Overlapping progression – 1. INTRODUCTION


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

The way we introduce skills to youngsters should be gradual with minimum pressure and maximum demonstration. This is a drill which we could utilise for that purpose. In a situation with 2-1 midfield formation, one full back is supporting at one side of the game. The purpose is to successfully pass the ball to the player with the bib, he passes to one mate, overlaps the gate, and receives a pass through that gate. Then he undergoes some pressure by the opponent waiting him outside before sending the ball back to coach at the zone of play. Same thing happens regarded to the other gate. When the team successfully does that, the play moves to the other side with the heart of many drills applied, TRANSITION.


THE FOUR CORNERS

Technical/Tactical:
Physical:
Psychological:
Social:

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By Ahmed Ghaleb

Currently off the football pitch, enjoying my life in the medical field. Eager to learn and never reluctant to try something new. Admirer of hard work and hard workers. I prefer to implement mental toughness in wherever I work through exercise, and not just lecturing! My next adventure in the football pitch will be REMARKABLE! Meet me on twitter: @coach_gz

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