- area split in two, with one attacker vs one defender on each side.
- additional attacker placed on the centre line.
- main goal with keeper for attackers to score in.
- one small goal on each side of opposite end for defenders to counter into.
- coach starts with ball.
- Coach feeds the winger, who looks to take on his defender in a 1v1.
- Central attacker provides support when required to play one-two in behind.
- Coach can also choose to play directly to central attacker, who lays it off to the side for winger to come onto the ball, rather than having to receive on the half-turn.
- On occasions where the winger gets in behind, he can look to score.
- If he isn’t central enough to shoot, winger on opposite side should get into the box to receive cross. Central attacker can offer option for cut-back on edge of area.
- If defender recovers possession, he can look to play the ball into the small goal on his side. Near-sided attacker and central attacker should try to prevent this with counter-press.
- Defender can also switch to defender on opposite side for him to try and score instead.
- Attackers- receiving on the half-turn and with back foot, giving yourself enough distance to run at defender, dummies/feints, drawing pressure before playing one-two, composure when through on goal, support play-recognising when you’re needed, etc.
- Defenders- approaching side on and with bent knees, guide attacker onto weak foot, stay focused on the ball and pick moment to act, etc.