2015年7月16日木曜日

Football Tactics, 4, Collisions with opponent teams

In the previous books (Football tactics 1, 2, and 3), the theme was how to construct what a team should do. In these books, no opponent team was considered. In this book, discussed is a theory of the football tactics to achieve a goal of a game (win or draw). For this aim, the main subject in this book is `collisions with other teams.' Collisions in football are described and discussed. In this book, it is assumed that there is no difference in abilities of the players. 


In Chapter 2, described are collisions of various levels (e.g., club, tactical action, formation, and many-to-many). In Chapter 3, collisions of the tactical actions are discussed. In Chapter 4, discussed is a rudimentary examination of the collision process between formations at midfield. 
Contents 

Chapter 1 Introduction 
1.1 The purpose of this book 
1.2 The contents of this book 

Chapter 2 Various collisions in football 
2.1 Introduction 
2.2 Collisions in various levels 
2.3 Collisions of the tactical actions 
2.4 Collision of many-to-many 

Chapter 3 Details of collisions between the tactical actions 
3.1 Introduction 
3.2 Combinations of the tactical actions 
3.3 Examples of collisions of the tactical actions 
3.4 Deployment of the tactical actions 

Chapter 4 Collisions of formations of BO and ND at midfield 
4.1 Introduction 
4.2 Ways of movements of the players 
4.3 Collisions between formations 

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