Pass A to incoming C. Pass back to left moving A, who tries to get past D to score a goal OR passes backwards to crossing B, who first moves a bit to the left and then full speed behind A to get the ball and score a goal OR pass to pivot F when defender E tries to close the gap.
Moving sidewards to attrack defender's attention is essential. Feints and dummy passes can help to get past the defender D.
Pass A to incoming C. Pass back to left moving A, who tries to get past D to score a goal OR passes backwards to crossing B, who first moves a bit to the left and then full speed behind A to get the ball and score a goal.
B1 runs to pivot position right.
May receive pass from B4, which depends on the reactions of R3.
536 concept play : going to 2:4
Players work in groups of four and try to make the three passes as quickly as possible as they cross-over.
The starting player runs forward with the ball and passes the ball behind to the next player as their paths cross.
As they do so the player three should time their run so that they cross over with player two just as they receive the ball in time to in turn receive the ball. Player four also does the same so that they quickly receive the final cross-over pass from player three.
Players from both lines run forwards at the same time, with the ball carrier crossing over in front of the other player.
When the players cross over they should switch the ball between them.
At this point the player in possession should try and get around the defender to get a clear shot off on goal.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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