Counter-attacking and transitions
This session is about counter-attacking with pace on the first phase, decision-making and game-related play thereafter.
It is match-realistic and game-related for all positions. So in attacking play we want to see shots on goal, with movement to create or score. In terms of defending play, this is about defending crosses into the box, so players have to ask if they defend space or the man.
This session examines how we condition a player technically, tactically, physiologically and psychologically when attacking and defending transitions in a small-sided competition-based game.
It’s important to practise this because it improves our mastering of a scenario that appears regularly in matches…
“I would recommend it to any coach”