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Overlapping and look for vertexes


The players are placed along the sides of a square; the lower vertex (number 4) is in possession of the ball and he decides who is the first receiver of his pass (1). The opposite outside player (number 7) starts to overlap, while the upper vertex (number 8) receives the ball running as support in the center (2). The player 8 passes to the number 7 (3) from the center of the space, who passes again to upper vertex, who is the num 11 now. The num 11 pass back to the lower vertex, who is now the num 8, to start the sequence again. Variation: The pass num 3 can be a back pass to the lower vertex player and the overlapping player can be served by him, who pass further to the upper vertex and exchange of positions with the overlapping player.


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