|Rank:||Elite – 15 points|
(Taken from Youth to Pro soccer emails).
To develop movement patterns and combinations for a team to play through the thirds utilising a midfield 3.
Utilising a progressive practice structure where the 'part' will isolate the core patterns and techniques of the session to provide maximum repetition for players to practice and develop whilst promoting decision making and variety, before progressing into a 'game' elemene twhich by use of practice design constraints will allow players opportunity to develop these aspects further in a game situation.
There will also be a variation example of a session provided which can be utilised to combine the 'part' and the 'whole' within the same practice design allowing for quicker transition or to utilise more players.
1. Can you try to receive in a way that allows you to play forward early?
2. Can you try to receive in space or can you create space for a team mate to receive?
3. Can you try to provide support for the player on the ball?
4. can you try to move the ball quickly?