Most teams nowadays play with 1/2 or 3/4 court presses, with a tight man to man marking system underpinning their press. Because of this the team playing against such a system will be very vulnerable to losing possession and being caught out by the fast break.
To help your side avoid being caught out when playing against a well-drilled opposition in this advanced attacking session we focus on how to get the better of a solid defending side.
Key Points in the Session:
To really make things difficult for your opposition this session works on getting your attack and midfield to switch position on the wings, dragging their markers completely out of position and creating openings down the wings for a well-timed pass!
Try this session today to get your players moving up and down the pitch to outsmart man-marking teams!
As the season beckons, make sure you?re fully aware of your strongest XI by putting them through their paces with numerous tests to really see who you are getting the most from.
Rolling out on your backhand side can be a risky play, exposing the ball more to the defender. However being able to effectively utilise it in games will develop you attacks, keeping them unpredictable and open up areas of the pitch you may not have discovered before.
Build the whole of your game upon having a rock solid defence. Work on defending 1-on-1 as well as a team unit, starting from the front. This session develops the whole teams reaction to losing the ball and working hard to win it back as soon as possible.
Your season starts now! You?ve been doing your fitness work but now it?s time to get a stick in your hands and start working on the basics with this session so that you?re sharp, polished and ready to hit the ground running when the first competitive game comes around.
Pass the ball out of pressure and find space to attack with this speedy stickwork and ball switching plan
"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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