Players dribble their ball up to the hurdles and then feed the ball under each one until they reach the end of the line.
When players reach the end they should dribble the ball back to the end of their queue of players.
To begin with players can use both feet, but as the drill progresses you can instruct players to only use their right/ left foot.
Look for close control from your players, not allowing the ball to get away from them.
Set out your hurdles in a zig zag formation.
Players go one after another and have to hop over the hurdles.
Players dribble the ball in and out of the sticks, running around the outer cones before turning sharply back in and dribbling through the next pair of sticks.
Split your players into two groups. Half of the group runs around the outside of the square for one minute at 60% pace. At the same time the other half of your team are working inside the grid. Half of the players have a have a ball. Players must move and call for the pass when they do not have a ball. Players work in each area twice (2 runs around the outside and 2 times inside the area).
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