with Anson Dorrance,
University of North Carolina Head Womens Soccer Coach;
22 National Collegiate Championships, 20 ACC Tournament Championships; 7x National Soccer Coach of the Year; most wins in college soccer history, distinguished member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame 2008; U.S. Womens National Team Head Coach 198694; head coach of the 1991 World Cup Team that won the gold medal.
For the first time ever, Hall of Fame Soccer Coach Anson Dorrance allows cameras inside his program as he breaks down every component of the two systems most often used at UNC: the 14231 and the 1343. Using a combination of magnet board instruction, game footage and practice footage, Coach Dorrance gives a detailed explanation of both systems, so you can decide which one works best for your team.
1343 vs. 14231
Coach Dorrance gives an indepth explanation of the roles and responsibilities of each player within both systems. Learn how to create width and depth within these systems, and understand the strengths and weaknesses of each one. See what happens when these two systems face off against each other, learning the pros and cons of both. Understand the essentials to running each system, and how each formation should look and operate on the field.
Coach Dorrance lets you into his locker room setting where he teaches his team the ins and outs of the two systems. Watch as Coach Dorrance discusses each formation with his team, helping them understand how players work together and individually. He breaks down the offensive and defensive aspects of the systems. The discussion in this segment is accompanied by game footage that highlights the topics being presented.
Get a firsthand look at how these formations appear in action on the field. Coach Dorrance breaks down each system for his players and then trains them how to play within each one. Youll see pattern play that will allow players to gain a feel for each formation followed by various types of scrimmaging that give players the chance to compete.
Discover the most important factors for using these formations to achieve a higher level of success. Use these proven training methods to implement a system that will help you win more games in the upcoming season.
89 minutes. 2014.