Coaching Pointers

Dispersal: Length, width and depth.
Support: Always be available. Forward, inside and backwards options.
Movement: Become a free man.
Penetration: Think forward, try to play forward.
Security: Thinking about regaining possession whilst in possession.

1v1

Game 1:

  • Play for a period of twenty minutes.
  • The team that makes the most successful passes wins.
  • Any goal scored adds ten passes to the total.

The idea is to get the players to enjoy the ball. They will naturally start to move it quicker.

Game 2:

  • No time limit.
  • First team to 150 passes wins the game
  • Any goal scored adds ten passes to the total.

The idea is that as the total increases the pressure and intensity from the defending team will increase.

You can either reduce the pitch size.

Game 3:

  • No time limit.
  • First team to 300 passes wins the game.
  • Passes in your own half count as one.
  • Passes in the oppositions half count as two.
  • Any goal scored adds ten passes to the total.

This will encourage the team in possession to play higher up the pitch.

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