Football/Soccer Session (Mixed age): Coach as they play session/Guided Discovery (Start Time: 2014-11-13 18:30:00)

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Michael Hodge, Adult Member

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Michael Hodge
Name: Michael Hodge
City: Cardiff
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

Description

The aim of this full-session long drill is to provide coaching points and drills 'on-the-fly' based on what is occuring in the match.

Instead of building up the session to a match, this allows the squad to focus on certain elements of play they are struggling with in preparation for a match as well as giving them plenty of football-minutes.

The red zone is used for warm-up drills and consists of flat markers as to not disturb the later match. In the match if elements are not being played properly, this area becomes the drill-area.

This type of session requires an extensive knowledge of drills that can be applied to a wide range of challenges that may be created. This is made easier by pin-pointing certain likely flaws in play, these may include:

- Throw in movement and defending.

- Maintaining possession

- Pressing as a team

- Passing paterns.

It can also become a Guided Discovery type session.

Not to be used often, but it's most effective before 'big-matches'.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Setup

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Setup (90 mins)

The aim of this full-session long drill is to provide coaching points and drills 'on-the-fly' based on what is occuring in the match.

Instead of building up the session to a match, this allows the squad to focus on certain elements of play they are struggling with in preparation for a match as well as giving them plenty of football-minutes.

The red zone is used for warm-up drills and consists of flat markers as to not disturb the later match. In the match if elements are not being played properly, this area becomes the drill-area.

This type of session requires an extensive knowledge of drills that can be applied to a wide range of challenges that may be created. This is made easier by pin-pointing certain likely flaws in play, these may include:

- Throw in movement and defending.

- Maintaining possession

- Pressing as a team

- Passing paterns.

It can also become a Guided Discovery type session.

Not to be used often, but it's most effective before 'big-matches'.


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