COE (SA) 1v1 RWB & Turning

  • Organisation

    (see diagram) 

    - 25 m x 14 m (adjust according to players)

    - Split into teams of 4-5

    - Multiple grids may be necessary

  • Process

    PROCEDURE:

    - AT player (blue) begins by RWB towards central zone (yellow cones) 

    - DF player (red) can enter playing area after AT player's 1st touch

    - AT player can choose to go forward and score in dribble gates for 2 POINTS

    - If DF player can block dribble gate, AT player can turn and shoot in mini goal for 1 POINT

    **PRIORITY: Go forward first. If it is not on, then turn from the pressure to keep the ball. 

    - 4x3'/1'R (15 mins total)

    - Swap roles every round 

     

    PROGRESSIONS/REGRESSIONS:

    R1- Change start position of DF player to give AT more time

    P1 - Change start position of DF to give AT less time

  • Tip

    OBJECTIVE:

    Improve decision making and technique when RWB/turning while under pressure

     

    PLAYER TASKS:

    Can AT player recognize when is the right moment to go penetrate?

    Can AT player recognize when its the right moment to turn from pressure?

     

Training Set:

Progression


Age:

U6 - U13 [Under 09, Under 10, Under 11, Under 12]


Duration:

15 min


Number of Players:

6 - 9 players [8 players]


Form of Training:

Individual training


Skill Level:

Beginner

Author: Bryan Cadiz

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