Using Corridors is a great way to work out individual and collective field positioning as a team both offensively and defensively and it also gives players real a “focal point” to work off. We use “Corridors” width wise and then introduce “Zones” lengthwise later. These “focal points of reference” I believe are a great way to really teach players to understand the differences between attacking and defending team shapes both widthwise and lengthwise. A great session to help players identify positional variations, the 4 lines are used as a clear guide widthwise.Read More
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This is part two of a three part video series from the Soccer Awareness Training Center. In this session we are developing play from the back with inverted runs into "No Mans Land" central areas.
In this progression of the exercise:
- Shadow play
- First movement the wing back 1 cuts inside to receive
- 2nd movement the winger 7 cuts inside to receive to link up with wing back 2 wide to play to striker 9 running into the channel.