1. Break up your team into defenders, wingers, strikers, and center midfielders. 2. The back four start on the 18 yard box, the striker starts inbetween the two center backs, the wingers start before the 1v1 grid, and the center mids start around midfield. 3. The ball starts with the center mids who play the ball out to the winger. As the ball travels, the outside back moves to put pressure on the winger and it becomes a 1v1 in the grid. If the winger beats the defender, the striker checks to the ball and recieves the ball from the wing. Once the striker recieves the ball, the two center mids and the weak-side winger join the attack to create a 5v4 going to goal. 4. The back 4 will now work on pressure cover balance to keep the 5 attackers from scoring. 5. After each time through, alternate sides in which the ball starts from and rotate new players in.
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