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Ferguson and Wenger’s 4-2-3-1 PDF

Ferguson and Wenger’s 4-2-3-1 PDF

This is your free eBook, “Ferguson and Wenger’s 4-2-3-1”.

This eBook will give you an inside look at how the tactics of these two great managers have developed over time and how they came to use the 4-2-3-1 with their world-class teams.

Two of the most pivotal positions in this system are the traditional #6 (defensive midfielder) and the #10 (attacking playmaker).

Given their importance in the success of a team playing the 4-2-3-1, special attention is paid to these players in this eBook.

The author, Stevie Grieve, shows you how to train your players to master the techniques and tactics of these positions to give your team the advantage over the competition.

Grieve has coached in his home country of Scotland where he developed players that went on to be selected by various Elite Youth Academy Teams each season.

He also spent time coaching in New Jersey , USA with three different youth academies before moving back to Scotland to coach at Dundee.

He spent two seasons at Dundee as the U17 coach before moving to Raith Rovers then East Fife, where he was employed both times as a talent scout and youth coach.

Grieve then made the move abroad to Intersoccer in Switzerland, where he continues to work today as a youth coach and coach development consultant.

In his current role Grieve helps to develop the structure for educating coaches in how to put the right skills in the right order to accelerate skills acquisition.

He is now the head coach of, the Swiss team FC Gland 3.

There is a lot more to know about the 4-2-3-1 beyond the roles and responsibilities of the #6 and #10 players. Grieve has created a complete overview of the 4-2-3-1.

Everything is included from a history of its evolution to how to train your team in every aspect of play.

You can click HERE to see more about this great resource which is available both in eBook and hard copy forms.

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