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This tactical session can be used to develop and gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of individuals and team when defending against an opponent who may play 1-4-4-1-1 / 1-4-4-2.

This tactical session can be used to develop and gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of individuals and team when defending against an opponent who may play 1-4-4-1-1 / 1-4-4-2.

Attacking Support Play for U9 to U14 Soccer Players. Teach young players to support the attack in numbers and to work as a group to a) not lose the ball b) score a goal.

Attacking Support Play for U9 to U14 Soccer Players. Teach young players to support the attack in numbers and to work as a group to a) not lose the ball b) score a goal.

3v2 Flying Changes Drill: This drill is designed to focus on all aspects of the game in a 3v2 situation. Mainly runs of attackers, angle of support, passing vs. shooting decisions, defensive shape, and recovery runs, along with working on mental attentiveness.

3v2 Flying Changes Drill: This drill is designed to focus on all aspects of the game in a 3v2 situation. Mainly runs of attackers, angle of support, passing vs. shooting decisions, defensive shape, and recovery runs, along with working on mental attentiveness.

I start my practices with Sharks and Minnows, because it's a fun, light way to break into practice. I use a  grid, made out of cones, about 20X25 yards, and each player has a soccer ball, except for the shark(s). The players with balls (the minnows) dribble around the grid and try to keep their ball away from the shark(s). The shark(s) try to steal the ball from the minnows and kick it out of the grid. Minnows who are knocked out become sharks. The last minnow is the shark in the next round.

I start my practices with Sharks and Minnows, because it's a fun, light way to break into practice. I use a grid, made out of cones, about 20X25 yards, and each player has a soccer ball, except for the shark(s). The players with balls (the minnows) dribble around the grid and try to keep their ball away from the shark(s). The shark(s) try to steal the ball from the minnows and kick it out of the grid. Minnows who are knocked out become sharks. The last minnow is the shark in the next round.

Seeing Double is a great coordination, ball-mastery, passing and receiving drill that involves a lot of team work between pairs.

Seeing Double is a great coordination, ball-mastery, passing and receiving drill that involves a lot of team work between pairs.

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