Topic: Principles of play for attack
Unit aim
This unit will help with principle of play for attack. It will include the...
John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
Group Task 1
• In groups discuss what you already know about principle of attack
• Record it on flip charts or your note...
Counter Attacking Goal Man UTD vs Bolton
John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
Group Task 2
• Record all technical information for principles of attack
• Where possible try to put this in a logical o...
Many have gone further than they
thought they could, because
someone thought they could
FA Technical Detail
• Movement to create space individually and as a group.
• Individual technique
• Support behind and...
Group Task 3
• Imagine you are a technical team of coaches
• Your task it to design a technical practice (unopposed) coa...
Session Plan Skill Practice – Attacking 1v1 2v2 3v3
Organisation
•Area of 10x20 (1v1),20 x20 (2v2),30x30 (3v3)
•Blue pl...
Four Corner Model
John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
Group Task 4
• As part of the FA’s Long Term Player Development coaches are
encouraged to help players develop in the fo...
Outcome of Four Corner Model
• As part of the FA’s Long Term Player Development coaches are
Technical
Exploiting space ...
Summary
• Movement to create space individually and as a group.
• Individual technique
• Support behind and ahead of th...
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Priciples of play for attack

Priciples of play for attack
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Topic: Principles of play for attack Unit aim This unit will help with principle of play for attack. It will include the different styles of passing. When, where and how to pass a football and support. Learning outcomes There are three learning outcomes to this unit. The learner will be able to: 1.Individually, unit and group creating space 2.Individually, unit and group maintaining space 3.Individually, unit and group exploiting space John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 2. John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 3. Group Task 1 • In groups discuss what you already know about principle of attack • Record it on flip charts or your note books • Give examples of players and teams who have excellent attacking options John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 4. Counter Attacking Goal Man UTD vs Bolton John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 5. Group Task 2 • Record all technical information for principles of attack • Where possible try to put this in a logical order for coaching players John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 6. Many have gone further than they thought they could, because someone thought they could
  • 7. FA Technical Detail • Movement to create space individually and as a group. • Individual technique • Support behind and ahead of the ball • Communication • End product John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 8. Group Task 3 • Imagine you are a technical team of coaches • Your task it to design a technical practice (unopposed) coaching session moving into a skill practice (opposed) • Once you have completed this you will need to present it to the technical director for feedback • Think of the players, space, equipment needs. • The session should last 20 minutes John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 9. Session Plan Skill Practice – Attacking 1v1 2v2 3v3 Organisation •Area of 10x20 (1v1),20 x20 (2v2),30x30 (3v3) •Blue plays to end red who attack the end line of area to score blue defends the end line and try to win the ball. •Alternate players Key Factors •Movement to create space individually and as a group. •Individual technique •Support behind and ahead of the ball •Communication •End product John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 10. Four Corner Model John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 11. Group Task 4 • As part of the FA’s Long Term Player Development coaches are encouraged to help players develop in the four corners of development • Discuss and record some of the areas you as coaches would like to develop in each corner • Physical • Technical • Social • Psychological John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 12. Outcome of Four Corner Model • As part of the FA’s Long Term Player Development coaches are Technical Exploiting space Psychological Decision Making Awareness encouraged to help players develop in the four corners of development • Discuss and record some of the areas you as coaches would like to develop in each corner • Physical • Technical • Social • Psychological Physical Body Position to receive Parts of the body Social Communication Enjoyment John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A
  • 13. Summary • Movement to create space individually and as a group. • Individual technique • Support behind and ahead of the ball • Communication • End product John Murphy – FA Licensed Coach STLS City and Guilds Level 3 Educator – UEFA A

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