Hi this is Robert Stewart with Hill13.com.
So we’ve gone from individual tactics to squad tactics. Now we’re going to show how you combine
all of those and build an effective team. And use the strategies that we’ve learned
to make your team real effective. The first couple of things we’re going to talk about
are strong side, or hammer offense, a lazy defense, and then some reactive strategies
that you can employ when things do go not according to plan. So that you can pull back,
recalculate, diagnose the situation, and hopefully come up with something that will work. You
have to remember again, that whether you’re talking about your own squad and what your
objective is, or the entire team. Communication is one of the most important things in team
play. Bad communication is going to result in disorder on the field, and that’s the point
at which an effective team is going to start to pick you apart. Once you commit to a strategy,
that doesn’t mean that you ride it all the way to the ground. If things aren’t working,
change it up.