Football/Soccer Session (Difficult): Available overload/rondo areas for a 433 v 442/4231 matchup

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Ken Sweda
Name: Ken Sweda
City: Naperville
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 7 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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Creating overloads/rondos to play out from the back


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This diagram will provide suitable areas to create and use overloads/rondos to build from the back in a 433 when playing against a 442 or 4231.

In the buildup phase (starting from the keeper), a 433 can take on the appearance of a 2323 as shown, and a 4231 may in fact resemble a 442 or 4411. The shaded areas reflect where overloads can be exploited using rondos.

This option begins with an overload in and around the box that can be exploited with rondo principles, and shows an option to create another overload in a wide area.


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Second option: through the middle (4v2 or 5v2/3).


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