Breaking behind defense lines – 1. INTRODUCTION
This is a drill where coaches might introduce the way of breaking defense lines to their players. Simple drill, where the number 9 is neutral player working as the breaker. Once successfully done, the opponents become his mates and play again to the other side. The number of passes or time at each zone specified by the coach. Recommended to start longer periods, more passes, low pressure or less defenders. When the coach feels his players are capable of more, he might add goals to both sides or a target player who the breaker has to deliver the ball to.
THE FOUR CORNERSTechnical/Tactical: