Area – 20 x 20 with two mini-goals. A triangle is in the middle. The practice is a 6v3 Rondo with a purpose.
1. The red team scores by completing 10 passes or by playing through the triangle area in the middle, as marked by the yellow cones.
2. The blues aim to win the ball and score in either the mini-goals or by dribbling out of the playing area.
3. If the blues win the ball, the reds should look to counter-press and win the ball back.
4. The team out of possession works for 90 seconds before changing to manage the intensity of the practice.
Body shape. Angles of support. 1-2 touch mentality. Disguised passes, scan the playing area.
Defenders, work as a unit. Force the play one way.
To get the players ready for the practice ahead.
To work on speed of play in tight areas.
Improve the quality of the first touch, whether it's a pass or ball control.
Compete and work together
Improve field awareness in small spaces
After 10 passes, the possession team can score on a mini-goal.
Possible Performance Problems:
The three defenders work alone and not as a unit.
The possession team try to force the ball through the triangle
The attackers forget to press the ball when the blues win it.
The attackers do not scan the plating area and think ahead.
Passes are not directed to the correct foot.
Be ready to focus - Make decisions
Keep scanning the area and visualize playing in a game.
Accept mistakes - Find solutions
Quality of the pass and first touch
Scan the area
Be ready to pass or receive the ball
Be willing to move
Make the tackle
Coach your teammates
Applaud good play