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Teach Youth Players How to build play from the back

This is the first of The Youth Coaching Series E-Books designed for coaches operating at the youth level. This e-book provides coaches of U11and U12 a comprehensive plan in how progressively teach youth players how to build play from the back in the 9v9 game format.

TECHNIQUE Passing and

TECHNIQUE Passing and receiving to advance the ball EXERCISES # 8 SESSION PHASE Technique Training AGE GROUP U10-U18 Passing and receiving for a shot on goal Duration: 10-15 min Area Size: 30x35 Equipment: Balls. Bibs, cones Players: 12-16 Exercise Objectives Organization This exercise aims at training diagonal passing Divide players in two groups and receiving. Both groups work at the same time We have incorporated a shot on goal to involve the goalkeeper and create a secondary training element. Set up Players on A-B-C-D-E Play start with A passing the ball to B The coach can progress by demanding to use one B lays it off to C touch with some elements of the exercise. C makes a diagonal pass to D D lays off the ball in front of E E controls the ball and takes a shot on goal Players follow their pass Coaching Points Quality of passes Good quality finish Player to receive the ball with proper body position to Good Finish facilitate pass

TECHNIQUE Passing and receiving to keep possession EXERCISES # 9 SESSION PHASE Technique Training AGE GROUP U10-U18 4v1 –4v2 Rondo Duration: 10-15 min Area Size: 10x10 Equipment: Balls. Bibs, cones Players: 6 Exercise Objectives Organization This activity is a base exercise for training players Two team of two keep possession against one player from the 3rd to keep possession. team.. Players will learn proper angle of support, timing After 1 minute inside player changes. of the pass, angles, and awareness After 2 minute another team will defend The coach can increase the difficulty of the exercise by either restricting the space (grid size) or by limiting player’s ouches Progression Create a team competition by giving each team 4v2 one point for 5 consecutive passes Coaching Points Quality of passes Communication Angle of support Time of the pass Receiving the ball with the body open