27 – COUNTER ATTACK (2) 2
Counter attacks very common after corner kicks. This drill simulates a game situation where the counter sttack starts after a cross, corner kick, free kick … The coach sends the ball to the player in the circle whose team supposed to start the attack. They move forward, one player moves to one side to cross the ball into the box. If the team in possession successfully scores, then the other coach sends the ball for a counter attack to start. However, if defenders successufully win the ball they can send it as well to start counter attack. After the finish, the coach sends again a new ball to the same team who counter attacked to cross and finish.
THE FOUR CORNERSTechnical/Tactical: