Don Goodman: Split the defence

With the right movement between the strikers, former Wolves forward Don Goodman, scorer of 160 career goals, believes you can destabilise a team’s rearguard, and watch the foundations crumble beneath it.

“It’s a game of chess. You have to drag defenders where they don’t want to go,” said the former West Brom frontman.

“Kidology and movement are vital if you want to exploit central defenders.”

Spare 1 minute and 28 seconds of your life to find out the secrets to breaking a defensive partnership.

Also see:
Don Goodman: Warming up as a sub
Don Goodman: Play off a target man
Don Goodman: Improve endurance
Strikers: How to work the channels
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