Supporting The Counter | Opposed (16-P1)
Set Up / Organisation
40x30 Yard area, with 6v5 overload (depending on numbers) in one half of the grid, with a single player remaining in the opposite half. Team must make 10 consecutive passes to get a goal.
If defenders regain possession, they must transfer the ball across to their teammate to join in to combine and defenders must press now in this area, leaving 1 player in other half
Movement - Decision Making - Transition Principles - Support Play
Touchtight Coaching Tips:
Support transfer of the ball quickly and effctively is the name of the game here. Coaches must be aware that possession may be gained and regained in quick succession.
S - SPACE: On transfer players must recognise space to support quickly in order to maintain possession
T - TIME: Challenge possession team to keep the ball for a certain amount of time before being able to drop player out and transfer ball back into other half
E - EQUIPMENT: 4 goals and halfway line adds focus and provides targets to encourage quick support
P - PLAYERS: Could leave 2 or 3 out of half to develop more possession with number advantage
Article Description Practice begins with a 6v5 overload in one half of the grid within a 40x30 Yard area, with a single player remaining in the opposite half. Possession team must make 10 consecutive passes to score...