The idea of this post is to explain why WE SHOULD NOT TACKLE, but instead try to force a mistake from the opposition. We share some ideas but also stats on how the Belgium team recovered the ball in the last World Cup where they became Champions.
La idea de este post es explicar por qué NO DEBEMOS QUITAR, pero, en cambio, intentar forzar el error de los rivales. Compartimos algunas ideas y estadísticas de la selección de Bélgica en el último mundial. donde fueron campeones.
Como dijimos en nuestro bloqueo inicial, idealmente, deberíamos intentar que la bocha no entre dentro de nuestra casa, buscando que los rivales jueguen hacia afuera, hacia las líneas, donde nosotros tenemos establecidas nuestras Zonas de Recuperación.
Now that we know the basics, we will go further, starting to establish how our structure will work when the ball starts moving, and what we have to do in order to get the ball where we want it: The established Recovery Zones.
Cuando perdemos la bocha, tenemos que defender para recuperarla. No me gusta que mis equipos corran y gasten energía defendiendo, es por eso que, es fundamental tener una buena estructura defensiva y debemos trabajar (mucho más) en ella.
Unfortunately, when we lose the ball, we have to defend to get it back. As I am a very anxious guy, I want the ball back as quickly as possible to keep playing. I don’t like my teams running and wasting energy defending, that is why, having a good structure is really important, and we need to work (much more) on it.
When you are winning, and the game is about to finish, there is one big priority: Try to keep the ball as far from your goal as possible.
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New post from our friend Andreu Enrich. As always, worth the read! The present text emerges with the aim of bringing light to the famous dialectic between mechanisms and principles. …