON The Back Four

BOBBY DAVISON High Tempo Attack & Defend

ENGLAND UNDER-19s

LMA AMBASSADOR

STEVE FOLEY Quick Play In The Penalty Box

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Dear C Coach, Sunderland’s Steve Brucehas dipped into his Sunde wealt of experience - as both a manager and wealth pl player - to bring us a tremendous session on defending in this month’s Elite Soccer. The Black Cats are now a real force in the Barclays Premier League, and the former Manchester United defender gives us an idea why, describing the best way to defend as individuals and a pair. And straight from the training ground wehave five more insightful sessions. Cardiff City boss Dave Jones, who took the Bluebirds into the Championship automatic promotion places at the end of October, offers a routine on penalty box battles, while Rochdale manager Keith Hill describes how protecting against counter-attacks has been so valuable for his side in recent seasons. Stockport County boss Paul Simpson looks at the structure of theback four, while England Under-19 coach Bobby Davison offers a view on high tempo attacking and defending. And to conclude, we have a session involving quick movement in the box from LMA Ambassador Steve Foley. We’re sure these insightful tactical contributions from some of the best coaches in the game will help you get the most out of your players. Enjoy the issue and we’ll see you again nextmonth,

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