I coach my team to attack the opponent non-stop when they have the ball, when they lose it and when the opposition have it – defending is our first offensive action. What I try to get across in my coaching session is every player being an attacker and every player being a defender. MORE
Info on the Pass
Info on the pass is a coaching term used to encourage players to communicate when passing the ball.
When making a pass, the player passing the ball should give information to the receiver. For example:
“Man on!” This means a player is threatening the receiving player from behind.
“Time!” This means player with the ball has enough time and space to receive the ball unopposed.
“Turn!” This instructs the receiving player to turn in the opposite direction to switch play or move forward with the ball.