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    • BUILD UP & FINISHING DRILLS
    • CONTENTS • • • • • Introduction Sessions 1-25 Conclusion Website Coming Soon
    • Introduction “Scoring goals is the ultimate aim of football. To score goals in a real match, players have to show a number of qualities including skill, imagination, creativity, awareness etc. Therefore training practices must develop these skills The following finishing practices were created with the goal to inspire players whilst giving them different problems to solve. The players have to play under pressure, they have to react to different types of service and have choices to make on different techniques to use and whether to shoot early or combine with a team-mate. All the practices run quickly with sharp movements, there are no long queues waiting to shoot, and every player has a role and function to complete in order for the practices to run smoothly” Michael Beale
    • 3 ATTEMPTS AT GOAL – REACTION PRACTICE ACTIONS 1 – pass to the target player, receive a lay off and shoot 1st time 2 – then react and receive a serve from coach 1 for a header at goal 3 – then react and run outside of the box to receive a pass from coach 2, then turn and shoot 4 – finally react and become the target player for the next player
    • 3 GOAL - MULTI FINISHING DRILL The waiting player Must remain Focused and ready To dribble and Cross for the Working player ACTIONS The working player has three attempts at goal 1 – Run through the gate and receive a pass for a 1st time shot 2 – Run back through the gate and receive a service for a header 3 – now spin and receive a cross from the waiting player *After crossing, the waiting player begins his finishing circuit
    • FINISHING CIRCUIT DRILL 3 DRILL 2 The forward has to dribble towards And through the mannequins In order to shoot At goal The midfielder Passes the ball into the forward. The forward has to turn with one touch and then Shoot at goal Rotation of players Midfielders move to The forwards position. After shooting. Forwards must collect their ball and move to the next drill DRILL 1 The forward has freedom of movement The midfielder must dribble towards the attacker at match speed The forward must make a run and receive a through pass in order to shoot at goal Encourage the players To play at a realistic Pace and to be ruthless When shooting at goal Who can score a Hat-trick?
    • FINISHING & COMBINATION PLAY ACTIONS ACTIONS The player makes a one-two With the middle Player, on receiving The return pass, The player must Cross to the Opposite wide Player who has made a run into the box. The player then switches positions with the middle player for the next attack The middle player has spun towards the other wide player. This player Must now react to this decision, make a run into the box and attempt to score from the cross. The player then returns to the same position for the next attack ACTIONS This player receives a throw-out from the keeper The player controls the ball into space and has a shot at goal, The player then spins towards a wide player of their choice and makes a wall pass The player then takes the place of that wide player
    • SHOOTING ALLEY The counters watch one player each and Keep count of how Many goals they score ACTIONS 3 Teams Each team has four players One team work as shooters, one team as keepers, one team as counters The players get 1 point for each goal scored The first player back into the middle square is given a bonus point The teams rotate positions for the next game
    • SHOOTING TECHNIQUE - CIRCUIT 1 2 The Server passes through the Shooters legs. The shooter Spins and finishes 1st time The shooter receives a pass from the Server. The server then runs to press the shooter who must take a touch to the side and shoot at goal 3 4 The server plays an aerial pass out to the shooter. The shooter is allowed one touch To control the Ball and one touch to shoot at goal The shooter plays a one-two with the server and then shoots At goal ACTIONS 3 Teams Each team has four players One team work as shooters, one team as keepers, one team as servers The players work on the coaches whistle and then go to the next position on the circuit The players get 1 point for each goal scored The teams rotate for the next game
    • GO IN, GO OUT AND COMBINE TO SCORE ROTATION OF PLAYERS The central player becomes the wide Player The wide player becomes the forward The forward becomes the central player ACTIONS The central player makes a one-two with the coach and passes out wide The wide player receives and then passes inside to the forward The wide player then makes a supporting inside and into a central position The forward sets the supporting wide player and spins outside and into a wide position The wide player then passes out to the forward in a wide position The forward then crosses for the wide player to score *The next attack goes out to the opposite wing
    • 3 PLAYER FINISHING COMBINATION PLAYER ROTATION Player A becomes B Player B becomes C Player C becomes A Player A 1 – Dribble and shoot at goal 2 – spin and receive a lay off from Player B 3 – make a through pass for Player C Player B 1 – receive a throw from the keeper 2 – turn and shoot 3 – spin and receive a pass from Player C 4 – lay the ball off for Player A Player C 1 – After Player B has shot, pass the ball into him 2 – make a run into the space behind Player B 3 – Receive a through pass from Player A 4 – Shoot at goal
    • ONE TOUCH PASSING AND FINISHING - 1 ACTIONS 3 one touch passes Dribble and shoot at goal Each player moves to the next position
    • ONE TOUCH PASSING AND FINISHING - 2 This player must Spin and make A supporting Run to receive The ball ACTIONS Five one touch passes and a shot at goal Each player moves to the next position
    • ONE TOUCH PASSING AND FINISHING - 3 ACTIONS Five one touch passes and a shot at goal Each player moves to the next position The centre forward must remember to look for any rebounds
    • ONE TOUCH PASSING AND FINISHING - 4 This player must remember To spin and support the Receiving player This player must time his Run in order to arrive And shoot 1st time ACTIONS six one touch passes and a shot at goal Each player moves to the next position
    • ONE TOUCH PASSING AND FINISHING - 5 Time your run Don’t be in front of the Red crossing player ACTIONS six one touch passes and a shot at goal The blue players move to the next position Once each player has had two shots at goal The blue and red players change positions
    • Pass and overlap to finish ACTIONS The red player passes across to the blue player and overlaps The blue player dribbles inside and makes a disguised reverse pass to the red player The red player can shoot or cross The blue player must be ready for a cross or any rebounds Immediately the roles are reversed The blue player receives a pass from the coach The blue player then passes across to the red player and overlaps Now the red player dribbles inside and makes a disguised reverse pass to the blue player The blue player can shoot or cross The red player must be ready for a cross or any rebounds For the next attack the players switch starting positions Pass And Overlap
    • PASSING AND MOVEMENT TO SCORE - 1 ACTIONS The first player dribbles at top speed and makes a pass to the central player. The central player receives the pass and then opens out and passes to a wide player The central player then makes an overlapping run The wide player dribbles inside and makes a reverse pass to the overlapping central player The central player then crosses for the wide player to score For the next attack, The first player is now the central player, The central player is now the wide player and the wide player rests This time the central player passes to the opposite wide player.
    • PASSING AND MOVEMENT TO SCORE - 2 ACTIONS The first player dribbles at top speed and makes a pass to the central player. The central player receives the pass and then opens out and passes to a wide player The central player then makes an overlapping run The wide player passes inside to the first player and makes a cross-over run into the box The first player now passes to the overlapping central player The central player then crosses for the wide player to score For the next attack, The first player is now the central player, The central player is now the wide player and the wide player rests This time the central player passes to the opposite wide player.
    • REACTION FINISHING The players Makes one touch passes together. On The coaches call of “left” or “right”. The Players quickly react and receive a pass from the Keepers to Shoot 1st time The players Makes one touch passes together. On The coaches call of “left” or “right”. The Players quickly react and receive a pass from the keepers to turn and shoot in the opposite goal Both players start with a ball each. On the coaches whistle, The players both pass their balls and spin to Receive the other Ball. The players quickly shoot at goal The players pass the ball to each other. On the coaches whistle, The player in possession of the ball becomes the attacker and quickly dribbles towards a goal of his choice. The other player must now react and defend “The first player to score is the winner”
    • MOVEMENT OFF THE BALL TO SCORE This player starts the practice and also sets the Tone This player receives a pass from the central player Firstly, pass inside to the central player The player then passes into the target / starting player and makes a run down the line to receive a return pass Then make a run across the pitch into a “target” player position Receive a pass and complete a one-two with the wide player The player then crosses for the central and starting players to score Then get into the box and attempt to score from the wide players cross This player receives a pass from the starting player The player then opens out and switches play Now the player must time their run into the box and attempt to score from the wide players cross For the next attack The starting player becomes the central player, the central player becomes the wide player and the wide player becomes the new starting player
    • OPPOSITE WIDE PLAYER ATTACKING THE FAR POST ACTIONS The central midfielder passes into the centre forward The defender must allow the centre forward to have one touch before he can tackle The two wide players make supporting runs The forward passes out to one of the wide players who dribbles to cross The opposite wide player and the centre forward get into the box and try to lose the defender Can they score from the cross?
    • BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP - 1 The two forwards make movements to receive The central player passes into one of the forwards The forwards must combine to get a shot at goal for the next attack, the shooting player is replaced by the central player INFORMATION FOR THE PLAYERS “Use your imagination” “Make eye contact” “Play at match speed” “Hit the target”
    • BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP - 2 ACTIONS The central player passes into one of the forwards The forwards combine to score Then the right midfielder dribbles to cross The forwards must make new movements in order to score from the cross Then, the left midfielder dribbles to cross Again the two forwards must make new movements in order to score from the cross *For the next attack, the two forwards become wide midfielders, the wide midfielders become central players and The central players become the new forwards
    • BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP - 3 Remember to Rotate the defenders ACTIONS The same as the previous drill Including the movement of players etc However, this time there is the added competition of a defending team The forwards now play 2v1 on the initial pass and from both crosses.
    • BUILDING A PARTNERSHIP - 4 ACTIONS This time the wide players are set and stay in this position for a set time period This is the same for the defenders The two forwards are now competing against two defenders However, the central player now dribbles the ball into the pitch to make a 3v2 on the initial attack and crosses The wide players are now encouraged to play a one-two with one of the forwards before crossing
    • ONE SHORT, ONE LONG COMBINATION PLAY The players switch roles for the next attack BLUE PLAYERS RED PLAYERS To start, Go long and receive a long pass Set the supporting Red player Now go short and receive a pass from the waiting player Dummy the pass and spin to receive a lay off Shoot at goal To start, go short and receive a pass from the waiting player Set the ball back and spin to receive a lay off Shoot at goal Now turn, get in line with the blue player The blue player will dummy the ball and spin for a lay off Lay the ball off and get the rebound
    • 1v1 CIRCUIT 3 touches to score against the keeper Pass to the player and react to which goal he attacks Can you stop him scoring? Pass into space and chase the forward Can you stop him scoring? ROTATION OF PLAYERS The players work off the coaches whistle Station 1 goes first, then 2, then 3 After playing at station 1, go and play each position at station 2, then go and play each position at station 3
    • Conclusion “I hope the practices in this journal will help you to design training programmes that both inspire and develop your players” The journal is part 1 in the Build up and Finishing series that is available via our website www.academysoccercoach.com We would really appreciate any feedback, queries or questions that you may have on this journal. Please feel free to email us direct at: info@academysoccercoach.com Good luck Michael Beale and Phil Abbott Academysoccercoach
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