Can be this advanced or start simpler. Two outside channels have a different scenario with the left being a 2vs1 and right being a 3vs2. Yellow are defenders, white are attackers. One player from the middle feeds the ball to the white player on the 25yd line in the left channel and the white team tries to score. If the yellow player wins the ball back then all players progress into the middle channel and continue with the middle channel players with yellows trying to score into the middle goal. Same process on the right. Swap spare players in often as should be intense.
Focus on the channelling skill for defenders to win the ball back - using body position to force attackers out wide and timing the tackle or allowing the supporting defender to approach and make the tackle instead. Quick change in direction and pace into space once possession has been secured. Make sure to use newly acquired teammates in the middle channel.
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