The attacking team has an overload but can the defending team use their players to create their own overload and win the ball back so they can score? MORE
Coaching tips for playing the killer pass
There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a well-executed through ball that splits the defence anticipated by your striker who runs on to it and blasts it into the net.
It is a vital core skill that young players need to have to open the opposition and win games.
MY TIPS FOR PLAYING THE KILLER PASS
If you want your players to make the final ball count as your team moves forward, they must understand the basics…
> The ball should be moved quickly in the build up.
> Players should be patient and wait for the space to open up.
> Wingers must offer support to open up one side of the pitch.
> Midfielders should be constantly moving to make the pass easier.
> Players must perfectly time their runs to receive the pass.> Receiving players should finish with a good shot.
You could make this skill really work for your team if you run the three session below and get your team to play killer passes.
Creating a passing game for your team is all about working on individual technique and getting players to understand how team play works with movement and good passing. Here are the best ways to implement your ideas