One of the most important skills a full back should have is to be able to overlap his opponents and get behind the defensive lines. Besides, he should be physically capable of keeping up to the level. The upcoming drills are devised to fulfill that. 4 teams in the possession zone. 2 teams of 2 full backs each, and 2 teams of 3 midfielders each. Midfield players compete with each other, while the team with the ball partners the full backs about to attack. The full back in attack should get behind the defensive line and recieve the ball throigh the gate from midfield players. This is triggered once the full back recieved the ball in possession zone. The full back in defense in a role defending the gate. Notice the physical work required per player after the end of the attack. And as always, the two teams begin the next phase with a TRANSITION.
THE FOUR CORNERSTechnical/Tactical: