Defending crosses as a back 4 – 2. COMP 2


PLAYERS: SPACE: INTENSITY:
TIME: REPETITIONS: REST:

Each team has a GK, 4 defenders and 4 attackers.

The game is an open game with some rules. In possession you can create 2v1s in wide areas as a player in the defensive 4 and a player in the attacking 4 can enter the channels. When your team does not have the ball only a player from the defensive 4 can come into the channel to defend.

This will create oppertunities for the ball in the box to work on defending crosses.

Progression: A defensive player can come up centrally to attack the ball and create a overload in the box, putting on more focus of the defenders marking space, defending the width of the goal and reacting quickly to second balls


THE FOUR CORNERS

Technical/Tactical:
Physical:
Psychological:
Social:

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By David Baird

Scottish Football Development Officer with over 10 years experience in coaching a range of different ages and ability levels from recreational teams to academy players to semi professional adults.

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