Football/Soccer Session (U11): (Foundation) Shooting & Defending II

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Alex Sabatini
Name: Alex Sabatini
City: kleinburg
Country: Canada
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Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Shooting & Defending II

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Shooting & Defending II

Shooting and Defending II

Practice Organisation

-Area 25x15Yds, with appropriate size goal at each end, as illustrated.

-14 Players (incl. 2GKs) with outfield player, arrange in 2 teams of 6.

-Supply o balls with coach on half way.

-1 team attackers, 1 team defends

-Practice starts with: Coach rolls ball to A team, player decides how many players will attack, and what the size of the overload will be. Ds send out a number of players, depending on number of attackers.

-If A’s score: same players continue and attack opposite goal with new ball rolled-in by coach.

-If D’s gain possession: players attempt to counter-attack to conclude practice.

Detail

-Area can be modified, depending on age and ability of players.

-Decision to shoot first time.

-Feints and dribbling skill to eliminate D

-Assess position of GK

-Shooting skill to employ to beat GK

-Looking for and finishing rebounds

-Simple progressions for this practice are:

-- If GK saves: D’s look to receive ball rolled to them in continuous play and aim to counter attack

-- Encourage A’s to bear an opponent to create overload before looking to pass to team mate

Key coaching Points

-If 1v1: looking for a skill move to bear D before quickly moving into scoring range

-In 2v1, 3v2 situation: how to make it difficult for D’s to defend effectively if outnumbered.

-Look to eliminate D with individual skill

-When and where to pass and selection of passing technique

-Role of the players off the ball

U9’s – The players should be able to complete the Learning outcomes under passive pressure.

U10’s – The players should be able to complete the Learning outcomes at pace, under passive pressure.

U11’s – The players should be able to complete the Learning outcomes with increased pace, under passive pressure.


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