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Here is the presentation

You can download from this site too. Let me know your thoughts

http://www.slideshare.net/Kieran85uk/rondos-how-to-use-spains-secret-weapon




This is quality stuff Kiery, if no problem I will share with our club coaches.
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Not a problem, please share it if you think others would like it.
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Not a problem, please share it if you think others would like it.

Good luck in the future Kiery....its been.............emotional

p.s. We might cross paths again on an uncensored forum sometime

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Kiery, thanks again. Really enjoy the slides. I think my main questions are about the 1st, 2nd, 3rd line passes. The split pass is what we worked on with my kid's team last season and what my adult (middle-aged) team needs to work on now. We use 2nd line and someone still has to win a 1v1 duel. Inefficient.

It seems like the two main opportunities to use the 3rd line more are on the wings (whether thru or not) and thru the middle at zone 14. To keep it very simple, are those our two main cases to start with?
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The utopia would be to use ALL the skills learned in Rondos in the full competitive cauldron of match play - A kind of Rondo Pattern Play if you like [biggrin]
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Guys there is a 15 min preview to the new Rondos webinar on youtube. Check it out and let me know if it's useful.




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Kieran,
I know you're giving a presentation at the Inspire.football conference at Mile End Into centre London the 12th & 13th December.
If you can, could you give a brief synopsis on how it went (obviously only non copyrighted material??)

Would have loved to have been there and met you, to chat about the forum of course and in particular, Spanish Goalkeeping programs that reflect the difference between Tiki Taka and the current fav of pressing counter attack.

Hope it goes/went well for you personally.

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Kieran,
I know you're giving a presentation at the Inspire.football conference at Mile End Into centre London the 12th & 13th December.
If you can, could you give a brief synopsis on how it went (obviously only non copyrighted material??)

Would have loved to have been there and met you, to chat about the forum of course and in particular, Spanish Goalkeeping programs that reflect the difference between Tiki Taka and the current fav of pressing counter attack.

Hope it goes/went well for you personally.



Kev,

I presented on Sunday and it went well thank you, and I have had some great feedback, which is good. I presented on Juego de Posicion aka Positional Play, which is my passion and it was a great experience.

The event itself was very good and there were some great speakers. Mark Sampson, Paul Power of Prozone and Jed Davies(tactical consultant) were personal highlights; but Mick Beale of Liverpool and Louis Lancaster of Watford also presented.

You should have sent me a message through the site before the event, Kev and I would have put your name down to come along as my guest.

In terms of material, My presentation on the site in a week or so but you need to pay the subscription to see all the presentations. Not sure how much that is sorry.

I am back in London now Kev so fire me a DM if you fancy catching up at some point.
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I'll see what I can do......glad it went well
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