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Put your opponents on their heels and the ball in goal! Use the strategies, plays, skills, and drills of Attacking Soccer to develop a high-powered offensive team that will take your club, high school, or college league by storm. The expert contributing coaches cover the following:- Playing out of the thirds- Possession soccer- Changing points of attack- Quick counterattacks and transitions- Flank attacks- Offensive patterns of play- Restart plays- Individual skill developmentEditor Joe Luxbacher, head coach at the University of Pittsburgh, has assembled many of the game's top offensive-minded coaches including Dave Sarachan of D.C. United, Jay Hoffman of the U.S. Women's National Team, former Tampa Bay Mutiny coach John Kowalski, and college coaches Dean Foti of Syracuse, Sam Koch of Massachusetts, and Dave Masur of St. John's. Each coach explains and illustrates a specific aspect of developing an attacking offense, helping you develop and implement the tactics, skills, and drills that are needed to maximize scoring opportunities.
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Joe Luxbacher (born February 10, 1951 in Beadling, Pennsylvania) is a former head men's soccer coach at University of Pittsburgh.
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