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Developing evasive attacking skills to beat the defender with pace and angles! Session Thumbnail
Developing evasive attacking skills to beat the defender with pace and angles!

Develop your player's attacking capabilities, to successfully get free from the defender and maintain possession.

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Minimum of 8 players with 2 balls (balls start on diagonally opposite corners).

Players 1 and 3 run to their left towards the player that is going to feed the ball to them.

Before reaching the player who is going to feed them the ball the receiving player should make a sharp dash towards the centre to receive the ball, accelerating as they do so.

Once the ball is received the player passes it to the player diagonally across from where they started and follows their pass and joins the back of the queue.

The drill continues.

Coaching points

Ensure that the movement inwards is sharp and direct, with a clear changing of pace.

Players need to drive out pushing off their outside foot to change direction and pace to beat a defender to receive the ball.

Encourage players to inject a change of pace into the cut back movement - this will help to lose the defender.

Players need to communicate with each other and signal for the ball to ensure a success pass and maintain possession of the ball.

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