Creating Attacking Opportunities

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What's the secret to creating more attacking opportunities, even against well drilled-defences? There is no secret, the answer is simply by improving your side's combination passing, dribbling and movement.

To get your team creating space for the shot we work on different forms of movement, to get your players used to moving into space, with and without the ball, to smash through the opposition's back line.

By equipping your players with a bank of pass, move and dribbling movements you'll make it easier for them to break down the strongest of defences and not run out of ideas, even when faced with teams that defend well as organised units.

The first practice from this week's session:

Dribble and Pass - Warm Up Part 1

Description: Have 5 players working with 1 ball within a rectangular area. Players follow a movement pattern whereby they move straight across and then diagonally across...

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