In the second part of the series we show how complex coaching drills can be adjusted to suit the level of skill of the players and systematically improve their ability.
Presentation Group: U19 Schalke 04
Duration: 60 min.
Authors: Peter Schreiner/Norbert Elgert
Presenter: Norbert Elgert (FC Schalke 04)
Director: Peter Schreiner (Institute for Youth Soccer)
You will also see how the drills can be varied to put the emphasis on different aspects of the game. The direction in which the drills are carried out and the distances between the players are important factors.
In this video we also answer the following questions:
Some top soccer teams pass the ball up to 400 times during a game. Passing is therefore the most frequently recurring action in soccer.
Accurate passes, suited to the game situation, are a key element of successful attacking soccer.
These questions are also answered in this video. We show how coaching drills can be used to organize small sided games and stimulate the players’ ambition.
In the 7 variants on the Y drill, the players demonstrate how running and passing lines are synchronized to each other within a given combination play. The coaching focuses here on using the third man and, in particular, opening up and using space. In the 4 variants of the Brazilian combination, important attacking tools such as the double pass and crossing runs are used together. The most important aspects are bypassing central players, playing the ball forward and finishing.