Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): Crossing and finishing

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Massimo Miotto, Adult Member

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Massimo Miotto
Name: Massimo Miotto
City: Cardiff
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: Elite – 0 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Multi direction game

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Multi direction game (10 mins)

Equipment:

cones

bibs

goals

balls

flats

Organization:

Part 1 of this multi direction session will last 10 mins. Both teams have wide midfield's they will have alternatives attacks from one goal to another. Each ball will start from the keeper and be played out wide, the wide midfielder will work together to get a ball crossed into the strikers to try and score.

Coaching Points:

First Touch

Positioning

Quality of delivery

Movement

Awareness

Trigger

Body Position

Communication


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): SSG

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SSG (20 mins)

The small sided games will be an normal game, however the players not involved in part 1 are now in making this a 9v9 this game will last 20 mins approx.

Objective/Scenario

Champions League Final Milan (Red) vs Inter (Blue). Milan are winning 2-1 seeing the game out Inter are looking to win it.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Screen 3

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Description

setup as described in MDG slide. work with both teams

Feelings

I felt that both teams understood the learning outcomes.

sometime I feel the MDG wasnt entirely realistic to the 11v11

game

Evaluation

A good point of the session was that during the MDG, the topic

came out and everyone knew exactly what was wanted from the

session. A bad point was that sometimes the CMS was playing

quite unrealistic as to begin with, these were unopposed and

could play anywhere with no pressure.

Analysis

The session flowed well into the SSG with obvious progressions

for both teams as both teams had the same objectives

Conclusion

Although a b license session, i think c license detail needed to be

added especially to the wide players as a lot of the time the attack

broke down due to poor technique

Action plan

Instead of worrying about strikers runs all the time, break down wingers and fullbacks technique to ensure this is the first step that is

done well to ensure the ball makes it to the box to give the strikers half a chance


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