Drill of the week (CW 16)
Passing in two Boxes IV
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Author: Steve Surrander
The first pass is square (horizontal) (1) follwoed by 2 diagonal, cross-field pases (inwards 2 and outwards 3). The same passing sequence is required contiuously. The players change places vertically, irrespective of whether they are in the inner or outer box.
After a few minutes the players change positions from the inner to the outer box.
– This drill is very tiring.
– The standing leg is often too far away from the ball and/or the player leans back.
– Timing of the pass is important.
– Players often run faster than they pass.
– Demand good strength of pass and pass precision.
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