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Coaching Soccer Weekly: Building out of the back

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Coaching Soccer Weekly: Methods, Trends, Techniques and Tactics from WORLD CLASS COACHING
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Segev Rabinoviz shares his insights on building out of the back.
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Segev Rabinoviz shares his insights on building out of the back.
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when they press on the ball, I'll then create a back story. So, for example, one of my favorite backstories is that I asked the players to pretend that the ball is their dog. And then I'll go through with each player. I'll have them name their dogs. I'll say charlie, what's the name of your dog? Eric, what's the name of your dog sally? What's the name of your dog? And we'll go through everyone like that. Then what I'll say is I want you to start by taking your dog for a walk. And I'll start with dribbling essentially. Now, when they start dribbling, they'll usually kick the ball really far away. And that's what I'm looking for from my first coaching point. And then I'll ask everyone to stop. And I'll say, what would happen if you took your dog for a walk and your dog would go really far away. And the way that I'll demonstrate this is I'll kick my ball far away and I'll say what happened to my dog. And then they'll, I'll say he ran away. And then to that I'll respond with, do we want our dog to run away? And I'll say no. And then I'll say, okay, this time, let's take our dog for a walk, but keep them close. So we'll go through that. Maybe eventually you get to taking your dog for a run or drugs or anything like that. And then the important part comes in, which is the skills that I want to focus on. So if we talk about something like Stepan's or um, or drags, those are moves that I want my kids at this age group to understand and do really well with. And the way that I'll do that is I'll take the story of them having a dog and I'll ask them about certain tricks that they would like to do with the dog. So for example, I would say, what's one of the tricks that you would teach your dog? And they would say sit, and I would say excellent, So this is how we're going to teach our dog to sit, and for me sitting would be toe taps, so they would step on the ball, and I would say Every time you step on the ball, can you tell your dog to sit? So I would say five sets and then we can move on to a different trick, which could be roll over and that would be my drags. And the idea here is to again get into this imaginary world that the kids are in and this works in so many different types of environments you can do, for example, cars, which they really like and just anything that you can come up with. But if you can keep those two things in mind, I think creating that environment that's fun for them is really good And that's always my warm up from then I'll go into stuck in the mud, which is again a great game with a backstory. And then after that I'll go into one V. Ones and that one V one will change dramatically based on the situation. It could be a one V one game, which is the numbers game which the players are lined up, you call one and uh, two players come in. Or it could be the one the one that I've talked about which is everyone plays at the same time and what we're looking for is we have to create that environment and tell the players that we're now looking for those skills in the game. So if we're playing the one, the one game, three minute game, everyone playing at the same time, I'll say before you score, you must with your dog, do 11 roll over And once you do a roll over, then you can score. So now we're introducing this one V1 competitive environment, which I go through all of my age groups and the players now, if they're ready to move on to an older session, it doesn't feel so scary because they've already played the games. If you watch my game with my players this past weekend, one of the things we struggled with the most, in my opinion, is switching play and for that, the best tool that I have is blaze pod. Blaze pod is a pod that you can stick onto your nets or any other boy. Uh, you can put it on a wall or, or whatever you use within your training session and the lights themselves can act as different triggers for the players to switch. Play. For me this week I'm going to be doing a session that focuses on switching play and that's going to be all the players are going to be playing on half a field and I'll have to nets on one side For the attacking team, one net on the attacking teams back. So the defending team has a way to score once they win the ball. But for the attacking team, I'm gonna be putting blaze pods on each net and every time the blaze pod isn't lit up, the players will need to attack there. And because of the automated feature that turns the light off and on, I'm expecting the players to have to switch the ball a lot more. Once they get into that, I can talk about different triggers that we're looking up that will create the situation. So for example, if they receive the ball on the wing and they see a two V one, then we want to reset and switch play if they don't have space or they're not comfortable going in that one V one, we should switch play, they should attack that space if they have, if they have Space or in a 1 V1 situation, which is something that I always coach. If If you have a 1 B1 go for it, worse comes to worse. They lose the ball. Really don't mind that at this age group because I want to encourage, Uh I was playing down the wing and those 1 V1 opportunities that we worked so hard on in practice for building out of the back, which is the main topic for today. I usually do rondos and I'm gonna continue to do rondo's but I came up with a really good way to teach building out of the back for my players and that's what I want to share with you today. So let's talk about setup, There's going to be on one end line, the goal on the other end line, there's gonna be three goals and those are all going to be smaller nets and they're going to separate the field in two thirds. The 1st 3rd is going to be on the left side, The 2nd 3rd is in the middle and the right side is going to have another third as well. Usually I like to use the 18 yard box and I'll take cones and mark them from the top, All the way down to the bottom and I'll do that within each zone again, creating 3/3. So if you can
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