Tag: small-sided games
Passive defending is a great way to have attacking players work on their moves without fear of having the ball taken away. Passive defending is also a great way to eliminate bad defensive habits.
Who says that the World Cup only has to take place every four years? Incorporate World Cup Tournament small-sided scrimmages in each practice and enjoy the World Cup year-round.
A successful throw-in strategy and philosophy relies on movement along with checking-in, thrower awareness, and accurate throws. On most throw-ins, the thrower should have a minimum of three teammates open to receive the throw.