Sometimes to move forwards you need to go backwards. That's why in this training session we work on the reverse turn, to give your players an extra dimension to their game.
Using this session you can teach your team how and when to use the reverse turn, creating space by using the support player and changing the point of attack.
In your next match you would hope to see your players take more care of the ball - no longer trying to blindly take on defenders. The reverse turn gives your players an extra option by turning and passing the ball to a support player, the support player should then look to distribute the ball across the pitch but still in a forward direction to cut through the opposition
The secondary purpose of this session is to improve support running by the other players in your team, which will make your attacking players more confident when using the reverse turn.
Use this training plan before your first game of the season and coach with confidence - working on possession plus the give and go
Change your players' running pattern to get them tying the opposition's defence in knots - perfect session to work on your team's attacks!
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.
"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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