Playing in beetween opposition lines (false 9) – 1. INTRO


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

Individual training for the false 9, playing between the oppositions lines. The ball is played in to the false 9, on his touch the opposition can enter the box (or chose not to and sit off) the player who passes the ball supports the pass to create a 2v2 to goal. Have both teams going at the same time and to encourage speed of play have a competition to score first. Defenders who win the ball can go and score for an extra point, play first to a certain amount of points. Animation shows rotation of players Coaching: Scan as the ball travels, make quick decision weather to turn and drive or set the ball off to team mate and look to get back on it. Be creative, take players on, look to play wall passes and if it opens up = shoot


THE FOUR CORNERS

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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.