Introducing that form of play transfer is crucial. The players must start in similar way to the end. The zone of play is parted into 4 small fields. 2 teams formed of 3 midfielders and one neutral striker with 2 neutral wing players. The idea for this drill is that midfield players allowed to pass in their half for each other, while they are obliged to pass up to the next half, but to the other side of play. The wing player who receives the pass must pass to the other side wing player, who in turn passes back to the opposite midfield player. However, if the defending team successfully cuts the ball, they build up from their zone, being under pressure of opposition, while the 2 wings move up to the other side of play and so on. In later stages, the coach might consider giving up their neutral striker and make a 3v3+2 situation.
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