Football/Soccer Session (U15): Passing combinations in a 4-4-2 Diamond (Start Time: 2016-05-25 16:00:00)

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Luke Ogilvie, Adult Member

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Luke Ogilvie
Name: Luke Ogilvie
City: Belfast
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: Elite – 1 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Drill

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Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Drill
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Drill (15 mins)

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5 reds, 5 yellows, 3 blues

area size 12 x 24 yards

The Session

- The 5 reds keep possession using the 3 blues.

- the 5 reds must make 10 passes to score a goal. Once they have scored, the yellows replace them as the attacking team.

- However if the yellows win possession of the ball before reds make thier 10 passes, they then become the attacking team.

- Whoever the attacking team is, they must keep in shape as above to allow for all passing outcomes.

- If the attacking team fail to keep their corner players in the corner, then penalise them by becoming the defending team.

- Play always starts from a pass out of a corner

Key Points

- Keep the Diamond shape in the middle of the pitch.

- Quality and strenght of the pass

- Quick Transitions

- Defenders try to cut off passing lanes

- The 3 blues must be CMF's as should the Red/Yellow central player


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG

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SSG (30 mins)

Numbers

6 Reds, 6 Blues, 2 GK's

area size 1/2 pitch practice iwth 2 offside lines 12 yards from the bi-line

The Session

- Continuing from the drill, keep in the shape of a 442 diamons with 2 high and wide players.

- The ball is played from the GK, into the 4, the ball is then played through midfield and into the 10.

- The 10 looks to play a pass around the corner to the 11 or 9 to break the offside line and score.

- The 9 or 11 can be followed into the box by their respective defenders.

- If the blues win the ball challenge the reds to win the ball back within 7 seconds, keep possession and build another attack.

Key Points

- Quick Transitions.

- 11 and 9 to track back and defend.

- Keep team shape.

- GK to vary the passes out to the attacking team. play into the 7 or 8 as well as the 4

- can we create a route to 10

- 10 sets the 7 or 9 who plays in the 11 or 9


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