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FUTSAL COACHING:

DRILL TO IMPROVE FUTSAL ATTACK (1)

 

How To Set It Up:

[a] 3 field players;

[b] 1 goalkeeper;

[c] 1 ball.

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How To Play It:

[1] Player A plays the ball to Player B;

[2] Player B plays the ball to Player C;

[3] Player A sprints forward into the open space;

[4] Player C releases Player A by making a pass forward;

[5] Player A takes a shot at goal;

[6] Player A brings the ball back and all players switch positions: Player A takes the position of Player BPlayer B takes the position of Player C and Player C takes the position of Player A.

Variations:

[1] Players can pass the ball to each other using 1 or 2 touches;

[2] If players use 2 touches, then first touch can be with the sole of the foot or with the side of the foot;

[3] Before taking a shot at goal Player A can use 1 touch to control the ball and make a shot with the 2nd touch or he can shoot at once – with the 1st touch.

[4] Players can switch positions after 1, 3 or 5 shots;

[5] If more, than 3 field players participate in this drill, than all players starting from the 4th (let's name him – Player D) stand behind the cone of Player B. In this case, after the shot at goal was taken, players switch positions in the following manner: Player D takes the position of Player B, Player B takes the position of Player CPlayer C takes the position of Player A and Player A takes the position of the last player in the waiting line.

What a Coach Should Shout:

[1] More accurate passing!

[2] To Player C: “Strong and low pass!”

[3] Hit the corner of the goal with a shot!

[4] Shoot with the toe poke!

[5] Don't make the ball bounce after you passes!

Important note:

[1] It's very important for the players to time their moves and passes.

[2] The coach should also instruct Player A to time his sprint forward – he shouldn't do it too fast or too slow. Instead he should sprint, when Player C is about to make his pass.

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