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This session works on players attacking capabilities including speed, agility and decision making skills.

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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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Attacking Principle: Changing pace and direction

Help your players shake off the opposition with a change of pace and direction in this week's session

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Players stay in groups of 3 with 1 ball.
2 players stand in the grid and 1 player outside with the ball.

The players inside the grid alternate to get free from each other to receive the ball from the player on the outside.

Set an allotted period of time for players to complete the pass (ticking clock).

Coaching points

Try to get players to drive onto the ball showing a change of pace and change of direction to beat the defender to receive the ball.

Encourage players to re-offer for the ball if they are unsuccessful in the first instance.

Players should be pushing off their outside foot to change direction - shoulder should drop in order to fake a movement.

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Drill tags: dodge, getting free, movement, space

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