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I need some drills for both category's

I don't know what to do, I'm coaching 2 teams at the same time same practice and they know. the problem is that one team is 5/6 advance and the other team is 5/6 beginners. I can't pull out of this and I need some drills that both can do...

Hi Danni,

Unopposed practices are a great way to incorporate players of all levels and to get them all up to a similar standard.

Make the stronger players put pressure on themselves to maintain standards which will give the players of lesser ability a target to strive for. 

By doing it unopposed, the lesser ability have the opportunity to play without fear of being tackled so get a sufficient amount of time on the ball. 

Try this drill below!

Hope this helps!

Making Space

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Players move as shown in the diagram. Player at the front of the queue passes to the player on the wing who is moving from side to side waiting for the pass.

They then run up the line and then cut back and pass to the player waiting in the circle who then shoots at goal. Players involved then move round and play starts again.

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