Defence Buzz Switch by Brummie

Buzz Switching refers to methods of stifling handler movement, using the current positions of defensive team mates to your advantage and negating offensive advantages. The name comes from American players who first noticed these tactics employed by the Japanese team Buzz Bullets.

Intelligent defence is the difference between a great defensive team and a world class defensive team. Buzz switching, when done right, can stifle offensive plays and prevent certain goals, encouraging “one more pass”. Over the course of a game “one […]

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