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LEVEL ONE FUTSAL

PRACTICAL MANUAL
AFC
COACH EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT
ALI TARGHOLIZADE
2006

BASIC TECHNIQUE
DRIBBLING No. 1
ANIMATION

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BASIC TECHNIQUE : DRIBBLING


From a technical standpoint, dribbling is the
biomechanical execution of a movement, but
from a tactical perspective, dribbling has an aim:
Going past an opponent with the ball.

PRACTICE 1
ORGANIZATION:
1. PLAYERS: All
2. AREA: Full pitch
3. BALLS: 1 ball per player
4. BIBS: 2 sets of different colours
5. CONES: 20 pieces of 2 different colours
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BASIC DRIBBLING 1
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Head up for awareness
2. Fast footwork with more touches
3. Keep the ball tight
4. Different kinds of touches
5. Change of direction
6. Technique of easy movements with ball
7. Body feint
8. Emphasize sole contact with the ball

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DRIBBLING Practice 1

Practice: Keep the ball tight (close) and run along the line
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DRIBBLING Practice 2
Practice: Keep ball tight, dribble on the line and
turn at half line.
Variation : Players to turn from end line
Progression : Emphasize speed in footwork
and keep head up

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DRIBBLING Practice 3

Practice: Players to move


freely in half pitch
Players to keep ball tight
with contacts using both
feet, head up for
awareness
Progression 1: Use other
players as opponents
Change direction and
speed, disguise (feints)

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DRIBBLING Practice 3

Progression 2 : Players to keep possession in half pitch by keeping the8 ball


tight and shielding against 3 defenders (white) who will try to kick it away

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DRIBBLING Practice 3

Progression 3 : Increase playing area to full pitch


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DRIBBLING Practice 4

1m

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Practice : Juggling within 1m radius


Progression: Juggling between two touchlines

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DRIBBLING Practice 5

5m

Practice: Football tennis (1 vs. 1)


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5m

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DRIBBLING Practice 5

10m

5m
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Variation 1: Football Tennis (2 vs. 2) unlimited touches


Variation 2: After 3 mins., restrict to only 1 touch

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DRIBBLING Practice 6

Progression 1: Increase playing area to full pitch with 2 defenders


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DRIBBLING Practice 6

Practice: Players with the ball must Cross the river (marked area)
near the half line and dribble past the 2 defenders into the end zone

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DRIBBLING Practice 6

Progression 2: Introduce 3 defenders


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BASIC TECHNIQUE
DRIBBLING No. 2
ANIMATION

CLICK HERE VIDEO

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BASIC TECHNIQUE : DRIBBLING


PRACTICE 1
ORGANIZATION:
1. PLAYERS: All
2. AREA: Full pitch
3. BALLS: 1 ball per player
4. BIBS: 2 sets of different colours
5. CONES: 20 pieces of 2 different colours

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DRIBBLING Practice 7
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Practice: Player to dribble through 1m channel, and shoot at GK 18


through 2m gates. After shooting, collect ball from GK and join the
queue at opposite end

DRIBBLING Practice 7
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DRIBBLING Practice 7
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Fast footwork with many number of touches
2. Keep ball tight (close)
3. Different type of touches
4. Emphasize use of the weaker foot
5. Technique of keeping ball tight
6. Keep centre of gravity low
7. Relax fluid movements

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DRIBBLING Practice 8
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Practice: Player to slalom around cones, go around red cones and21


shoot at GK. After shooting, collect ball from GK and join the queue at
opposite end

DRIBBLING Practice 8
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DRIBBLING Practice 8
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Open arms for balance
2. Measured touches on the ball
3. Ball tight
4. Different kinds of contact surface
5. Body feint
6. Change of direction
7. Feel ball position with the feet to keep
head up as much as possible

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DRIBBLING Practice 9

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Practice: Player to slalom around 2 sets of cones, pass under the24


hurdle, receive the ball again

DRIBBLING Practice 9

Left foot

Sole shielding

Right foot

Back ward
Toe ball touches

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DRIBBLING Practice 9

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ADVANCED TECHNIQUE
DRIBBLING No. 3
ANIMATION

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DRIBBLING Practice 10
ORGANIZATION:
1. PLAYERS: 2 players (1 vs. 1) in each grid
2. AREA: Full pitch with 4 grids measuring 10m x 20m
3. BALLS: 2 per pair of players
4. BIBS: 2 sets of different colors
5. CONES: 20 pcs of 2 different colors
6. TIME: 1min work 3min rest (depending on age and ability)

PRACTICE:
Attacker to start from own end line and to score by
dribbling through the opposite cones (1m wide) at the
opposite.
Must keep ball possession and dribble past
opponent.
Exchange roles from Attacker to Defender
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DRIBBLING Practice 10
1v1
4

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3

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PRACTICE: Start position (1 vs.1) in 10m x 20m grid

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DRIBBLING Practice 10
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. All previous coaching points
2. Approach opponent with tight control
3. Use feints or quick footwork to deceive opponent
4. Quick change of direction and speed
5. Go past opponent
6. Accelerate away towards goal

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DRIBBLING Practice 10

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DRIBBLING Practice 11 (2 vs 2)

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Note: Encourage players to dribble despite risk of losing possession


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DRIBBLING Practice 12

2
5

Practice: 2v2+1GK and scoring goal with dribbling


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Defenders after possess ball attacking to smalls goals

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DRIBBLING SESSION

Coaches must be planning program that


players encouraged to dribbling rather than
passing or shooting in dribbling sessions.
This is essential for learning procedure to
loose the ball and attempting to achieve for
next time (trial and error).

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DRIBBLING 4v4

2
3

Practice: All players trying to dribble and boost their skills


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DRIBBLING 4v4

2
3

Practice : 4v4 normal game with focused on dribbling in all the pitch
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PASS
ANIMATION

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PASS
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Possession of ball
2. Boost kicking skills
3. Recognize choice of pass on different zone
4. variety of passing skills
5. Support play
6. Creating space
7. Increase quality of passes
8. Pass to far leg

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BASIC PASS AS WARM UP


PASSING COACHING POINTS.
1. Weight or Pace of Pass : The pass should be sent with optimal
weight to the receiver who control the ball easily or play the ball
comfortably with one touch.
2. Accuracy : pass accurate is a kind of art and essential for ball
possession.
3. Time of the Pass : The player in possession of the ball should not
pass to teammate who does not good position. A poorly time of pass
would be lost of possession.
4. Time of the Run : The player making a run to receive a pass should
ensure that the player in possession of the ball has under pressure and
is ready to make the pass. poorly timed run would be waste of energy
and loosing ball possession.
5. Support : It is vital that support the player in ball possession.
The more options a player has to pass the ball, the easier than to ball
possession. (angle and distance)
6. Awareness : It is essential for quality of passes

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PASS BASIC NO 1
2

3
Practice variety of passes:
Inside
Outside
Toe

Sole
Heel
Instep
Lob

Practice: Two players 1 ball


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BASIC PASS NO 1
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VARIATION: basic passes should be doing in different shape of practices41


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PASS BASIC NO 2
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Practice: Two players 1 ball


Movement and pass through the cones
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VARIATION: different type of passes

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PASS BASIC NO 3
2

1st touch with the sole

Lob

Practice: Two players 1 ball


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BASIC LOB PASS NO 3


2

Practice: Two players 1 ball


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LOB PASS NO4


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Mix Practice : the players split up 3 groups with 2 lines . Objective is lob but
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player would be developed in the control, pass, break run, shoot.
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LOB PASS NO4


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PASS NO5
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Practice: players after control the ball pull it with sole to pass to next
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teammate
Variation: different type of passes

PASS AND MENTAL SKILL NO6


ORGANIZATION:
1. PLAYERS: All
2. AREA: 8 or 6 each zone
3. BALLS: 2 ball per zone
4. BIBS: 2 sets of different colours
5. CONES: 20 pieces of 2 different colours

Practice:
Start point : The player No3 should pass to their team-mate
at the next cone (No 10) and then follow to take the place
of the front No 10 who return the ball and No3 pass to the
next cone for combination again between No 10 and No6.
Progression: the practice with two ball from two opposite
corner this is good for all technical and tactical and
mental aspects though to player involve with two balls.

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PASS AND MENTAL SKILL NO6


8m

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8m

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PASS AND MENTAL SKILL NO6


8m
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8m

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PASS AND MENTAL SKILL NO6


10 M
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10 M

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VARIATION: Two balls


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PASS NO2
ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 4 each zone or 3v1
PRACTICE:
ball possession with free touches, defender after
catch ball, change position.
PLAYING AREA:
5x5m zones
VARIATION:
Reduce number of touches 3,2,1

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PASS AND SUPPORT BASIC NO 1


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5m

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5m

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6
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VARIATION: Restriction the number of touches


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PASS AND SUPPORT BASIC NO 2


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8m

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8m

3
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VARIATION: 4v2 same practice


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PASS AND SUPPORT NO3


ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 4v4+ 2 Neutral player( GK)
Practice : The team have ball with 2 GK as
neutral players try to maintain ball and reach to
width or goal line consider scoring goal, the ball
must stabilized for 2 second on the line
Rule: The team have possession ball have to
kick less than 3 touches
Playing area: All pitch
Coaching points
All movements base on pass and support
technical aspects.
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PASS AND SUPPORT NO3


5
6

3
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Progression: to limit passes up to 1 touch

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PASS AND SUPPORT NO4


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6

3
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Practice: Playing 5v5 free game non pass restriction to GK


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PASS AND SUPRORT NO5


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Practice: Normal game 4v4+2GK
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PASS AND SUPRORT

SAMPLE
For major coaching points

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PASS AND SUPRORT SAMPLE


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interception

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Coaching points:
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Weight of pass
Low weights pass maybe:

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PASS AND SUPRORT SAMPLE


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Coaching points:
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A: Time of pass
B: No 4 deliver sole pass

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE

AN IDEA: WALL AS PARTNER:


1. Can perform in saloon
2. More touches
3. To Draw signs on wall for accuracy of passes
4. Anticipation
5. Awareness (head up)
6. To use small scale balls to improve skill
7. Increase ball control abilities

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE

1. Vertical line for accuracy of different kinds of passes


2. Boost ability of receiving and turning with ball

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE


ACCURACY OF PASSES
1.

According to points give them guideline to


account their abilities

2.

Individual and exciting

3.

All player can join same time

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE


1. Wall pass exercises
2. With both left and right legs

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE


1. Toe pass
2. Lob pass upper than horizontal line
3. Long passes

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ORDINARY FUTSAL PRACTICE


1. Swerving Inside
2. Swerving Outside
3. instep

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BASIC PASS AS WARM UP


NOTE FOR COACHES:
1. Futsal coaches must to plan basic part of
their technical program as Warm-up, focus on
objectives.
2. Futsal coaches must to Clarify practice
session rules and expectations through
individual and team descriptions

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CONTROL
WITH ANIMATION

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CONTROL
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Awareness and head up when under pressure
2. Boost receiving skills
3. Develop the quality of the first touch
4. Variety of contact surface
5. Develop Pivot player
6. Possession of ball
7. To develop technical aspect of GK

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CONTROL NO2

ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 3 players each groups, 2 in front of 1
PRACTICE: the exercise start with the player 2
aside with simple inside of foot passes and after
leave pass change position with the receiver.
Playing area: 3 zones
Follow by all coaching points

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CONTROL BASIC

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10

Force on player to control and lead the ball for next kick with the
sole up to reach and obtain skill

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CONTROL BASIC

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VARIATIONS: next page


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CONTROL BASIC

VARIATIONS:
1. Control the ball with right leg toward left side and kick with left
2. Control the ball with right leg toward right side and kick with right
3. Control the ball with left leg toward right side and kick with right
4. Control the ball with left leg toward left side and kick with left
5. Control the ball with left leg forward and kick with the left
6. Control the ball with right leg forward and kick with the right
7. Change the variety of passes, inside, outside, lob, etc.

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CONTROL
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Principal of control technique
2. Ball line
3. Body position in different zones
4. Encourage players to control with sole due to tight space in Futsal
5. Open body angle for ball possession to set out tactic
6. Quality of 1st touch

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CONTROL NO1
ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 3 Players on each groups.
Equipments: 3 marks in each field triangle shape and balls
Practice: Players supposed to defender as marks try to receive ball with
sole 1st touch and pass to next player
VARIATION:
1. Change ball circulations
2. Lob pass and control

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CONTROL NO1
2

11

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Practice; NO.11 send the ball to receiver(No.4) which sole control with
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left and give pass with right foot to next teammates.

CONTROL NO1
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CONTROL NO2
ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 2v2 + 2 neutral players + 2 GK
Defenders do not allows to go 1/3 defending
Playing area: 3 zones A,B,C
Follow by all coaching points

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CONTROL NO2

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30 m
Practice: 2v2 + 2 neutral players + 2 GK

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CONTROL NO3
ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 3v3 + 1 neutral players + 2 GK
Defenders do not allows to go in the own 1/3 defending
Playing area: 3 A,B,C zones
pay attention to all control coaching points

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CONTROL NO3
2

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5

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30 m
Practice: 3v3 + 1 neutral players + 2 GK

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CONTROL NO4
ORGANIZATION:
Players : 5v5+ 2 GK
Practice : The team have ball with 2 GK as neutral
players try to maintain ball with two touches ,each
interception account 1 score
Rule: The team have ball possession have to control
( 1st touch) and pass
Area: All pitch

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CONTROL NO4
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5
6

3
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CONTROL NO5
4

5
6

Progression : Same as last practice but only 1 Neutral player


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CONTROL NO6
ORGANIZATION:
PLAYERS : 4v4+ 2 Neutral GK
Practice : The team have ball with 2 GK as
neutral players try to maintain ball and reach to
width or goal line consider scoring goal, the ball
must stabilized for 2 second on the line
Rule: The team have possession ball have to
control ( 1st touch) and pass
Playing area: All pitch
All control coaching points must be done

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CONTROL NO6
5
6

3
7

VARIATION: free game non pass restriction to GK


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CONTROL NO7
ORGANIZATION:
Players : 4v4+ 2 GK
Practice and condition: Players start from original side
and they could score in both goals but the team after
catch the ball just available to score in another half
Rule: Free touches
Area: All pitch
All control coaching points must be done

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CONTROL NO7
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CONTROL NO8
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Normal game 4v4+2GK
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SHOOTING
WITH ANIMATION

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SHOOTING
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Scoring goal
2- making rebound situation
3- Timing of over lapping
4- accuracy of shot
5- player mentality get ready to shot
6- skill of toe shot

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SHOOTING
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness and head up
2. Glancing to position of goalkeeper when shooting
3. Technique non kicking foot
4. Technique toes shooting
5. Fast Shot if possible first touch.
6. Correct technique of kicking foot
7. To Shot accurately before powerfully

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BASIC SHOOTING NO 1
6

9
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VARIATIONS: FROM OTHER SIDES SHOOTING WITH BOTH FEET


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BASIC SHOOTING NO 1

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8

3
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SHOOTING UNDER PRESSURE NO2


VARIATIONS:

1. White color players after pass put pressure to the receivers


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2.

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Progression : defenders send pass from other side and attackers shooting with other leg

SHOOTING UNDER PRESSURE NO2


VARIATIONS:

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BASIC SHOOTING NO 3
Sequence:
Players line up outside of box which forbidden arriving
to catch ball.
Equipments: One ball per 2 players, cons
Practice focused on:
This practice has both fun character and match
character for shooting training

Tips for players


Two groups attempting to score against rival's goal
which are empty and each player has direct opponent
who trying to prevent score goal. The ball must be
catching without hand.

Tips for coaches:


5 min Account number of scoring of each groups.
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BASIC SHOOTING NO 3
8
9

No 8 attempting to avoid the ball get through to


their goal post (with head or body )
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BASIC SHOOTING NO 3
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sample

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BASIC SHOOTING NO 4

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Practice: players split up 2 line and after pass try to shot and scoring
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Variation: toe shot technique

BASIC SHOOTING NO 4

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BASIC SHOOTING NO 4
Variations: From flanks
2

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BASIC SHOOTING NO 4
Variations: from flanks
2

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SHOOTING NO 5

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SHOOTING NO 5

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SHOOTING NO6
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SHOOTING NO6
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PIVOT&SHOOTING NO7
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SHOOTING NO 7

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2v1 SHOOTING NO 7
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6
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Lob

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ANALYSIS 2v1 SHOOTING NO7

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PIVOT&SHOOTING NO8
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Click once

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ANALYSIS PIVOT&SHOOTING NO8


4

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Note : NO. 5 must be left foot player from right side of


attacking areas and vise versa

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SHOOTING NO9

12

13

11

6
14

4
10

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Practice: 3V2 competitive situation, Coach deliver ball for


stickers and practice focuses on shooting

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SHOOTING NO9
c
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13

11
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14

4
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VARIATION : 5v5 +2 GK and normal game in each half 3v2 , defender after 116
intercept the ball pass to striker of the other half and support them from own field.
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SHOOTING NO9
c
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13

11
6

14

4
10

VARIATION 3: when strikers ball possession one of the striker other side
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could withdraw to make 3v3 which to have shooting under pressure.

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SHOOTING NO9
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11
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14

4
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VARIATION3: when striker having ball one of the striker other side could
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withdraw to make 3v3 which to have shooting under pressure.

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COMPATETIVE SHOOTING
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VARIATION : 4v4 Normal game and focuses on more shooting


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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 No.1 (ATTACKING)
WITH ANIMATION

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ROTATION.2.2 NO1
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ROTATION.2.2 NO1
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1-player should constantly create space with break runs
2-to develop, the ability of losing man marker
3-provide support with rotation
4-all player learn to play as pivot &sweeper
5-possession ball for set out tactic
6-continuous movement of players with and without ball

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS:
1. without ball

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS:
1. without ball

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS

PROGERSSION 1:
with ball

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS
7

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS
7

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


BASIC MOVEMENTS
7

8
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1METER
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No 8&9 must run together same time

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


MAJOR COACHING POINTS

4
1. Accuracy of pass
2. Pass to far leg from opponent
3. Awareness
4. Body position on receiving
5. Timing of pass
6. Weight of pass

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


4

1. movements for change position: when? How? Where?


2. No4 break after make sure that No3 has received the ball
3. communication between 2&4
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4. good angle according to opponents


5. losing man marker

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1

PROGRESSION 2

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ROTATION.2.2 NO1
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1

PROGRESSION 3

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


4

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1

PROGRESSION 3

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.1


4

NORMAL GAME 5v5 WITH 2.2 SYSTEM AND ROTATION


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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 (ATTACKING) NO2
WITH ANIMATION

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BASIC TAC. ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


2

1
2
2

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BASICTAC.ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Spread out to create opportunities to pass
2- After pass get open again
3- Getting open at the right moment
4- Communication
5- Timing of the supporting run
6- Ball to move quickly

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BASIC TAC. ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


4

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TACTIC AND ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- 1st option safe pass
2- Pass to far leg
3- Awareness
4- Body position on receiving
5- Timing
6- Weight
7- Observe opponent when leave pass

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BASIC TAC. ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


2

VARIATION: NO 3 out side Break running


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BASIC TAC. ROTATION 2.2 NO.2


4

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Click once

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BASIC TAC. ROTATION 2.2 NO.2

Rotation destroys opponents organization


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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 No 3(ATTACKING)
ANIMATION

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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


4

2
finishing

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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Signal for implementing tactic
2- last player will be sweeper
3- Time of your rotations carefully
4- Open body to create opportunity for passes
5- Long lob for tight area
6- finishing

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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


4

151
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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- Quality of passes
2- Diagonal and sidestep running
3- awareness
4- signals for implementing tactic
5- Thinking to opponents counter attack
6- Quality of first touch (mostly with sole)
7- Always checking
8- Easy scoring

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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


4

cover
support

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NO 2 support attackers and cover defending area


NO 5 As sweeper, double cover

153

TACTIC 2.2 NO3


4

Normal rotation
and pass

Signal for tactic


154
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TACTIC 2.2 NO3


4

155
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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 No4
(ATTACKING)

ANIMATION

156
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TAC 2.2 NO4


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- fast implementing tactic both sides
2- Signal
3- Losing man marker
4- Sequential
5- Mentality (thinking for solutions themselves)
6- Game control

157
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TAC 2.2 NO4


4

2
FINISHING

1 SIGNAL
4
2
3

5
3

158
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TAC 2.2 NO4


4

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TAC 2.2 NO4


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- all last practice coaching points
2- losing man marker
3- movements
4- communication
5- signals skill
6- disguise

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TAC 2.2 NO4


4

Disguise the pass

Quality of the left foot sole


control and pass

161
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TACTIC 2.2 NO4


4

162
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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2(ATTACKING) NO.5
ANIMATION

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QUALITY OF INSTRUCTOR :
ABILITY OF COACH
QUALITY OF COACH :
ABILITY OF PLAYER

164
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TACTIC.2.2 NO5
4

2
Finishing

165
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TACTIC.2.2 NO5
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- spread out to create opportunities to pass
2- after pass get open again
3-getting open at the right moment
4- communication
5- Timing of the supporting run
6- Ball to move quickly

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TACTIC.2.2 NO5
4

167
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TACTIC.2.2 NO5
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- 1st option safe pass
2- Pass to far leg
3- Awareness
4- Body position on receiving
5- Timing
6- Weight
7- Observe opponent when leave pass

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ANALYSIS TACTIC 2.2 NO5


4

Sweeper
3

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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 NO6
ANIMATION

170
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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
5

2
4
Toe shot

1
2

4
3

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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- planning to do tactic proper time (right& left foot)
2- Blocking
3- use sprints and fake to get clear opponent
4- receiving ball under pressure
5- creating passing opportunities
6- Anticipation

172
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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
5

4
3

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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- all last practice coaching points
2- losing man marker
3- movements
4- communication
5- signals skill
6- disguise

174
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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
5

4
3

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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6

NO2 blocking

GK. support

Rebound

4
NO4 open body angle to see all the pitch

To engage all organs for control the ball


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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
5

4
3

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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
IMPLEMENTING TACTICS FROM RIGHT AND LEFT
Why right and left foot?
When going to do tactic and give signal from left side of pitch must be
sure that our left side winger be right foot player and vise versa for:
1. Easy control ball far away from opponent and toward target
2. Easy to turn and shot to goal
3. Easy to sole pass
L

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L - Left leg
R - Right leg

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TACTIC 2.2 NO 6
5

4
3
Now, it is obvious :
Why, when ,where
Left or right side, right or left foot
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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 NO.7(ATTACK)
ANIMATION

180
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TAC 2.2 NO7


4

1
4

Finishing

2
4

3
3
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TAC 2.2 NO7


4

3
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TAC 2.2 NO7


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- To adopt 2.2 system to open area
2- Solution for anti press
3-provide support
4-sweeper
5- ball possession
6-continuous movement of players
7-Quality of passes
8-Scoring

Coaching points:
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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO7

4
2

5
Coaching points:
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3
No 5does his job as pivot
No 5 moving to create space
Quality of first pass is very important

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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO7

5
Coaching points: The last player (No4) will be sweeper
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Possession ball for set out tactic

3
185

ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO7

5
Coaching points:
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continuous movement of players with and without ball


186
Running with ball , head up for signal

ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO7

5
Coaching points:
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3
Blocking by No5
Quality of last touch and scoring

187

ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO7

5
Coaching points:
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Signal :pass base on first movement (shock)


Time of movement
Time of pass

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SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 NO.8(ATTACK)
ANIMATION

189
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TAC 2.2 NO8


5

2
Finishing

1
4

4
2
4

3
3
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TAC 2.2 NO8


5

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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO8


5

Coaching points:
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3
Draw out opponent
Delay the ball for:

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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO8


5

interception

4
Coaching points:
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Weight of pass
Low weights pass maybe:

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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO8


5

Coaching points:
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3
A: Time of pass
B: No 4 deliver sole pass

194

ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO8


5

dummy

Coaching points:
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ANALYSIS TAC 2.2 NO8


5

Coaching points:
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196

SYSTEM AND STYLE


2.2 NO.1(DEFEND)
ANIMATION

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DEFENDING 1v1
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- Principals of 1v1
2- delay
3- looking ball
4- reaction instead of pressing
5- High weight down
6- Body position

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DEFENDING 1v1
1v1
4

199
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DEFENDING 2v2
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- Awareness of situation
2- Communication
3- Shot stopping
4- Ball oriented
5- Quickly counter attack
6- Be patient and watch the ball
7- Interception
8- Anticipation
9- Always checking opponents positioning
10- covering first defender

200
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DEFENDING 2v2

2
3

201
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DEFENDING 2v2

4
5

3
2

202
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DEFENDING AND COVERAGE

Practice: 4v4, with all above major coaching points


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ANALYSIS DEFENDING
2.2 NO.2(DEFENDING)
ANIMATION

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DEFENSIVE TACTIC 2.2


TYPE OF DEFENDING IN FUTSAL
1. Man marking
2. Zonal
3. Mix
4. Alternative

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DEFENDING AREAS
10 m

20 m

30 m

def.

def.

1/3 def.

1/4def.

Attacking direction
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COMPACT DEFENDING 2.2


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Zonal defending on our 1/3
2- Covering angle
3- Covering deep passes gaps
4- Defending organization
5- Each defender control the his area
6- Preventing opponent to score
7- Recovering ball possession
8- On 1/3 zonal defending more effective than man marking

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COMPACT ZONAL DEFENDING 2.2

2
1

4
5

2
3

1/3 DEF.
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COMPACT DEFENDING 2.2


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1- Awareness of situation
2- Communication
3- Shot stopping
4- Ball oriented
5- Quickly counter attack
6- Be patient and watch the ball
7- Interception
8- Anticipation
9- Always checking opponents positioning

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COMPACT ZONAL DEFENDING 2.2

1
5
3
3

1/3 DEF.
210
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COMPACT ZONAL DEFENDING 2.2

5
3

1/3 DEF.
211
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COMPACT ZONAL DEFENDING 2.2

5
3

Variation 1
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COMPACT DEFENDING 2.2

5
3

Variation 1
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OPEN DEFENDING 2.2


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
Pressing the ball or zonal defending depend on
quality of your opponent
When ball near touch line easy to pressure
Blocking any possibilities for entryways

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OPEN DEFENDING 2.2

5
3

Defense in of the pitch or 20m


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ENTIRE OPEN DEFENDING 2.2

4
2

Defense in of the pitch or 30m


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ENTIRE OPEN DEFENDING 2.2

4
2
Enough time and distance for ball interception

Usually in man marking easier than zonal


Big gap equivalents with less opposition support

Defense in of the pitch or 30m


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SYSTEM AND STYLE


1.2.1 (ATTACKING)
ANIMATION

218
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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO1

2
4

1
1

2
3

Width rotation or 8
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ROTATION.1.2.1

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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO.1


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Awareness in possession, rotation on correct time
2. losing man marker
3. provide support with rotation
4. playing as pivot &sweeper are essential
5. possession ball with both feet
6. movement of players with and without ball

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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO.1


Variation 1:
2

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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO.1


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Quality of passes
3. Pass to far leg from opponent

4. Body position on receiving


5. Positioning of none kicking foot to cover ball
6. Communication
7. Co-operation

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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO.1


Variation 2:
2

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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO.1

4
5

diagonal

NO.3 has to carry ball with


left foot and vise versa
NO 4 after break must be turn
with facing toward teammates
and vise versa
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ROTATION 1.2.1 NO2


Length rotation
All principals of width rotation

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VARIATIONS: 1. Improvement with add defenders

226

ROTATION 1.2.1 NO2

Normal game with 1.2.1 system


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227

SYSTEM AND STYLE


1.2.1 NO.2(ATTACK)
WITH ANIMATION

228
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DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO1

Finishing
4

5
3

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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO1


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Be prepared to control ball even under pressure
2- Release the pressure
3- Timing of support
4- pivot &sweeper duties
5- possession ball
6- Scoring goal

230
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO1

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Click once

231

ANAYAZE 1.2.1 NO 1

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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO1


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Pass to far leg from opponent
3. Accuracy of pass
4. Body position on receiving
5. Time of pass
6. Weight of pass
7. Lob
8. Toe shot for finishing

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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 1
NO 2 does both disguise for
creating space and blocking
2

Proper angle for support

234
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO1

235
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO2


4

5
3

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Click once

236

DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO2


4
DUMMY

5
3

VARIATION:
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO2


4

5
3

238
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SYSTEM AND STYLE


1.2.1 NO.3(ATTACK)
WITH ANIMATION

239
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 1.2.1


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. To develop sensitive and varied tactics
2. Be prepared to control ball even under pressure
3. All 5 player work at the same time
4. Timing of support
5. pivot &sweeper duties
6. possession ball
7. To attack with flank
8- Scoring goal

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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 3
STAGE 1: Click once

4
5

241
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DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO3


STAGE 1

Finishing
3

242
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO 3
STAGE 1

4
5

243
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 1.2.1


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Diagonal running
3. Pivot role
4. Signals
5. Quality of 1st touches
6. Technique of passes
7. Toe shot for finishing
8. sweeper duties
9.Changing from 1.2.1 to 2.2 system

244
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 4
STAGE 2: click once

245
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DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO4


STAGE 2

Finishing

3
5

1
2

2
3

246
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO 4
STAGE 2

247
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TACTIC1.2.1 NO 5
STAGE 3: one click

248
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DIAGRAMS 1.2.1 NO5


STAGE 3

Finishing

249
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO5


2

Disguise of pass

250
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SYSTEM AND STYLE


1.2.1
(ATTACKING)

ANIMATION

251
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 1.2.1


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Improvement to see the field more efficiently
2. Improve balance to change direction with the ball
3. provide support with rotation
4. Distribution of ball to flank player
5. possession ball for set out tactic
6. Finishing

252
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 1.2.1


3

2
5

4
One click
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TACTIC AND ROTATION 1.2.1


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Diagonal running
3. Pivot role
4. Signals
5. Quality of 1st touches
6. Technique of passes
7. Toe shot for finishing
8. sweeper duties
9.Changing from 1.2.1 to 2.2 system

254
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DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO6


3

2
5

sprint

255
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO6


3

2
5

256
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO7


3

2
5

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click once

257

DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO7


3

2
5

258
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ANALYZE 1.2.1 NO7


3

259
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO8


3

2
5

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click once

260

DIAGRAM 1.2.1 NO8


3

2
5

261
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ANALYAZE 1.2.1 NO8


3

2
5

262
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 9
2

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click once

263

TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 9
2

264
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 9
2

265
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TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 10

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click once

266

TACTIC 1.2.1 NO 10
overlapping
2

3
5

267
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 NO 10

268
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PIVOT PLAY
WITH ANIMATION

269
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PIVOT PLAYER
Pivot Requirements
1. Brilliant in the ability of control the ball with both feet
(if pivot loose the ball when implementing tactic it makes best counter attack for opponents)

1. Strong at lower body muscles


2. Skillful at shielding the ball at least 5 second
3. Best at turning with the ball
4. Powerful at shooting
5. Best at pass skills
6. Familiar at Futsal signals
7. Good at leading teammates

270
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PIVOT AND SWEPEER ANALYSIS


NO 5 usually is pivot

4
sweeper

Ball Control with the right foot


from left side and with the left
foot from right side of attacking
area
5

2
7

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PIVOT DUTIES
1. First option Turning and shot

2. Second option Passing to NO 4


3. Third option Passing to NO 7

4. Forth option Cut back to NO 2


2

272
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PIVOT DUTIES
TH
RD
OPTION
ND
43
OPTION
OPTION
OPTION
12ST

2
7

273
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PIVOT PRACTICE NO 1

Good angle of the body

1
3
2

274
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PIVOT PRACTICE NO 1

275
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PIVOT NO 2

2
Rebound

276
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PIVOT NO 2

277
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PIVOT NO 3
Pivot open the
body toward goal

7
8

278
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TACTIC PIVOT
3

2
5

Sample1 of pivots tactic


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TACTIC PIVOT
3

2
5

280
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TACTIC PIVOT
2

4
5

281
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TACTIC PIVOT
2

4
5

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Click once

282

TACTIC 1.2.1 DEFENDING


BASIC
ANIMATION

283
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TAC 1.2.1 DEF.BASIC


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Prevent opponents from scoring
2. Defending method
3-provide teammates coverage
4. Areas covering
5. Regain the ball
6-communication

284
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


1.2.1 zonal defending areas

285
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Defenders position between ball and goalpost
3. Principal of 1v1
4. Principals of 2v2
5. balance
6. communication

286
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


Playing against high level opponent

compact
Ball oriented 3
Close the gaps
5

287
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


Playing against high level opponent

288
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


Playing against high level opponent

289
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TAC. 1.2.1 DEF. BASIC


Playing against low level opponent (basic)

290
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DEFENDING
1.2.1 NO.2
WITH ANIMATION

291
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TAC 1.2.1 DEF.


PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Prevent opponents from scoring
2. Defending method
3. Man marking
4. Zone marking
5. Regain the ball
6-communication

292
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TACTIC 1.2.1 DEF.


MAN TO MAN
4

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Click once

293

TAC 1.2.1 DEF.BASIC


MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness
2. Defenders position between ball and goalpost
3. Principal of 1v1
4. Principals of 2v2
5. balance
6. communication
7. concentration

294
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DIAGRAM 1.2.1 DEF.


MAN TO MAN
4

295
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ANALAYZE DEF 1.2.1


MAN TO MAN
4

296
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TACTIC 1.2.1 DEF.

MAN TO MAN
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TAC 1.2.1 DEF. MIX


3

2
5

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Click once

298

DIAGRAM 1.2.1 DEF. MIX


3
Zone marking

2
5

Man to man

299
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ANALAYZE 1.2.1 DEF. MIX


3

2
5

300
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GOALKEEPING
WITH ANIMATION

301
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GOALKEEPING

STRUCTURE OF GOALKEEPER TRAINING

TECHNIQUE

TACTIC

CONDITION

PSYCHOLOGY

302
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GOALKEEPING
THREE STAGES OF GK TRAINING

Basic training

Intermediate training

Advance training

PRINCIPAL OF EACH STAGES BASE ON:


1. Technical phase
2. Tactical phase (team)
3. Competitive phase (game situation)

303
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GOALKEEPING
TECHNIQUE:
Catching ball
Punching ball
Distribution ball

304
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BASIC GOALKEEPING
REVIEW BASIC HANDLING TECHNIQUE:
1. Along ground
2. At hip height
3. At chest height

8m

4. At above head height

8m

Noticeable: body must be going behind the line of the ball

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GOALKEEPING
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1. Boost technique pass and support
2. motivation and positive attitude (self confidence)
To develop mobility and agility
4. Willing to get involve
5. Catching ball
6. Ball delivery
7. Improve optical motor perception

306
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GOALKEEPING
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Accuracy of ball delivery
2. Observation
3. communication
4. Positioning rush out of goal cover shooting angle
5. GK as sweeper
6. Anticipation the opponent's play

307
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GOALKEEPING

INDIVIDUAL TRAINING
Goalkeepers have to do special training
together in their practical session

308
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POSITIONING AND REACTIONTIME NO1


4

2
1

Cognitive goal post and reaction time:


Coach divided goal post to five areas.

GK should to save 2,3,4 with hand and 1,5 with feet.


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POSITIONING AND REACTIONTIME NO1


4

2
1

5
1

1. GK attempt to touch areas 1,2,3,4or5 which are numbered


(shadow)
2. to express the number and throwing ball with hand the
same place.
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c
310

POSITIONING AND REACTIONTIME NO1


4

1
1

Practice : to express the number then shooing


Variation: Random kicking
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c
311

POSITIONING AND REACTIONTIME NO2


GK facing own goal

Turn

312
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POSITIONING AND REACTIONTIME NO2

Turn
Turn

313
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GOALKEEPING
dribbling toward goalkeeper 1v1.
Lead the attacker as far away from the goal as possible.
Hold your hands out to the sides (wide).
Wait your opponent take the action thereafter react quickly.
Watch ball rather than body feint .
Body weight down.
Try to disguise striker
Use feet for blocking ground kicks (faster than hands)
Concentration on ball

314
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GOALKEPING NO3
Practice: 1v1 Goalkeeper encounter with attacker

315
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GOALKEPING NO3
Practice: 1v1 Goalkeeper encounter with attacker
When striker loose possess
sprint out
when reach stand up and get
ready for reaction
4

Lead striker to the weak angle


and zone

316
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GOALKEEPING NO4
B

1v1

B
5

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PRACTIC NO4: 3v2 possession ball and deep pass for No6
defender follow him with 5m far away No3 going to support.

317

GOALKEEPING 1v1 NO5


B 1v1

5
6

c
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VARIATION: 4v4 normal game but defender not allowed to go


in the their defending areas (B).

318

BALL DISTRIBUTION

319
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GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO6


Ball delivery No1

320
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GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO9


Ball delivery No2

321
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GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO6


Ball delivery No1

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GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO7

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GK must catch the ball before


contact with field

323

GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO7


2 GK and balls
4 areas 4x4
Each goalkeeper will save 2
areas

Goalkeepers must be catch


the ball before contact with
the field
22

4m
4m

324
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GOALKEEPING DISTERIBUTION NO8


Ball delivery No2

325
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GOALKEPING NO10
Ball delivery No2

326
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GOALKEPING AND SIGNAL NO11


Ball delivery No1
2

2
1

1
1
1

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GOALKEPING AND SIGNAL NO11


Ball delivery No1

328
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GOALKEPING AND SIGNAL NO12


Ball delivery 1v1 No 2

329
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GOALKEPING AND SIGNAL NO13


3

4
2

Competitive situation
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330

POSITIONING AND SHOT STOPPING


Position forward to narrow the angle
Feet movement
Timing of movement
Rebound and fast reaction
Technique shot stopping
Open body when ball in flank (to see second attacker)

331
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POSITIONING NO14

Narrow the angle


1

PRACTICE: Goalkeeper
must be steady position
on assume narrow the
angle
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POSITIONING NO16
Narrow the angle
1

2
1
5
4
3
2
3

PRACTICE: Shadow drill (narrow the angle)


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POSITIONING NO17
Narrow the angle

PRACTICE: GK movement to narrow the angle


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POSITIONING NO18
Narrow the angle

c
2

PRACTICE: Coach deliver ball and 2v1 in 1/3 each group


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GK communicate with teammates and to narrow the angle

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POSITIONING NO19
Narrow the angle

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VARIATION: 2v1 in 1/3 each group after possess ball pass to


teammates in other side

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POSITIONING NO20
Narrow the angle

2
3

PRACTICE: practice 3v2 in 1/3


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POSITIONING NO21
Narrow the angle

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VARIATION: practice 3v2 in each half after interception ball


pass to teammates on the other side

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POSITIONING NO21
Narrow the angle

4
5
2

VARIATION: 4v4 normal game with 1.3 system for narrow the angle
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CMBINATION PLAY
BASIC

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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

1/2
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COMBINATION TACTICS
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- Getting out of tight situation
2- Release the opponents pressure
3- Wall pass, take over , over lapping
4- Develop Timing of combination
5- Possession ball outside of body when take over
6- Scoring goal

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COMBINATION PLAY
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness in possession
2. Hide intended Pass in and take over
3.Explosive action at the combination times
4. Good angle and body position on 1/2
5. Optimal distance and quality of touches
6. Correct technique of delivery of passes
7. Signals and communication

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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

4. FINISHING
1/2
5

Sample for 1/2


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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

1/2
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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

10 M
3
3

TAKE OVER
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5

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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

VARIATION1: TAKE OVER AND SHOT


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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

VARIATION2: take over and shot


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ANALYSIS TAKE OVER


TAKE OVER:

NO 4must be carrying ball with left foot

Losing man marker

Best time for blocking

Hide intention

Disguise opponents

Easy scoring

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COMBINATION PLAY

CLICK ONCE
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OVER LAPPING NO.1

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COMBINATION PLAY

OVER LAPPING NO.1


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ANALYSIS OVERLAPPING 1

OVER LAPPING 1
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COMBINATION PLAY

ONE CLICK
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OVER LAPPING 2

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COMBINATION PLAY

6. FINISHING

OVER LAPPING 2
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ANALYSIS OVERLAPPING 2

OVER LAPPING 2
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OVERLAPPING NO3
5

3
7
ONE CLICK
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ANALYSIS OVERLAPPING 3
OVERLAPPING:

NO 5 running in suitable time


Space creation
Make 2v1 situation

Quality of pass (outside foot)


Support

3
7

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OVERLAPPING NO3
5

3
7

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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC


ORGANIZATION:
Practice: Four pair player simultaneous 1v1 on 20x30.
There are also 2 neutral players on the field.
Each player possession ball until an opportunity arises to play a
combination with one of the neutral players.
Attackers may shoot only after a combination.
If they score, they keep the ball if not their opponents get it.
Neutral player one touch and should switch roles with others
after a while.

MAJOR COACHING POINTS:


Protect the ball by shielding opponent with your body
Change speeds after passing.
Eye contact and communication for clarify kinds of combination
All coaching points at the above mentions.

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COMBINATION PLAY BASIC

5
5
9

VARIATION1: playing with one ball 4x4+2 neutral players


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VARIATION2: Normal game

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CMBINATION PLAY
COMPETETIVE

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COMBINATION TACTIC
PRACTICE AND OBJECTIVE
1- get out of tight situation
2- Release the pressure
3- Timing of support
4- wall pass, take over , over lapping
5- possession ball
6- Scoring goal

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COMBINATION TACTIC NO1


3

2
3

2
4

1/2

5. FINISHING
4
1
COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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COMBINATION PLAY
MAJOR COACHING POINTS
1. Awareness in possession
2. Hide intended Pass
3.Explosive action at the combination times
4. Good angle and body position on receiving
5. Optimal distance and quality of 1st touch
6. Correct technique of delivery of passes
7. Toe shot for finishing

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COMBINATION TACTIC NO1


3

2
5

COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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ANALYSIS COMBINATION PLAY


3

2
5
1
2
5. FINISHING

1/2

4
4

COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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COMBINATION TACTIC NO2


3

2
5

4
COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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COMBINATION TACTIC NO3


4

5. FINISHING
3

1/2

2
5
2

COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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COMBINATION TACTIC NO3


3

2
5

COMPETETIVE SITUATION
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TAKE OVER

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