Registered: 1379809986 Posts: 86
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Watch goal #1 off the corner. Teammate grams his teammates jersey. Doesn't seem accidental, is there a tactical reason for this?
Registered: 1139809510 Posts: 986
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The player holding the shirt is the one that scores. He would benefit from feeling exactly when the player in front of him starts to cut back toward him to clear the space. The player feeling his pull on shirt would know that he was ready to move into that space as soon as he leaves it. I guess this way you could communicate by feeling it, but I've never noticed it before.
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Interesting and keen observation. Maybe there is also less visual indicator to the markers who is about to cut right and who is about to cut left while the two attackers have the faster non-visual communication that is hidden behind the back of the first player?
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He created more space for himself.
__________________ Said Van Gaal, "So this trainer wants to win. So he makes substitutions. It's simple."
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Anyone who has never dealt with football and therefore does not catch all these details during the game, I advise him to see the first half of an hour at this site
http://sportyhl.com. A fantastic view of how United sets up how the players are moving. Superb short. __________________ Carrie