Football/Soccer Session (Beginner): ADP GU9S Aug 4th (Start Time: 2016-08-04 18:30:00)

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Dave Beveridge, Adult Member

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Dave  Beveridge
Name: Dave Beveridge
City: Oakville
Country: Canada
Rank: Elite – 2 points
Membership: Adult Member
Sport: Football/Soccer
Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): ADP GU9'S Aug 4th

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ADP GU9'S Aug 4th (15 mins)

Warm Up:

Start with a circle with a 20 yard and then have a circle inside.

No players are allowed inside of the center circle.

With this game encourages the player with possession of the ball to look to play the ball further splitting the defenders.


Football/Soccer Session Plan Drill (Colour): ADP GU9'S Aug 4th

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ADP GU9'S Aug 4th (20 mins)

Winning the ball back quickly:

The four attackers (Blue team)try and keep the ball away from the two defenders (White Team) who have 10 seconds to try and win the ball back.

When the defenders win the ball from the attackers, they must pass it across to their two team mates waiting in the other square. As soon as they have passed the ball across, they must join thier team in the sqaure and keep possession of the ball.

Focus Points:

1. Stand the player up and don't dive in.

2. See the player and the ball at all times. Focus on the ball when defending one versus one.

3. Keep the player in front of you.

4. Bend your knees and be on your toes.

5. Be prepared to move backwards and or to the side quickly.

6. Listen to your teammates behind you. They can give you directions, such as steering the player to the touchline, inside or to make a tackle when there's an opportunity.

7. Work to make attackers make mistake - have patience and don't faill for feints.

8. Force the attacker into pressure - where there are other defenders.

9. Work to keep the ball in front of you - it's fine to let an attacker have the ball with his back turned to you away from goal. No need to foul.

10. If support is behind, increase pressure and look to win the ball.

11. Close distance while ball is traveling to the player. Make the attacker make a mistake because they think you're going to win the ball.


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