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Wide Wide Attack: Integrating forwards into the attacking line with Wayne Smith

In this module we will look at how we integrate forwards into the attacking line after a wide strike move. The way defensive systems are in the modern game means we need to utilise forwards as attacking players. I’ll show you a simple structure that you can put into practice.

Part 1. Wide Wide Attack: Integrating forwards into the attacking line   26:24 Member content

In this module we will look at how we integrate forwards into the attacking line after a wide strike move. The way defensive systems are in the modern game means we need to utilise forwards as attacking players. I’ll show you a simple structure that you can put into practice.

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Course Part 1
Extras Includes a companion PDF
Duration 26:24
Topics Attack Espanol
Applicable to Coaches  
Languages English , Español

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Course reviews

muy bien explicado el por que!

Argentina

An excellent module by Wayne, this style of play helped us win the league title and County Cup.

England

difficult to separate backs from forwards

USA

si se ejecuta la opcion A (jugar con el 9) , se deshace la estructura del 10 ? como se reiniciaria es ese caso ? osea el 10 quedaria solo y solamente quedaria armada la estructura del 12.?

Argentina

This module has inspired my game strategy for this season. I have a very athletic forwards pack and this system works great!

Canada

Fantastic but after about 5 mins it feezes and I have to restart each time

Great Britain & Northern Ireland

would like to but videos keep freezing

South Africa

Just finished a coaching session with Graham Henry and Wayne Smith so this just helps to get the wheels in motion and I can hardly wait to implement some of their ideas with my schoolboy team in the spring. Dennis Quigley- British Columbia,Canada

Canada

As the other guys have said already, this is a great video. Admittedly though, I had to watch it a few times to completely understand the structure and think out who went where of different situations. Something I have tried to do as a coach is integrate the forwards into an attacking game plan that isn’t limited to ‘pick an go’ around the edge of the ruck. What this structure with a flat, inside, and late runners off a playmaker does is clearly set out the role of each player while empowering the players to make their own decisions in attack whether it be to attack out wide or tight. From my experience this makes the players enjoy the game more because they are living in the moment opposed to following a rigid pattern like crash, crash, wide regardless of how a team defends. As always a great presentation by Wayne Smith, asking for the players opinions while allowing the players to make their own decisions without criticism.

Ireland

This in my opinion is one of the best modules on here, both the theory and the means of delivery via practice come together well, so that players have a focus and role off first phase, which is realistic to their prior effort and applicable to games. Worked really well in a session. This its why its a good site, keep them coming.

Great Britain & Northern Ireland

Great module. Timing ideal as we are progressing as a team from lead and late and while successful we were losing our shape on wide ball. Great way to keep threats in the 15 mtr wide channels. Thanks Wayne

England

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