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Rondos - Up Back Through

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Part one of inspire's Rondos series

#rondosthursday

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Jed Davies @tpimbw

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Rondos - Up Back Through

  1. 1. inspire! 1 To reference this work please use the following wording in the references section of your work: Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondoswww.Inspire.football FOOTBALL RONDOS
  2. 2. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos The 4 v 2 Rondo provides the foundation for the theory needed to progress onto the ‘Up-Back-Through’ Rondo detailed in the remainder of this presentation. The size of the rondo and any of the possible conditions of play depend on the technical ability and physical profile of your players. For the purposes of beginning the conversation, the suggested dimensions have been proposed as 8x10 yards. There are three types of pass in football and the terminology given to these three passes often causes confusion. The original terminology I learned when observing rondo theory was that of ‘first line pass’, ‘second line pass’ and ‘third line pass’. • First Line Pass: any pass that takes place in front of the opposition and does not bypass the opposition player. • Second Line Pass: any pass that looks to go ‘around’ the opposition • Third Line Pass: any pass that goes through the opponent, a split pass. The purpose of the first line pass is to promote the conditions for a third line pass opportunity. You should encourage the third line pass as often as possible – this can be seen as a ‘penetration pass’ from a central defender to a striker who might have dropped into a pocket of space for example. The defenders should look to position themselves to block any second line pass and ‘layer’ themselves so they could both potentially intercept a third line pass as well as potentially pressure any first line pass. The objective of the defenders is not to tackle but to intercept. Please use language you deem appropriate to paint the best pictures for your players to build understanding. 2 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. 6 - 12 8-16 www.Inspire.football
  3. 3. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos The attacking learning outcomes for this rondo include: • body shape (opened up to be able to play the penetrative pass whenever possible) • Three types of pass (prioritising) • Tempocontroltomove theopponent(halfatouch–quicker,stoppingwiththesole –slowing) • The creation of supporting angles and finding angles to receive or create penetration • Pulling the opponent’s to be flat / square (removing ‘layers’) • Pulling opponents wide / horizontally to find gaps • Learning the principles of a diamond (as above) If we consider this rondo to be positional specific then we can think about the red team players as a central defender (at the bottom of the image), a full back and a central midfielder either side of the box and an advanced player at the top of the rondo (a winger that may have dropped inside / a striker that has dropped into a pocket and so on). Some conditions / progressions / optional variations: • Time: during a timed contest you may wish to tally up a point scoring system that places more value to a third line pass than a second or thirdlinepass. • Points: you may wish to create a point scoring system (perhaps 10 pointsmeansthedefendersmustnowwintheballtwicetogetout…) • Touches (to increase tempo and concentration): you may wish to introducearulewherebypassAhastobeonetouchandpassBhasto betwotouches(A,B,A,B,A….) • Organisational: to increase values of team work in defending and attacking, you should look to ensure BOTH defenders are rewarded upon winning the ball and BOTH attackers are punished (the one who lost the ball and the person who passed him the ball before). If you include any transition / change then this should be done with speed andaggressionasapriority–NOWALKINGORWAITING!Tempo! • You may have this rondo functioning in a dual-directional manner (North to South, the mirroring back) or freely directional. Preference is takentoeventuallymasteringthedual-directionaldesign(purposeful). • Passingsequence: onefirstlinepass(minimum)mustbemadebefore athirdlinepass(toallowdefensiverecognition) 3 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. www.Inspire.football
  4. 4. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos The Up-Back-Through Rondo This rondo moves on from the 4 vs. 2 rondo (principles of the diamond) and looks at a number of different areas. Many of the same learning outcomesstillstandfrombefore. The objective is to get the ball from one end to the other end and back again – over and over. You can only do this by playing into the receiving area outlined in the centre of the possession box. Only the ‘striker’ is allowed into the receiving area. The receiving area should be no bigger than 6 yards in height (so that his marking defender can mark him and preventhimfromplayingforwards). The ideal scenario is for the ball to be played UP to the striker (who cannot wait in the receiving zone and must only move into the zone upon seeing a penetration opportunity), the striker will then set the ball BACK to a player giving a supporting angle underneath and then it is playedTHROUGHtothewingermakingadiagonalrunintothenextbox. Once the ball has travelled to the other end (played into the target from the winger that received the ball), the format is completely mirrored as showninthefollowingimagesinthepresentation. Perhaps specific to a 2-3-1 formation in 7-a-side but the principles are more important than the formation. The language of UP-BACK- THROUGH is to be understood through moving a CB out of his slot and creatingspaceforawingertomakeadiagonalruninto Right WingerLeft Winger Goalkeeper / Central Defender Right-sided Defender (RCB / RB) Left-sided Defender (LCB / LB) Striker Central Midfielder Target (phase B) Receiving Area / ‘the pocket’ 4 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. Opposition Midfield Line 10-16 8-14 8-12 4-6 www.Inspire.football
  5. 5. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos The image shows the movements required to ensure the structure of the rondo flows. Once the structure and format is understood by players youcanthenbegintobringaboutpositionspecificlearningoutcomes. The movement from the striker should look to fit into one of the followingoptions: • Checking into his defender before moving into the receiving channel aspace(andother‘fake’doublemovements) • Going behind the eye-line of his defender before racing in to the receivingchanneluponlosingthedefendermomentarily. Any time the striker moves into the receiving area and he does not get the ball he should reset his movement and stretch the opposition defence back again (creating the defensive line – midfield line space in a game). Ensure the striker is moving into the receiving area at any opportunity that the penetration pass (third or second line) can be played. If the striker can turn because the defender has not followed, then he is encouragedtodoso.However,thedefendershouldfollowoutofhisslot and then the UP-BACK-THROUGH can occur. The UP-BACK-THROUGH should ideally be carried out all with one touch and therefore proper technique should be taught here (body over ball, compact and tensed bodystructure,toesupanklelockedetc.) Wingers are to make the diagonal runs at pace and once they’ve received the ball they should play to the target player at the end. Timing ofthisrunisvital. Right WingerLeft Winger Goalkeeper / Central Defender Right-sided Defender (RCB / RB) Left-sided Defender (LCB / LB) Striker Central Midfielder Target (phase B) 5 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. Opposition Midfield Line www.Inspire.football
  6. 6. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos Once the ball has reached the target player, the rondo should completely mirror itself and the scenario is repeated. The rondo now flips and is carriedoutintheotherdirection. The pace at which full backs should sprint out to their wing positions should be encouraged with intensity, as with the nearest defender (or rotational)sprintingintothesecondboxtobecometheseconddefender. If you are carrying out position specific learning, then you can have the strikerandcentralmidfielderrotatepositionsuponthethroughball. The CM’s positioning and receiving shape is an area where coaches should pay attention to: can he play forwards? Can he create space for otherstoplayforwards?Etc. Communication is a vital theme throughout these structures. The coach shouldemphasis‘Up-Back-Through’untilplayerstakeovervocally Conditions/ManagementIdeas: • Organisational: you can have this rondo either timed before positions are changed or placed on a point scoring system (whoever the defender wins the ball off of on his third interception of the ball for example). You may wish to reward the attacking team and again create a point scoring system for reaching their target that punishes thedefenders(bystayinginagain) • Intensity: playersarechanged into defenders if athird reminderabout intensityofaction(sprintingtonewposition) • Encourageuseofcentralmidfielderoncebeforeoptiontopenetrateis available Left WingerRight Winger Target Right-sided Defender (RCB / RB) Left-sided Defender (LCB / LB)CM Striker GK / CB 6 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. Opposition Midfield Line www.Inspire.football
  7. 7. @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondoswww.Inspire.football The Up-Back-Through Rondo Continuous Cycle 7 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing.
  8. 8. @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos 7 Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. VISIT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p22FnMLUU80 FOR AN ANIMATED VISUAL OF THIS RONDO www.Inspire.football
  9. 9. inspire! @inspirethegame facebook.com/FootballRondos Content created by Jed Davies (@TPiMBW) ABOUT RONDOS Spain, Barcelona and Pep Guardiola have brought about a world-wide recognition for rondos in the last decade and in most nations, our possession box games shrunk overnight. Unfortunately, possession box games have also become a neglected time in our sessions, often un-coached and without many learning objectives. The objective of the rondos presentations delivered by inspire football coach education (UK) is to highlight potential learning opportunities in this training methodology and format. Kieran Smith will deliver a webinar for Inspire on rondos and give his first hand account and insight into how ideas can be implemented through rondos (Kieran Smith is a former AD Alcorcon coach 2014-15, who would play fixtures against many of Spain’s biggest clubs such as Real Madrid). I owe the foundations of my knowledge to a coach I worked alongside at the University of Oxford (2013-14) called Jon Collins (who was writing a PhD in Spanish training methodology at the time). Jon Collins opened my eyes to the hundreds of details that turn rondos into a truly valuable education tool. Some months before beginning my work at the University of Oxford I was fortunate enough to undertake study visits to clubs such as Barcelona, Villarreal, Swansea, Liverpool and others. All the rondos that will be detailed each Thursday for Inspire (www.inspire.football) have been created with a heavy influence from those I’ve observed before. Positional rondos, rondos that look to educate the languages of the game, rondos that promote specific principles (overloading, penetration, movement, the responses in transition etc) and much more will form the majority of the theoretical content in these presentations. My sole objective is to promote multi-directional possession box formats (rondos) as valuable tools for player education. I do not believe that rondos serve a purpose to imitate the playing style or the training methodology of Spain or Barcelona. Barcelona youth academy graduates spend around 20% of all contact hours training in rondos (referenced in the book ‘Coaching the Tiki-Taka Style of Play’, pg. 34). The La Masia graduates may have spent 1,000 hours in rondos, but they’ve done so in a very specific type of rondo, specific to the Barcelona playing style. Please share these presentations freely and use your Thursdays wisely! Visit www.inspire.football 8 To reference this work please use the following wording in the references section of your work: Davies, J. (2015) Football Rondos. London: Inspire Football Publishing. www.Inspire.football

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