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Sidestep your marker like iniesta (4)

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  • 1. In association withPERFORMANCE Coerver Coaching is the world’s number one soccer skills teaching method www.coerver.co.uk. Follow @CoerverUKPLAY LIKE SPAIN TASIDESTEP YOUR MARKER LIKE INIESBarcelona’s creator-in-chief can control, turn and pass all in one fluid movement. Introducethis drill to your training sessions and you’ll soon find that you can do just the same B2 D1 INIESTA’S DRIBBLIN G Drill No.4 B1 20 yds C1 A1 20 ydsSET UP ACTION HOW IT HELPSMark out an area A1 passes the ball to B1. As the ball Even when he’s being tightly marked,measuring 20 x 20 yards. leaves A1’s foot, B1 meets the ball Andres Iniesta is able to receive the ballPlace a cone in the before it reaches the cone. With their because he has the ability to control itcentre of the square. first touch, B1 takes the ball on the on the turn and step away from hisDivide the players into turn to their left or right, spinning marker. This drill challenges the playerfour groups, positioning around the cone so they are now facing to meet the ball, spin and pass, all ineach team on a corner the corner they came from. B1 then one rapid movement – just like Iniesta. EVEN MORE ONLINEof the square. Each team passes back to B2 and returns to theirhas a ball. corner. As they release the ball, C1 Want to learn more from the pros? passes to D1 to repeat the sequence. Get online for exclusive interviews as the game’s stars give their guidance, plus more drills from the experts. http://performance.fourfourtwo.com

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