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Offensive 1 vs 1 (eBook)
Offensive 1 vs 1 (eBook)
Authors: Peter Schreiner, Jörg Amthor, Sven Hübscher Pages: 64 Graphics: 50 Exercises: 50 Offensive 1 vs 1 - 50 Exercises and Competitions Speed of Execution and Action Competence Dribbling exercises with a focus on ball control, twists, changes of direction and tempo changes certainly have their justification and are particularly useful in basic training if they are used in doses. The skills learned in basic training should then be developed as early as possible application-oriented in exercises and competitions. The successful design of offensive 1 vs 1 situations is always a great challenge for an attacker, because most defenders are well-trained in defensive tackling and also experience shows that they are extremely physical. Therefore, players in all leagues and levels are still very much in demand, who are capable of playing relentlessly attacking opponents in order to open rooms, to create a numerical majority, or to finish on the goal unchallenged. Players like Arjen Robben, Ronaldo, Franck Ribery, Lionel Messi, Alexis Sanchez or Neymar have a dribbling success rate of around 40-70%, which makes the difference. Which skills are necessary? What characterizes all these players - what makes them different? First of all, all these players master almost all known dribbling techniques, body delusions and feints from the bottom up and apply them flexibly to the situation. In addition, they have extremely high basic dynamics and an explosive start. Her body control is phenomenal and the action density is very high. But these factors alone are far from enough to describe the level of these world class players. They are characterized by additional skills with which they can decide games on their own: These world-class players are fast-reacting to the fast-changing and complex game situations (space, teammates and opponents, ball movements, etc.) and make almost intuitively correct decisions based on their experience. The key words for this are "Speed of Execution", and "Action Competence". Example - Drill 35 - Double 1 vs 1 on staggered goals Organization/Structure Playing field 40 x 40 m, set up two goals with neutral goalkeepers diagonally opposite. Additionally, mark two counter lines with pylons. Divide two teams and have them lined up diagonally opposite. Balls in both goals. Procedure • Both goalkeepers simultaneously play a flat pass (1) into the run of the • sprinting attacker A (1) • With the pass, the defenders sprint into the field and attack the • Attacker as far as possible away from the goal (1) • The attacker A should immediately receive the ball into the direction of the goal (2), dribble past B and finish (see graphic on the left) or play off B and finish (see graphic on the right) (3) • Wins B the ball, he counters as quickly as possible on the counter-line • The attackers and the defenders face each other on opposite sides Variation • The goalkeeper opens with a throw, a long ball or vertically on the other attacker Variation Dribbling exercises with a focus on ball control, twists, changes of direction and tempo changes certainly have their justification and are particularly useful in basic training if they are used in doses.

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The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 (eBook)
The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 (eBook)
Authors: Peter Schreiner, Norbert Elgert Pages: 48 Graphics: 26 Exercises: 22 The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 - Positional Games Forming triangles - Creating superior numbers on the ball - Open body position - Recognizing and exploiting gaps - Securing ball possession The third part of the series "The Art of Playing Attacking Football" is all about the importance of a good positional game as a requirement for successful positional attacks. A positional attack is always started when a fast counterattack isn’t possible. It is characterized by a secure build-up from the back and safe passing sequences from the first third over the midfield in the attack zone to prepare goalscoring opportunities.

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Under 10 years (eBook)
Under 10 years (eBook)
Authors: Schreiner, Kaspers Pages: 72 Exercises: 30 Level: U7-U10 PDF Preview of  "Under 10 years" Under 10 years Practical Training In part 2 of the series “Children and Youth Soccer”, Peter Schreiner and Willy Kaspers will present 10 warm-up games, 10 warm-up exercises and 10 training forms for dribble training. The authors attach particular importance to the fact that all forms of training and competitions are practical, age-appropriate and immediately implementable. They present these very vividly with the help of meaningful drawings and understandable descriptions. The presented contents can be transferred to other age-groups as well. They should be modified by adjusting the size of the pitch, the number of players, the task and the provocation rules.

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Creative Soccer Training (eBook)
Creative Soccer Training (eBook)
Author: Loïc Favé, Fabian Seeger Pages: 392 Graphics: 353 Photos: 153   Creative Soccer Training 350 Smart and Practical Games and Drills to Form Intelligent Players - For Advanced Levels Meyer & Meyer Premium - At Meyer Meyer we make no compromises to present the best in sports content. Go for Gold! Creative Soccer Training is the sequel to the top-selling book, The Soccer Games and Drills Compendium. The authors have extended their realistic training approach to present 350 new and innovative training exercises. With its tried and tested format, Creative Soccer Training continues and enhances the practice-oriented methods outlined in the Games and Drills Compendium, but in this book the methods are developed for more ambitious and advanced players. The creative training areas are divided into: Training exercises - passing and ball control, shot on goal and exploitation, tackling and transitioning, chasing and capturing, cognition and perception, preorientation and over-the-shoulder glance Games - opening techniques and game start variations, rondos and possession, ball circulation and flow, color and adversary games, target areas and target zones, seams and vertical play, action speed and playing ability, game ideas and rule variations, playing fields and zone rules Competitive games - 1-on-1, 2-on-2, and team against team Athletic training - activation, self-massage, corrective exercises, sling training Creative coaching tips - support for training and competition management Augmented with invaluable games and drills, this new collection of training exercises provides a continued and differentiated foundation for creative, versatile, and modern soccer training with advanced players.

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Pressing in Soccer (eBook)
Pressing in Soccer (eBook)
Author: Ralf Peter Edited by: Peter Schreiner Editor: Institute of Youth soccer Graphics by: Peter Schreiner, Ralf Peter Pages: 113 - Graphics: 82   Content: Basic strategies Defining Pressing What to consider with regards to Pressing? Types of Pressing Midfield Pressing – The Most Common Type of Pressin High Pressure Low Pressure   Basics on Pressing Tactical behaviour of two Forwards? Through Ball Pressure - Cover Approach – Deny - Force Putting opponents under pressure when receiving the ball Options of Wide Midfielders Delaying an opponent Approaching an opponent Forcing an opponent Winning the Ball – Analysis and Comparison: Midfield Pressing as the most common type of Pressing Advantages of Midfield Pressing Attackers defending on an angle Attackers not positioned too far advanced Keeping central areas compact Showing inside or outside? Starting points of Pressing situations Doubling-up after receiving the ball Approaching the Fullback Doubling-up in central areas Doubling-up with tactical perfection Errors on Midfield Pressing Forward‘s position too far advanced Both Forwards level Wide Midfielder‘s position too far inside Wide Midfielder‘s position too far outside Wide Midfielder‘s position too far advanced Wide Midfielder’s position too deep Closest Forward should apply pressure Wide Midfielder being impatient Tactical behaviour of the furthest Wide Midfielder Escaping the Pressing situation Showing outside Options against this type of Midfield Pressing Approach on an angle Doubling-up Detailed tactical behaviour Holding Midfielder’s position too far inside Fullback’s position too far inside Closest Fullback’s position too close to the opposing Wide Midfielder Poor tactical positioning of the closest Centre Back. Game Situations and Solutions - Midfield Pressing Good tactical behaviour of Centre Backs The attacking team escaping Pressing situations Dropping off as a tactical element Training Sessions on Midfield Pressing Training recommendations on „Showing Inside“ when Pressing in Midfield TS 01: 3 v 4 on the flanks – „Showing Inside“ TS 02: 4 v 3 on the flanks (both sides) - „Showing Inside“ TS 03: Midfield Pressing in a 6 v 6 TS 04: 4 v 3 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“ TS 05: 4 v 3 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“ (both sides) TS 06: 4 v 5 – Midfield Pressing „Showing Outside“ – both sides (2) TS 06: 2 v 1 – Doubling-Up in central areas TS 07: 2 v 3 – Doubling-Up with Holding Midfielder and Attacking Midfielder TS 08: 2 v 3 using the double-18 yard box TS 09a: 2 v 1 using the double-18 yard box (1) TS 09b: 2 v 1 using the double-18 yard box (2) TS 10: 3 v 2 using the double-18 yard box TS 11: 3 v 2 on both sides TS 12: 4 v 3 on one half of the field (both sides) TS 13: 8 v 8 – Teaching Midfield Pressing High Pressure (Forechecking) Low Pressure Training Sessions on Low Pressure:   TS Low Pressure 1: 8 v 8 with two dribble-gates and one pass-gate (Mini goal) Simulation of passing into Forwards   TS Low Pressure 2: 8 v 8 + 1 with limited passing options Long balls into Forwards  

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