Football/Soccer Session (Mixed age): Rondos with called pressure (Start Time: 2014-11-12 19:00:00)

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Michael Hodge, Adult Member

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Michael Hodge
Name: Michael Hodge
City: Cardiff
Country: United Kingdom
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Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer

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A variation on the classic Rondos warm up drill. Minimum number of squares is two and there is no maximum, minimum number of players per square is four but more can be included if required. Therefore this drill is ideal for sessions with greater than eight players.

Square size is 10 by 10, or based on the players abilities. Rules are normal Rondo rules: only pressing, no tackling, two touches.

Each player is given a number in their square. Once the number is called they press the box anti-clockwise to their original square and try and win the ball. The drill ends when the first player wins the ball out of all the squares. Players then return to their original square.

Progressions include allowing the pressing player to stay in the square they have just pressed - this allows new play partnerships to form amongst the team.


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Rondos (10 mins)

A variation on the classic Rondos warm up drill. Minimum number of squares is two and there is no maximum, minimum number of players per square is four but more can be included if required. Therefore this drill is ideal for sessions with greater than eight players.

Square size is 10 by 10, or based on the players abilities. Rules are normal Rondo rules: only pressing, no tackling, two touches.

Each player is given a number in their square. Once the number is called they press the box anti-clockwise to their original square and try and win the ball. The drill ends when the first player wins the ball out of all the squares. Players then return to their original square.

Progressions include allowing the pressing player to stay in the square they have just pressed - this allows new play partnerships to form amongst the team.


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