Football/Soccer Session (Reserves): Corner and Indirect Set pieces (Start Time: 2016-01-13 10:40:00)

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Mike Ditta, Adult Member

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Mike Ditta
Name: Mike Ditta
City: Yorba Linda
Country: United States of America
Rank: Elite – 3 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Corner Kick Dummy Play

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Corner Kick Dummy Play

18 Dummy

Player A takes corner kick with an outswinger ball driven on the ground to player B (the dummy). Just prior to corner kick, player B makes a short 2 yard run to the far post to get defender off balance and out of area. The ball is played on top of the 18 yard box. Player B must sell that he is going to shoot the ball first time and dummies the ball. Player C runs on to shoot first time. Players D and E frame the goal by standing one yard outside each goal post. This widens the target for the shooter as they may deflect and shot off target into the goal.

Emphasis

If player C is marked by a defender, an extra defender may make a run far post to get that defender away from the ultimate target player C. Player B must be a strong physical and quick player who can ensure that the ball is dummied otherwise a counter attack is possible. 2nd to last defender F must line up on the side of the ball to pressure and delay if a counter attack occurs.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Free Kick Touch and Overlap Play

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Free Kick Touch and Overlap Play

Wide run

The touch and overlap play is designed to keep possession of the ball and create a 2 v 1 play resulting in a shot on goal or a cross into the dangerous area of the goal. Player A gives a short 1 yard touch to Player B and then makes an overlapping run around Player B. Player B dribbles at pace at defender and looks to dribble in behind defender or pass down the line to Player A. If the pass is made, then Player A will cross the ball into the dangerous area of the goal. If Player B gets in behind the defender, then he can shoot on target or combine with one of the players on top of the 18 yard box or play the ball wide to the right side.

Emphasis


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Free Kick Touch and Overlap Against 2 Defenders

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Free Kick Touch and Overlap Against 2 Defenders

Long into target with lay off

If 2 defenders are brought to defend against the touch and overlap, a target player (T) can be placed on the corner of the 18 yard box. Player B splits the 2 defenders to the target player. Target player can turn and shoot, play the ball wide to overlapping player A or lay off to Player B who then shoots on frame.

Emphasis

Target Player T must be isolated with no other attacking players around so that we don't attrack additional defenders. This play can be executed anywhere on the attacking half.


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