Encourage your players to link up and support out wide in three different ways. By JOHN WILLIAMS MORE
This warm up is a great way to get players alert to one touch play and to get them ready for playing matches and keeping possession of the ball in tight areas of the pitch like the penalty area.
Great for one touch play and keeping possession of the ball
You need balls and cones. Use an area 20 x 10 yards. You need players on each of the cones ¬– we used 10 players.
You need players on the cones on each side of the pitch and servers in the centre for the first part of the warm up. Using two balls start with a pass from each end into the white servers in the middle. Players pass and follow one touch but the servers remain in their places. In the second part the servers also pass and follow.
One touch passing.
4. In the second phase the servers also follow the pass and play moves in and out of the area.