Basic Organisation: Exercise begins with an attacking team of 4 in both end zones Initial defending team has 2 players in ball zone & 2 in middle zone Objectives: Team with the ball aim to circulate possession & pass to team in the other end zone Active defending team look to press &
Basic Organisation: 3v3 with two goalkeepers. Each of the three active red players given number between 1 and 3, as well as the three red players waiting on the outside. Each of the three active yellow players given letter between A and B, as well as the three yellow players waiting on the outside.
Organisation: 5 attacking players and 2 defending players in a single grid. Attacking players start with possession of the ball. Objectives: Attacking players look to retain possession for as many passes as possible. Defending players try to intercept passes and recover possession. If the defending players can complete an interception within the first
Basic Organisation: 6 attacking players just inside grid providing width and depth. 6 defending players in the middle. 3 additional attackers between defensive lines. Objectives: 6 attacking players aim to retain possession and penetrate defensive lines to feed 3 attackers between lines. 6 defenders aim to prevent passes through to central attackers and
Basic Organisation: Attacking team begin with a 5+GK vs 2 inside the first phase of build-up. Grid ends approx 25 yards out from goal. 3 additional defending players are positioned just outside the grid. Further forward, 2 attackers flank the last man on the defending team. Small goal either side of centre-circle. Objectives:
Basic organisation: 7 attackers form rondo shape inside grid. 1 additional attacker positioned in the centre. 5 defenders positioned inside the rondo. Objectives: Attacking players must get the ball into the pivot player as many times as possible. One point is given each time he receives possession. Once he has the ball, he
Following a modest playing career, Marco Rose retired at the age of 33 to pursue coaching. A native of Leipzig, the former defender spent a year at Lokomotiv before moving to Austria to coach Red Bull Salzburg’s U16 side. He quickly progressed through the age groups and began managing the U19’s in 2016, guiding them