4v2 with 2 recovering defenders.
Similar to before now with more decision making. The first two passes are free then the defenders come alive as shown in the animation. Either play wide then support or play through the defensive lines and support.
As an attacking 4v2 with 2 recovering defenders it’s important to keep width to stretch the other team and play quickly to make the numerical advantage count.
Again paint pictures for young players in regards to where they can move to and create space to allow themselves or a team mate to get on the ball.
Progression: The coach can throw in a ‘bonus ball’ if he/she thinks the quality and effort is coming out in the drill, this can be played to anyone and players must react to play 4v4. If they get the bonues ball they react to create width, 1v1s, passing lanes and shots on goal as shown throughout the session. If they do not get the ball they react to recover back in a position to defend or delay the attack for team mates to get back – again something addressed throughout
THE FOUR CORNERSTechnical/Tactical: