Drill of the week (CW 33)
Passing with two Balls with Opposition
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Author: Joe McGuire
The drill starts simultaneously on both sides. A and B and D and F play one-twos. A overlaps the defender B and receives a pass from C and passes on to E who is now at the opposite cone (where he has to be standing after the pass and move from group D,E,F). Player A takes up Bs former position and B that of A. The same sequence runs in the shape of a triangle in the D,E,F group. D and E swap positions in this group. Player C and F should regularly change positions.
Start by running the drill slowly and then speed up. The receiver should always make a small, dynamic dummy run away from or to the side of the ball before receiving the ball. The drill can be extremely tiring when conducted quickly.
– Under time pressure (and when done with 2 balls), this drill is very game realistic.
– The reciever should call for the ball.
– Pass and run timing is important
– Players often run faster than their pass.
– Don’t forget the runs.
– Demand good pass precision.
– Pass precision is more important than pass speed.
– Concentration must be held at all times.
– The players will need a certain amount of time until they have mastered the drill.
– A good touch and passing skills are required.
– Anticipation, awareness, reaction, speed of thought and movement with and without the ball are continuously required.
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