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    RAFDY MEHDI

    Hi, How many touches (ball) per player?
    Could we play in progression with 3 touches, 2 touches, 1 touche?
    To make the game more difficult, after each point scored, the support player can make a long pass to the other side to make area changes!

    Sorry for my English written.
    Thanks in advance,

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      Tom Mura

      Rafdy,

      You can start with one ball and then add more if the players have difficulty scoring. Adding a restriction on touches would be a great progression.

      Thanks for sharing your ideas.

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    baati youssef

    c est un exercice analytique de zone qui peu aider les joueurs a comprendre les notions de placement et de deplacement a bien conserver la balle .

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    Mark Paige

    I’ve played this game many times with my teams over the years. A key for less skilled teams is to add neutrals who are always on offense so that the offensive team can maintain possession long enough to score before being dispossessed.

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    Scott allen

    Hi Alex, can you help me with some drills for a u6 team just learning the concepts of spacing and positioning themselves off the ball to recieve a pass while on attack or defense.

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    Somi

    Hi’add ntural player of long lines for more load on defend team.
    thanks.

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    jamesgermurphy

    great article will try it out.

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    Ibrahim

    Thanks great drill! I Will try iT this week on training with 2 bouncers(neutrals). The kids loose the ball to fast on 1vs1.

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