One-Two with overlapping Dribbling

  • Organisation

    6 cones are laid out as shown. It is recommended to use large cones for the outer cones or flages (see graphic). The advantage with this is that the players then have to run around the cones/flags and cannot jump over them or cut the corners. 6 players stand opposite each other at a distance of 15 - 20 meters. The exercise is suitable for 6 - 10 players.

  • Process

    A passes on the ground or in the air to B. Player B lays the ball off to the side for A to run on to. A dribbles to the cone and around B then to the large cone/flag and then dribbles back to the other group. After running with the ball the player joins the back of the red group. The red and blue groups complete the exercise at the same time in opposite directions (as shown). Alternative: This exercise can take place in the form of a competition. Both groups start at the same time as described. One team receives a point when their player reaches the opposing team first. The team with the most points is the winner.

  • Tip

    6 cones, Note: The players must keep their eye on the other players at all times so that they don't get in each others way. - The timing of the passes and the player runs often doesn't fit. The players either pas too early or too late. - The player waiting for the ball should always make a short, dynamic dummy run away from the ball before receiving the pass. - When laying the ball off the foot should be lifted slightly. - Hard and exact passes. - The player often runs faster than he passes.

  • Field size

    20 - 20 meters

  • Cone margins

    Small cones Distance vertical: 10 - 15 meters Distance Horizontal: 5 meters Large cones Distance vertical: 20 meters Distance Horizontal: 20 meters Distance layoff: 7.5 meters

Technique:

Ballskill (Touch on the ball), Trapping, Ball control, Passing, Dribbling, Shot technique/shooting

Headers [Heading while in motion]


Tactics:

Transitional play (shifting the game)

Defensive/Offensive play [Pushing, One on one]

Wing play/Crossing [Wing play without opponents]

Games plays [Overlapping, Direct play to the forwards]


Condition:

Speed of movement off the ball, Training of elementary endurance II, Explosiveness, Speed of movement with ball, Speed endurance

Strength [Strength endurance, Power & Speed]


Co-Ordination:

Quickness of reaction, Quick processing, Quick anticipation, Quick decisioning


Training Set:

Progression, Main point/Emphasis, Break


Examples:

Game Systems, Free kicks


Age:

Any, U14 - U19

U6 - U13 [Under 13, Under 12, Under 11, Under 10, Under 09, Under 8, U 07 (6-7 years), Pee-wee (up to 6 years)]


Duration:

30 min


Number of Players:

6 - 9 players, > 10 players

1 - 5 players [2 players, 3 players, 4 players]


Form of Training:

Team training, Stations, Individual training, Group training


Participating Players:

Whole team, Midfielders, Forwards, Defenders


Goalkeeper:

1 goalie, 2 goalies, 3 goalies


Intention:

Groups, Defensive behaviors, Offensive behaviors, Alone training, Goalkeeper behaviors, Training for fun


Skill Level:

Beginner, Advanced, Professional, Any


Spatial Behavior:

Limited playing field, Free space


Training Location:

Forest/meadow, Asphalt, Turf field, Grass field, Indoor

Author: System e2c

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