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Place a supply of balls in each goal. Procedure 1 3 2 1. Start with 11 players on the field. They pass the ball around as if they are possessing the ball out of the back. Then they play back to the keeper, who picks out one of the highest players (for example, a winger in a 1-4-3-3 system). GK 2. 8/485534/alw/r2 they will pick up the knockdown (second ball) and attack the opponent’s goal. Once the players pick up the knockdown, they attack in a one- or two-touch rhythm and end up with a shot on goal.
The keeper makes the save and then distributes using a bowl roll to the first shooter in the opposite line, who is streaking forward and has to shoot on the first touch. The bowl must be accurate, correctly paced, and simple to run onto and strike. 3. If the other keeper makes the save from this shooter, then he distributes using the bowl technique to the next shooter in the other line and the exercise continues in this manner. 4. If the shot misses the goal or is scored, the coach plays a ball to the goalkeeper to field with his hands and distribute to the next shooter.
It was still informal and social, but now it was with a ball—the players were passing, and it was not easy to play this 5v2. One touch in a 10 10 grid, especially if the defenders turn up the heat, is a significant challenge. Of course, 20 passes for us was near impossible, but Carlos convinced me to stay with that as a goal and to stay with one touch. Additionally, any nick by a defender would trade out the defender who nicked it. These details pushed our players. Because our 5v2s began like the men’s, when seven players arrived, we maximized our time to complete passes in training, and those who showed up first got more passes in.