Here is a high intensity session that focuses on different ways of eliminating the opponent as efficiently as possible. Plenty of 1V1, 2V1, 3V3 and 4V3 scenarios. This is great for attacking in small spaces as well as learning how to defend in an overload situation.
Mick McDermott brings us a session that aims to develop the ability and habit of ‘Quick Transitions in Front’. The platform to allow transitions in front comes from structured defensive organization; each player must know their defensive role – these same players must also know their role on gaining possession in order to create opportunities to attack.
It is vital that players learn to create and exploit passing channels if they are to be effective; especially in congested and compact areas of the pitch. Players must develop an understanding of the key spaces to exploit: Between-the-lines of the opponent, away from the opponent, in-front of opponent etc. Players must also understand and rehearse the correct Positioning, Moment / Timing, Direction and Speed of movements to be most effective.
Stuart Sharp has led the the US Paralympic Team to a 6th place World Ranking. Here are some excellent ideas on how you can work on attacking sequences to goal with recovery defenders. These variations will help you paint the picture for 2V2, 3V2, 3V3 and 3V4s to goal.
The following session aims to develop the understanding and habit of ‘Attacking at Pace’. Players must understand that the ultimate target in soccer is to score goals and if an opportunity to attack occurs then that opportunity must be exploited.
Strikers must play the game in congested areas resulting in limited space / time to make decisions and execute those decisions. Close attention from Defenders makes it difficult to create goal-scoring opportunities; it is therefore vital that Strikers develop a wide range of movements to create space/time for themselves and their teammates.