Player Relationships in Pressing

Pressing in part or all of the game is en vogue. I saw this good article that breaks down the basics. Good to show to players so they can hear it from another voice.

If a team decides to apply pressure on the ball, they have to coordinate their off the ball actions in order to be successful. A team might get away with winning the ball with rogue, individual actions against the balls, but not consistently, for long.

Many teams start running towards the ball mindlessly, without a clear idea of their pressing approach. There are several questions for the players to answer in order for the press to work on a team tactical level.

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