Football/Soccer Session (Moderate): 2004 Boys Summer #4

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David Barbier, Adult Member

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David Barbier
Name: David Barbier
City: Stittsville
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 2 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Eliminating the opponent with a wall pass

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Eliminating the opponent with a wall pass (30 mins)

Organization:

5 Players minimum with the area being as large or small based on the age/ability of the players involved.

Starting Point:

Player A, plays OUT to Player B, who plays BACK to Player A.

Player A then plays a THROUGH pass to C, accelerates past Player D, to receive a wall pass and plays a 1-2 pass back to Player C and takes his/her position.

Player C then repeats the passing sequence the opposite direction by passing OUT to Player D, who passes BACK to Player C, who then plays THROUGH to the next Player in the line.

Action:

Once the players have learned the sequence and over come the learning curve, the goal is to play as many passes on their first touch.

Player B and D won't move in the sequence so don't forget about them. Change them up once in a while. I found using my strikers and center mids there to work on their ability to play wall passes through the middle of the pitch was quite effective but obvioussly anyone can go there and should go there.

Coaching Points:

Proper foot to pass with (pretend the defender is the cone)

Wall pass players check away and to, check shoulder, fix shape, receive half turn and lay a nice set pass

Once the player starts the sequence, they should take a step to the side to suck the defender in the direction to the get around the corner for the return pass

The long pass needs to be with the right foot since we're passing that way and to the right of the cone for the receiving player to avoid the defender (the cone)

The receiving player fo the logn pass should check away and to etc. as always and use their left foot to play the ball in for the overlapping run

The pass back from the overlapper needs to be to the near foot to help protect the ball from the defender.

Lots of details in this quick moving drill. Great to get the kids moving and have their details challenged.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): Everton Box Passing Drill progression

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Everton Box Passing Drill progression (30 mins)

Everton Box Passing Drill for 3 cm movement

•Set up a 40x20 grid with 2 cones in the middle of the grid 10 yards apart. 2 more cones 10 yards closer from the middle cones.

•Have a line of people at each cone around the grid and 1 person on each of the 4 cones in the middle.

player with a 1 marker check away from the ball opposite them and check to the ball. They receive a pass from player 2, check their shoulder, fix their shape, receive on the half turn and make a pass to the player marked 3 who has moved forward to join into the play.

Player 4 and 5 are assuming attacking cm roles and switch with one another to get onto the ball.

Player 3 passes to player 4 who has switched with player 5. Player 4 now sets to player 1 who switches the piutch to player 6 who is now ready to run the same shape on the other side with player 7 acting in the holding cm role that player 1 did previously.


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