Modern Soccer Coach: Pressing and the XL Bundle (Limited Time and Quantity!)
This is a product bundle of Gary Curneen's book Modern Soccer Coach: Pressing and a Duktig Brand XL. These two products work great together; delve into Curneen's analysis of pressing in today's game, and then use the XL to implement his ideas into your team's sessions!
Modern Soccer Coach: Pressing by Gary Curneen
Pressing has become one of the hottest coaching topics in recent years and it's easy to see why. It has the ability to expose defenders in possession, frustrate opposing teams, and create waves of attacking momentum that can help win games. This book studies top coaches like Pep Guardiola, Diego Simeone, Jurgen Klopp, Marceol Bielsa, Brendan Rodgers, Anson Dorrance, and Mauricio Pochettino, who may not have invented pressing, but have taken it to new levels by developing unique systems to suit the demands of the game today. In addition, they have successfully created team cultures in which players are prepared to go above and beyond for one another.
Aimed at coaches of all levels, Modern Soccer Coach: Pressing offers a unique insight into the different areas that coaches must address when developing a successful pressing system, including developing play models, training methodology, player profiles, scouting system, team culture and the philosophy of the coach.
This book is also a practical resource that helps coaches create and design a pressing template specifically for their team. Filled with over 45 sessions, this workbook will allow you to create an environment that helps your players embrace the defensive side of the game and will take your team to the next level. (For more information on Modern Soccer Coach click here)
The Duktig Brand XL has more space to diagram and more space for notes. A great companion to Modern Soccer Coach: Pressing, the XL is perfect for when you need the space to think and experiment.
A softcover black exterior
Black stitching for flexible binding
Dot grid paper throughout
7x10 inches of writing space on every page
Perforated pages in the back
As any coach knows, training is not a perfect science. Some days it seems more like an art. The perfect passing pattern, that session that builds on itself, those moments when something clicks inside a player’s head.
This is where those moments are born. Where the game you watched last week, the game you lost last year, and the comment you heard at training all come together. Where you can create and hone and start all over again.