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Create a square, approximately 3m x 3m as shown by the by the blue cones in the diagram.

Two feeders will stand either side of the square, with an attacker and defender in the middle.

The attack can choose which feeder they wish to offload the ball to.

The practice is continuous - with the attacker working towards a set number of passes or time.

Coaching points

The attacker should consider which feeder is the best option for them to pass to - based on where the defender is and their positioning.

Progression

You can challenge the attacker to complete a set number of passes consecutively without a mistake or a touch from the defender - for example 5 consecutive passes before they can switch out of the square.

To challenge the defence you could set a condition that they may only switch out if they interrupt the practice - either a tip or interception.

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Drill tags: 1 v 1, getting free, movement, moving into space

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