Pull the Ball Back to Change Direction

Rating: 4
from 9 members ratings

Sometimes players need to stop and take five. We're not for one second endorsing slacking though, what we're talking about is getting your players to use the pull back to get out of crowded areas and shake off chasing defenders!

Using the pull back gives players more time on the ball, allowing them to take a look around and choose to continue running with the ball or play to a team-mate.

Give your players a strong attacking foundation...

Session Ratings: 9 ratings with 1 comment (see below)
Session Comments:
Carel Ostendorf
Netherlands Carel Ostendorf
Date: 25/01/2011 20:43
Rating: 4 Star
Good session. I will add more pressure in drill 3 (in & out) after a while to learn the attacker to anticipate on the movements of the defender. This can be done in the second part of the drill.

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