drills for all skills

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Moving between the lines and always thinking ahead
  • Short direct passing
  • Correctly turned in
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  • Correct passing and short passing
  • Always keep eye contact
Drive and push
  • A and B dribble simultaneously to the pawn
  • Pass it on the outside
  • Push the ball to the left
  • Then the other 2
  • Run deep
  • A starts with the ball and pushes it to B
  • B receives the ball and pushes it out wide
  • C receives the ball and sees that B is running deep
  • C pushes the ball back to B
  • B receives the ball and flattens it on goal
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Color game
  • Give each player 1 ball
  • Set up a box with different coloured squares in it.
  • The players dribble around the box
  • You call 1 color and they dribble with the ball to the box.
  • Passing move + drive
  • A starts and drives forward
  • At the pawns they make a dummy move and push the ball to B
  • B accelerates floating around the pawns
  • A runs through and gets the ball back from B
  • A shoots at goal with a flat 
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Improve driving
  • Player starts with a ball
  • You as trainer call 1 colour
  • In this case you call RED
  • The player drives through the 2 red gates
  • At the end she goes through the white gate and flattens the ball on goal.
  • Technique course
  • Player starts with the ball and does a slalom
  • Drifts further and puts a dummy near the pawns
  • Drifts around the pawn
  • Dribbles towards the balk on the ground and lifts the ball over it
  • Dribbles on and goes around the pawn
  • Does a herring trick near the cones
  • Then passes the ball on to the goal

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Lift pass

  • A starts with the ball and push the ball to B
  • B takes the ball and pushes it back to A
  • B runs around the cone
  • A gives a lift pass to B who offers himself for the ball from A.
  • B takes the ball and shoots at goal with a flat.
  • 1 on 1
  • A starts with the ball and is the defender
  • A pushes the ball to B, B is the attacker
  • B wants to score in the red goal (this is the backhand side of the opponent)
  • A would rather have the opponent go to the other side
  • Let them start hitting in such a way that you push your opponent towards their forehand
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Receiving backhand 

  • A starts with the ball and pushes the ball on the backhand of B
  • B receives the ball with the backhand
  • B takes the ball with his forehand and drives to the slalom
  • Slaloms between the cones and finishes with a flat on goal.
  • Lift exercise
  • A starts with the ball and slaloms around the pawns
  • Between each cone there is a beam and they lift the ball over it
  • After the last lift they push the ball to B
  • B takes and shoots at goal with a flat
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