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Develop your team’s ball possession effectively!

In a team, ball possession does not always mean victory. However, this is one of the most striking features.

Possession of the ball combined with quick passes, strong pressure, and exploration of the playing field in search of space for opportunities, the commonly called tiki-taka has a strong presence in large teams.

For a coach, applying ball possession techniques to his team can be challenging.

To help you develop and improve your team’s ball possession, we have prepared a new video with ball possession exercises.

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Check the coaching points of our suggested exercises bellow:

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Coaching Points
– Angle, distance and timing of support; vision; body position – open to the field; decision making; verbal and visual communication; first touch.

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Coaching Points
– Awareness; set up defender; change of speed & direction; protect the ball; vision; close control; quick decision making.

Crossing 3

Coaching Points
– First touch; quick transition; aggressive and positive mentality; vision and anticipation; quick decision making; accurate passes.

 

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