Using the overlap to create goal scoring opportunities
Running overlaps is reminiscent of the football that was pioneered by Ajax, between 1969-1973, and the Dutch national side, in the 1974 World Cup in West Germany. This style of play operates on the basis that any player can overlap and move taking the position of another one as they move forwards (or backwards).
We're not going quite that far in this session but what we are working on is getting players to continue their forward runs after they've played the pass to a team-mate in front of them. There are two things that happens when players do this:
- The player on the ball has an excellent attacking pass option that they can now use.
- The run itself will pull defenders out of position and create space for the on the ball player to run into.
Help your team to overlap to continue their attack! Use this session with your team today!
which age do u use theses skills