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  1. 1. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Sam’s Soccer Academy International Football Festival Marek Dragosz - Coaching Workshops 17 - 18 June 2012
  2. 2. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Sam’s Soccer Academy International Football Festival Marek Dragosz - Coaching Workshops 17 - 18 June 2012
  3. 3. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated. Players outside of the rectangle about 15 x 20 m exchanged passes with colleagues located in its interior.
  4. 4. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Player A passes the ball to D1. The player D1 gives the without the adoption of the C and runs "from the ball" on the free field. C gives the The player back to D2, which, without acceptance is given to B and runs "from the ball" on the free field. Player B passes the ball back to the D3, which leads her to the end of the row. Substitution: A-B-C-D-A.
  5. 5. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated performing a sequence of passes the ball to the change of the system ABCD. Player A passes the ball to B, which, without acceptance is given to C. The player C lists the administration of the A1 and provides upside player D, who runs the ball to the starting point and provide the player A1.
  6. 6. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated performing a sequence of passes the ball to the change of the system ABCD. Player A passes to B mentions that taking the ball in the half turn passes it to player C. The player C passes the ball to A who strikes it at right angles to the free space back to C. The player C does give the player the upper D, which leads to the point of the ball and passes it to A1.
  7. 7. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated. The ball is there, where he faces two players. Player A passes the ball to B who strikes it without being taken back to A. Player A passes the ball then the player C, who hits her in the free field to B. The player B gives the ball to player D, who after a short running gives it to beginning of the row. Changes in the A-B-C-D-A.
  8. 8. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up like the illustrated. Exercise A player starts giving the ball to B, who hits the ball back to A. Player A passes the ball without taking into C, which leads it to the end of his row. A goes to site B, and Player B in place of player C. Exercise continues serving player D to E, etc. The distance between the cones should be between 10 to 20 m
  9. 9. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up like the illustrated. Exercise A player starts giving the ball to B, who hits the ball back to A. Player A passes the ball without taking into C, which gives it to B. The player B passes the ball to a free field to C, which leads her to the end of the row. A goes to site B, and Player B in place of player C. Exercise continues serving player D to E, etc. The distance between the cones should be between 10 to 20 m
  10. 10. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up at the corners of a diamond with sides of about 15- 20 m Ball is where two players standing. Changes of dose in a clockwise direction. Player A gives to B, who hits the ball on the free space back to A. Player A passes the ball without the adoption of the C and transferred to site B, which stand behind the player C. The player C continues to exercise the other side of the pass the ball to D.
  11. 11. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up like the illustration. Exercise A player starts giving the ball to B, who hits the ball back to A. Player A passes the ball without taking into C, which strikes without the adoption of the D. The player gives the ball D to E, which leads her to a row that started the exercise. Changes in A-B-C-D-E-A. The distances between cones should be between 10 to 20 m.
  12. 12. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up at the corners of a rhombus with sides of about 15- 20 m as illustrated. The ball is there, where he faces two players. Player A passes the ball to B, who hits it without admission to C. The player C passes the ball to the middle then D, which hits her in the direction of B. The player B gives the ball to the player E and the cycle repeats. Central should be changed approximately every 2 min. Players lined up outside the change in the system A-C-E-F-A.
  13. 13. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play The players lined up at the corners of a rhombus with sides of about 15- 20 m as illustrated. The ball is there, where he faces two players. In the case of 8 competitors You can do it on the two balls at once. Player A passes the ball to B, who hits it back to A. Player A passes the ball then without the adoption of a free field to C, who hits the ball to player D. The player D continues the sequence giving the ball to the player changes A- B-C-D-E etc.
  14. 14. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated. Player A passes the ball to B who strikes it without being taken back to A. Player A passes the ball then the player C, who hits her in the free field to D. The player D runs the ball at the end of COUNTER in a row. Changes in the A-B-C-D-A.
  15. 15. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated. Player A passes the ball to B who strikes it without being taken back to A. Player A passes the ball then the player C, who hits her in the free field D to D. The player passes the ball to C, which leads her to the opposite end of the row. Changes in the A-B-D-C- A.
  16. 16. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Eight players set the markers. Players perform a sequence of passing the ball with the transfer in the system A-B-C- D-E-F. The last - player E carries the ball and passes it to player C, who is continuing the sequence in the opposite direction.
  17. 17. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play 6 players carried out the items and pass the ball without the acceptance (by illustration). The last player runs the ball in place of the starting exercises. Players after the exercises change the position of the ball in the direction indicated. Exercise is performed on the two sides.
  18. 18. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play 6 players carried out the items and pass the ball without the acceptance (by illustration). The last player runs the ball in place of the starting exercises. Players after the exercises change the position of the ball in the direction indicated. Exercise is performed on the two sides.
  19. 19. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play Players lined up as illustrated performing a sequence of passing the ball with a change of place "the ball" in the system A-B-C-D- E-A. The player takes the ball B half-turn and gives the player next to C, which performs a combination of passes with the players D and E. When the ball is in player D the next player begins to exercise, this time plays the ball to players F and G.
  20. 20. Effective program for developing one touch and combination play 5 players pass the ball does not adopt the output and the change in position (by drawing). The last player runs the ball in place of the starting exercises. Players after the exercises change position in the direction of playing the ball. Exercise is performed on the two sides.

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