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    • Page 15 1 1 3 2 2 3 b a 4 4 c 2 1 d 5 6a 2 6b 3 6c 2 Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 16 6 fs 5 2 variations: 1-hit 4 fs 2-push 3 fs 2 fs 1 fs Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 17 a b Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 19 2 1 Alternate throwing ball at spots 1 and 2 Stand on penalty flick spot © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 20 2 1 Alternate throwing ball at spots 1 and 2 Stand on penalty flick spot © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 21 Goalie has to clear shots on goal stick clear high ball stop ball with pads and hit ball with front sticks to the right stop ball with pads and hit ball with reverse stick to the right © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 34a Repetition drills – passing repetition All fs All rsAir pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fsOffensive reverse stickDeffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rsDefensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 34b Repetition drills – passing repetition Front stick passes to front stick, pass to reverse, stop then pull back and repeatAir pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fsOffensive reverse stickDeffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rsDefensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 34c A 1 2 A B B 2Air pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fsOffensive reverse stickDeffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rsDefensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 34d 1 3 A A C C B B D D 2 4 © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 34e More passing repetition drills © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 35 Defensive passing Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 36Air pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 37 3 3 1 2 Rotation to relieve pressure 1 Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 85 Stopping skills: Stick straight up & down Hand down the stick Knees bent Back straight Absorb ball Stick angled down Change the direction The ball is traveling when receiving it Bad hits: Ball outside of feet © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Ball by right foot Roll stick over the ball from left to rightPage 153 Manvits (Spanish coach) - controlled match - generate short corners - circle penetration - dominate with possession - dominate with pressure - move ball around - discipline to the game plan - no protests - no delay of game © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Deflect the ball on the groundThe players in the good teams know where to pass the ball before they receive it The good teams have players which will tackle back © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • FIH coaching ?Page 482 Open Open Attack in narrow lane Space management – attacking and defending circles blind and narrow lines Preferred ? to gain possession: common pressure covers to gain possession, turn oversAir pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fsOffensive reverse stickDeffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rsDefensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 485 Pace up: ability to play ball at high speed; defensive 1:1 & 1:2 Korea closing down space all over the field; defensive closing down; patient execution of the job tackle Short and controlled overhead passes Technical aspects: receiving aerial balls and passes; long, diagonal, short, to midfield © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 493 Ability to stop both legs. Fully compress when stopping. Don’t try to stop on one leg fully compressed. Page 497 Pass out of a ball carrying position (no signal that the pass will be made – no change in body position) push (no swing). 3D dribbling skills (elimination) 3D lifting skills (pass) Spinning pass backhand Lifted sweep Attacking patterns – lifted high speed ball © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 501 Breaking Presses How the back 4 can play the lifted sweep 6" ’s above the field to break the press ¾ ½ ? Press Moving press Full press Delay press Outlets – midfield role © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Narrow forward linePage 527 Forwards break to the outside Disadvantage leading to the side line not goal; receive ball behind border ? in front of border Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 541 Moving press:entire press line moves together. Risk lots of space behind the press. Japan fitness ? Training sessions for 2 years prior to WC Reverse stick tackling. Fitness targets. Beat Arg with small triangles and hand running off of the ball © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 545 Receive the ball on the move not stationary. German team prep for WC: F 3 x 2 days M 10 days 30 players hitting/receiving 5 days A 5 days tournament M 2 days 5 days June 5 days July 5 days 5 games 12 (CT) Aug 4 days 11 days (?) (tactical only, no ?) Arg 19 -29 31 Sept 2-17 3 days to train before the start of the WC. Outside of training – weight lifting © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 551 Winter – train indoors; no hitting - > lose hitting skills Training camp: 7 - 8 AM wake up 9:15 – 10:45 10:45 – 12:15 lunch 15:00 – 16:15 18:00 – 19:15 19:15 – 20:00 3 days a week. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 555 Stability and weight training before breakfast: 20 minutes short run Typical day: technical development, tactical, set piece. Then game against another country, tournament conditions, players become fatigued. The days: before the world cup there is no stick training only endurance training so the players can regenerate. Page 560 Per week: 3 x 30 minutes of weights + 15 minutes of stability Dutch training schedule on the Dutch website © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 564 Create base break 3 x a ? (maintainance) Must spend time on the tournament field. The intensity of the training sessions varies according to the timing of the tournaments. German National team away 130 days + 20 ? Days, 2 games weekend. Indoor, march outdoor, indoor ? , 22 outdoor + Euro Cups Page 567 Andy – special corner camps German national team – 150 days of hockey in WC year. Junior National time schedule Fitness programs: current target times for specific fitness runs, number of years to build a training base. Pressurized training. German coaching website: 100 videos on specific skills www.hockey-coach.com © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 568 Junior hockey association. Forum association. Non-profit corporation tax deductible . Fund raising goals -> then FFF watching funds Fund raising committee Plan Database for registering kids. Pay pal account for paying fees constitution by laws Permanent directors exec – no mission ? changes Follow the rules . Enforce he rules Web site -> web person Boys league. Equipment sticks, pads, uniforms. Mission statement ? Develop a junior boys hockey league in the boy area. We have a limited amount of resources and we will ? Boys ?. There is one significant skill. Settling the bouncing ball. - front stick on top - reverse stick from side - front stick catch Calendar with people’s names, no girls, organizational structure. Parents can’t tell the coaches what to do. We want to produce hockey players. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 569 Fitness training programs Level Age group © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 570 Arg will pin ? stick whenever possible. RH on LW. RH will put stick halfway up the LW stick. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 571 Tubes Stick in the airStick onground 5-10-15-20-25 6x30 secs 400 meter 6x68 seconds I ? 60 seconds Winder 3 minutes 2 mile time 5 mile time <32:30 , 5:30 min/mile © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 575 NZ WC training camp July 1 – Aug 15, then games in Germany Man to man defense, zone defense. Monthly targets. Fitness targets: - weight lifting - running - stability - agilityPage 581 Press in the other team’s defensive half of the field. - ¾ press down to the team’s 25 - full press other team’s half - ½ ? Press meet them at the 50 yd line - moving press, move entire press unit with the ball to ? Out, let passes from being made. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 586 Paul Lissek: technical and tactical, the role of midfield players. Ball possession: - positioning - timing - defenders 4 - mid 3 - attack 3 How ? the top. Teams developing chances skill. Technical level.Page 591 Lissek: - what are the differences between the teams? - why are other teams not using off the ball running? The role of 4 defenders when they have the ball and play the ball out of the defense: RH and LH positioning is not the same; too high, too low (close to the goal). © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 591 Lissek: 16 yd hit positioning D D Should be here D This man can coverthe LH if the CH is too close to the end line. Eliminate players with the pass © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 602 Lissek 4: Tactical aspects to transfer th ball. Tactical aspect of the side line ball: 1 pass + 1st time 1 Forward must run into the empty A space. 1st time B 2 C 3 Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 606 Lissek 5: tactical aspect of high balls (overhead) Short pass to midfield Medium pass to midfield Pressure release over the line or running pass to forward © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 610 Lissek 6: tactical aspect of central and short passes. Using a midfield player to: Midfield player is trained to shield the ball from the pressure and can handle the pressure. Turn away from the pressure and pass. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 614 Lissek 7 Side line Side line channel channel Play out of 16 yd hit using midfield player where is the empty space.Air pass Ball around manRun without ballRun with ballGround pass Man around ballLift ballChange positionOffensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fsOffensive reverse stickDeffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rsDefensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 620 Lissek 7: When the side line ball is closed then the center is open. space players player space © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 624 Lissek 8: The change from 4-3 defenders, 1 defender moves into a space created by the movement of a midfield player. Quarter and triangular system. Formation against attack by the full team defense 50 yd/ 40 yd/ 25 yd Changes of formation. Tactical play “off-of the ball” and ball position during the movement of the ball from left to right and right to left. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 625 Lissek 11: Pressure “the sandwich” x x 0 x 0 x The role and function of the center forward; when do I have to run and where to run. T point © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 626 Lissek 9 X X X X X Ball moved around the Find gap in defense to score adefense while looking for deflection goal a gap in the defense. Defense pressure the ball carrier. Air pass Ball around man Run without ball Run with ball Ground pass Man around ball Lift ball Change position Offensive front stick Stop with rs pass with fs Offensive reverse stick Deffensive front stick Stop with fs pass with rs Defensive reverse stick © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 627 Lissek 11 Function CH during 16 yd hit Low position Meet the ball Shield the ball Play with defense Tactical advantage of “escaping” the pressure CH When someone pressures the CH, there is space somewhere else on the field. A 10 yd back pass. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 632 Lissek 10 Midfields are involved with building the attack out of defense. Side line position of the wings moves during side attacks: - move and create space for the next pass Line ball situation - open the ball for the line Circulation of players RW CH LW © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 643 Spanish running Warm up 15 yd High leg outside coach Players run down the middle S running 50 yd Arg does not like full press. Man to man marking. Don’t try to beat #3 with tight dribble – he can turn quick. #3 can’t run fast. © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.
    • Page 654 crossover Rotate upper body to face the goal Page 681 Add to ? Junior League goals # of players # of games Length of season Ages:7-8 and 9-10 # of coaches # of nets © 2007 Derek Pappas. All Rights Reserved.