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Yorkshire Blue

Super Moderator
Staff member
Oct 27, 2003
Interesting piece from Tim Wigmore on how set piece training is undervalued.

It also included a link to this brilliant piece on Sheffield Utd's set pieces

With Turner our only real target from set pieces, I'd love us to try and work on some of these moves - both the short free-kicks - that Northampton free-kick against Luton is a thing of beauty - and the way to free Turner up with better blocking.

I think the last time we tried something as intricate as that was under Spud against Watford when two free-kick takers ran into each other.