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    BARCELONA-SEMINAR & FUSSBALLCAMP Training Sessions BARCELONA-SEMINAR & FUSSBALLCAMP Training Sessions Document Transcript

    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 1 - MORNING DATE: 22-6-13 TIME: 09.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 1 Number of players: 12 Technical and tactical objectives of the training session:  Technical: pass with different parts of the body  Tactical: positional game Time: DEVELOPMENT OF THE SESSION DIAGRAM  WARM-UP (30’) 8’ 8’ 10’ 2-4’ Technical ability (juggling) and ball control using different parts of the foot. Try to use different ways to raise the ball from the floor. Do not use hands. Initial Cone  Central Cone  Initial Cone  Final Cone  Initial Cone Space: 10x10mts square. The game consists of passing the ball to the player who is diagonal to the ball (first series) and the player who is in front of the ball (second series). The pass will be made using either the inside or outside part of the foot, according to the coach’s instructions. After the pass, the player will move to the cone where he passed the ball doing articular movements following the coach’s instructions. In a similar space, the players will make one-touch passes to the teammates located next to them. The passes must be to the space (in front of the player). After the pass, the player will move to the cone where he passed the ball doing articular movements. 4’ each way. We will use the correct leg depending on the direction. Stretching, recovery, hydration. Initial Cone Central Cone Final Cone ____________________________________ ____________________________________  MAIN PART 1 (25’) 10’ 15’ Space: 8x8mts square. “Rondos” 4x2 to reinforce the passing concepts seen beforehand. The players who are in the middle have to steal the ball. *Rules: • Individual / in pairs • It is not allowed to repeat a pass • Collective goal: we have to count the number of passes *What to correct: • Body position / Contact surface • Peripheral vision. “Rondo” 6x2 without a defined area to encourage the cognitive process of the player, who will need to analyse the space he occupies with respect to the player that has the ball and decide which kind of movement is the most appropriate: • Come to feet (unmark in order to help close to the ball) • Runner (unmark looking for a long pass) *Instructions: constant support. ____________________________________
    • Joan Marmol  MAIN PART 2 (30’) 15’ 15’ Possession game: 4x4+3 jokers (1 inside joker, 2 outside jokers). Space: Rectangle (imitating real game situations) of 8x14mts *Rules: • 2-3 touches • Attack or defend the space • Use the skills more convenient in each moment. ______________________________________________ In a bigger space, we will progress to real game, with 2 goalkeepers and 2 outside jokers. When the team in possession manages to complete 5 passes, they can attack the goal located on the other end of the pitch. However, if the team that does not have the ball is able to steal it, they attack the same goal where they were pressuring. *Instructions and concepts to teach: defence-attack transition. _________________________________________  COOL DOWN (5’) 5’ Stretching, recovery, hydration Feedback: remember the main concepts of the training session
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 1– AFTERNOON DATE: 22-6-13 TIME: 16.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 2 Number of players: TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS : OBSERVATIONS & FEEDBACK Concerning the 1-4-4-3 formation, we can also explain briefly the evolution of the system by positions. Moreover, we can tell the players exactly what is expected of them in each position (for instance: a goal-keeper needs to play with his feet, peripheral vision, etcetera…). Try to make the players interact by asking questions or letting them explain concepts. Formation: 1-4-3-3 Initiation – creation – game development – ending Players’ role in each position FCB way to play: - Width and depth - Triangles, fast game - Evolution and timing of game situations - Changing the rhythm of play Increase: long passes Decrease: short passes - Attack to defend the space given - Defend with positional attack - Fast transitions attack-defence
    • Joan Marmol TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS : OBSERVATIONS & FEED-BACK Concerning the 1-3-2-1 formation, the coaches should explain briefly the evolutions of the system by positions: • Goal-keeper: peripheral vision, good with his feet, help if our team needs to come back and start again… • Centre Back: peripheral vision, needs to move the ball fast, follows the opponent’s striker, help to start again… • Right/Left Backs: must be offensive, we look for depth on the wings (only one of them attacking: never both at the same time). • Midfielders: mobility, constant unmarks and helps. It is fundamental that they create triangles. They must be separated and never in the same line to avoid that one pass of the opponent could overcome both of them. • Striker: Movements to the wings according the position of the ball. • Try to make the players interact by asking questions or letting them explain concepts. Formation: 1-3-2-1 Initiation – creation – game development – ending Players’ role in each position FCB way to play: - Width and depth - Triangles, fast game - Evolution and timing of game situations - Changing the rhythm of play Increase: long passes Decrease: short passes - Attack to defend the space given - Defend with positional attack - Fast transitions attack-defence
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 2 - MORNING DATE: 23-6-13 Time: 09.30h (Duration: 95’) Session No. 3 Number of players: 12 Technical and tactical objectives of the training session:  Technical: Control and pass Tactical: Scoring and game with numerical superiority Time DEVELOPMENT OF THE SESSION DIAGRAMS  WARM-UP (30’) 6’ 6’ 2 series of 6’ 4-5’ Round trip until the cones. Analytical exercise where we must put into practice different technical skills, following the coach’s instructions (i.e. running with the ball with using different parts of the food or body, feints, dribbling…). Space: 3 stages (first one at 10mts, second at 15mts and third at 20m). “Moving triangles”. Groups of 3 people. Each group practice short and medium passes between its members. *Instructions: focus on how to improve ball control. The ball control is one of the most essential skills in football. In this drill the coach must make a good explanation of the control with its variants (oriented, trapping, soften…) as well as some aspects to correct such as: “attack” the ball (and do not wait for it), use the most appropriate surface, calculate the trajectory of the ball, etcetera…. Space: 15x15mts. 3 teams of 4 players, giving one different colour to each team. Using 4 balls, they have to make passes. *Rules • Red team can only pass the ball to yellow team • Yellow team can only pass the ball to orange team • Orange team can only pass the ball to red team • When a player does not have the ball, he has to do articular movements. PROGRESSION: In the second series, we take off the bibs and play without colours, instead naming the player to whom we pass the ball. Stretching, recovery, water 10m 15m 20m _____________________________________ _____________________________________  MAIN PART 1 (30’) 15’ Space: 4 pitches of 10x10mts. We divide the whole group into groups of 3 players. Each little group will occupy the zone between the cones. The player with the ball will pass it to his teammate, who will do an oriented control between the cones in order to pass to the following teammate.
    • Joan Marmol 15’ Oriented control + scoring (1vs1 drill). We put one exercise in each side of the box. The defender facing the goal and the attacker with his back to the goal. They make a minimum of 3 short passes; after that, the attacker decides when he wants to turn around and face the goalkeeper (*important: use the appropriate part of the foot (inside/outside) to turn around depending on the direction. Automatically, the defender tries to prevent the attacker from scoring. ___________________  MAIN PART 2 (30’) 12’ 2 series of 9’ Space: 8x8mts. square. “Rondos” 4x2 to reinforce the offensive-defensive transition. The player that loses the ball goes to the middle and must try to steal it from the player that was inside before this player passes the ball to anyone from the outside. Progression factors: • Reduce number of touches (1-2) • Do not repeat passes • Oblige them to only use either the inside or outside part of the foot. Space: 15x15. Possession game with 3 teams (4x4 + 4 jokers) *Rules: • 2 teams have the ball and the other tries to steal it. When they achieve this, they switch the roles (the team that loses the ball now has to steal it, and the one that stole the ball, has to maintain possession with the other team). ____________________________________  COOL DOWN (5’) 5’ Stretching, recovery, hydration Feedback: reinforce the training session’s main ideas.
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    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 2 - AFTERNOON DATE: 23-6-13 TIME: 16.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 4 Number of players: TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS: OBSERVATIONS – FEED-BACK Remember concepts (width and depth). Formation: 1-4-3-3 Competition where we will put into practice the technical and tactical concepts taught in the morning. The coaches will correct all the mistakes (stopping the game if needed).
    • Joan Marmol TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS : OBSERVATIONS & FEED-BACK Concerning the 1-3-2-1 formation, the coaches should explain briefly the evolutions of the system by positions: • Goal-keeper: peripheral vision, good with his feet, help if our team needs to come back and start again… • Centre Back: peripheral vision, needs to move the ball fast, follows the opponent’s striker, help to start again… • Right/Left Backs: must be offensive, we look for depth on the wings (only one of them attacking: never both at the same time). • Midfielders: mobility, constant unmarks and helps. It is fundamental that they create triangles. They must be separated and never in the same line to avoid that one pass of the opponent could overcome both of them. • Striker: Movements to the wings according the position of the ball. • Try to make the players interact by asking questions or letting them explain concepts. Formation: 1-3-2-1 Initiation – creation – game development – ending Players’ role in each position FCB way to play: - Width and depth - Triangles, fast game - Evolution and timing of game situations - Changing the rhythm of play Increase: long passes Decrease: short passes - Attack to defend the space given - Defend with positional attack - Fast transitions attack-defence
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 3 – MORNING DATE: 24-6-13 TIME: 09.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 5 Number of players: 12 Technical and tactical objectives of the training session:  Technical: running with the ball + feints and dribbling Tactical: 1 against 1 with chaotic situations + chaotic training Time DEVELOPMENT OF THE SESSION GRAPHIC  WARM-UP (30’) 2 series of 6’ 2 series of 6’ 2-4’ Half of the group will make a big circle. The other half will be inside of the circle with one ball each. They have to run with the ball (using different surfaces indicated by the coach) and look which players from outside are free to make a pass to them and receive the ball back in order to continue running with the ball. Explain the main technical skills of running with the ball and its variants (simple, superior, slow, fast…). Aspects to correct: • Permanent control of the ball • Peripheral vision • Ball coverage Space: 12x12mts. In pairs, one player will have the ball while the other player will pursue him and try to steal it. When he succeeds, they switch roles. All the players will need to dodge other players. To do so, they must look around (peripheral vision) and keep their heads up (try to avoid looking at the ball) to be able to dribble and make feints. The players should not abuse of the dribbling (it is just a resource, not the main goal of this exercise!!). Stretching, recovery, water.  MAIN PART 1 (25’) 2 series of 12’ Space: half pitch 4 teams and 4 goals. Each team scores in one goal and defends one goal, meaning that 2 matches are taking place at the same time. We look for chaotic games, so we won’t set up any rules (just the “street football” ones: no hands, no fouls…). PROGRESSION: In the second series, we do the same thing but with only 2 teams that will attack and defend 2 goals each at the same time.
    • Joan Marmol  PARTE PRINCIPAL 2 (25’) 2 series of 12’ Space: 6 little pitches of 5x7mts. Chaotic training. We start practicing 1 against 1 situations, trying to score in our opponent’s goal (running with the ball beyond the line and stopping the ball). After 2’, the space increases, and the players continue to do 1vs1 but using the space of 2 pitches (10x7). After 2’, they will use the space of 3 pitches (15x7). After 2’ (and until the end of the series) they will use the whole space (30x7). The complexity of the drill will increase progressively because the players from other pitches will occupy the same space. *What to correct: • Peripheral vision • Heads up • Running with the ball with the appropriate part of the foot • Skills: feints and dribbling.  COOL DOWN (10’) 10’ Stretching, recovery, hydration Feed back: reinforce the main concepts of the training session
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 3 - AFTERNOON DATE: 24-6-13 TIME: 16.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 6 Number of players: TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS: OBSERVACIONES – FEEDBACK Remember concepts and introduce new ideas (movements of the mid-fielders). Formation: 1-4-4-3 • Initiation – creation – development – ending • Role of the players • Width and depth • Triangles • Rhythm of the game Competition where we will put into practice the technical and tactical concepts taught in the morning. The coaches will correct all the mistakes (stopping the game if needed). Aspects to correct: • Avoid running with the ball without passing to the teammate.
    • Joan Marmol TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS : OBSERVATIONS & FEED-BACK Concerning the 1-3-2-1 formation, the coaches should explain briefly the evolutions of the system by positions: • Goal-keeper: peripheral vision, good with his feet, help if our team needs to come back and start again… • Centre Back: peripheral vision, needs to move the ball fast, follows the opponent’s striker, help to start again… • Right/Left Backs: must be offensive, we look for depth on the wings (only one of them attacking: never both at the same time). • Midfielders: mobility, constant unmarks and helps. It is fundamental that they create triangles. They must be separated and never in the same line to avoid that one pass of the opponent could overcome both of them. • Striker: Movements to the wings according the position of the ball. • Try to make the players interact by asking questions or letting them explain concepts. Formation: 1-3-2-1 Initiation – creation – game development – ending Players’ role in each position FCB way to play: - Width and depth - Triangles, fast game - Evolution and timing of game situations - Changing the rhythm of play Increase: long passes Decrease: short passes - Attack to defend the space given - Defend with positional attack - Fast transitions attack-defence
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 4 - MORNING DATE: 25-6-13 TIME: 09.30h (Duration: 95’) Session No. 7 Number of players: 12 Technical and tactical objectives of the training session:  Technical: Feints and passing + coordination exercises + shooting Tactical: Position game + defensive evolution Time DEVELOPMENT OF THE SESSION GRAPHIC  WARM-UP (30’) 5’ 8’ 2 series of 6’ 4-5’ First 2’, all the players with one ball will juggle (individually). Later, in groups of 3 players, we will practice dribbling. Explanation of the feint and the dribbling (technical skills) with its parts and timing. Aspects to reinforce and correct: • Change of rhythm (speed) after the feint • Distance with the opponent • Body position of the defender Groups of 3 players. The first player will run with the ball towards the cone and once he reaches it, he will do a feint + dribbling (step-over, roulette, feint with/without ball, etc…) according to the coach instructions and finally, he will pass the ball to the player in front of him, who will do exactly the same. Explanation of the shoot. Aspects to reinforce and correct: • Shoot with the appropriate foot surface (inside part if we look for precision, instep if we look for power…). • Supporting leg (close to the ball). Coordination + shoot. The player will start at one of the cones located opposite the goal. He will run without the ball facing the ability circuit, where he will “dribble” the cones following the coach’s instructions. Once he does that, he will take one of the balls that will be ready in front of him in order to shoot and try to score. Stretching, recovery, water  MAIN PART 1 (30’) 15’ Finishing exercise. We divide the whole group into 2 teams of 6 players. Each group will do the exercise on one side. One player will begin the drill passing the ball to the teammate who will have already done a feint to get open before the pass. The second player will leave the ball in an advantageous position for the first player to shoot. The coach will indicate the direction of the shot (near post, far post). [On one side they will shoot with the left foot and on the other with the right foot. It is very important for the coaches to correct the aspects worked beforehand].
    • Joan Marmol 15’ 2x2. Player 1 makes a pass to Player 2 and Player 2 passes the ball to Player 3, who will begin the attack. (P3 + P4 vs. P1 + P2). *What to correct: • Attacking depending on the free space • Depth passes • Passing lines between teammates • Decision-making • Etcetera  MAIN PART 2 (30’) 30’ Positional game with offensive-defensive transition + finishing 3 teams of 4 players. One team will be located in a big square (12x12mts) in one side of the pitch; another team will be located in another big square (12x12mts). The third team will be divided into 2 groups, in a way that 2 players will defend in each square, making 2 different 4x2 possession games. The possession game will start in one of the squares. If the team with the ball is able to complete 5 passes in a row, they can pass the ball to the other space. However, if the 2 defenders can manage to steal the ball, they will attack to the nearest goal. Once finished this action, they will be in possession (with the 2 other players from the other square) and the team who lost possession will split in 2 to become defenders.  COOL DOWN (5’) 5’ Stretching, recovery, hydration Feedback: reinforce the main concepts of the training session
    • Joan Marmol TRAINING SESSION DAY 4 – AFTERNOON DATE: 25-6-13 TIME: 16.30h (Duration: 90’) Session No. 8 Number of players: TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS: OBSERVATIONS – FEEDBACK Remember key concepts and introduce new ideas (movements of the offensive line). Formation: 1-4-3-3 Competition where we will put into practice the technical and tactical concepts taught in the morning. The coaches should correct any mistakes (stopping the game if necessary).
    • Joan Marmol TACTICAL APPROACH CONCEPTS : OBSERVATIONS & FEED-BACK Concerning the 1-3-2-1 formation, the coaches should explain briefly the evolutions of the system by positions: • Goal-keeper: peripheral vision, good with his feet, help if our team needs to come back and start again… • Centre Back: peripheral vision, needs to move the ball fast, follows the opponent’s striker, help to start again… • Right/Left Backs: must be offensive, we look for depth on the wings (only one of them attacking: never both at the same time). • Midfielders: mobility, constant unmarks and helps. It is fundamental that they create triangles. They must be separated and never in the same line to avoid that one pass of the opponent could overcome both of them. • Striker: Movements to the wings according the position of the ball. Try to make the players interact by asking questions or letting them explain concepts. Formation: 1-3-2-1 Initiation – creation – game development – ending Players’ role in each position FCB way to play: - Width and depth - Triangles, fast game - Evolution and timing of game situations - Changing the rhythm of play Increase: long passes Decrease: short passes - Attack to defend the space given - Defend with positional attack - Fast transitions attack-defence