eVideo: The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer 1

eVideo: The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer 1

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eVideo: The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer 1


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Presenter: Norbert Elgert (professional coach at Schalke 04)
Presentation group: U19 FC Schalke 04
Length: about 55 minutes

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eVideo: The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer 1

Presenter: Norbert Elgert (professional coach at Schalke 04)
Presentation group: U19 FC Schalke 04
Length: about 55 minutes

Former German national coach Michael Skibbe wishes Norbert Elgert and Peter Schreiner good luck with their project "The Art of Playing Attacking soccer".

Topics:

  • Basic drills
  • One-Touch Passing in a Triangle
  • One-Touch in a Diamond
  • One-Touch in a Square
  • Playing via a Third Player
  • Forward Passing

Length: about 55 minutes
Film Size: 4:3 - PAL

 

Basic Drills

  • 01: SoccerPing-Pong
  • 02: One-Two and Forward Pass in a Group of 3
  • 03: One-Two and Forward Pass in a Group of 4
  • 04: Double Wall Pass in a Group of 4
  • 05: 2 Forward Passes
  • 06: 2 Forward Passes (+ Coordination)
  • 07: 2 Diagonal Balls
  • 08: One-Touch Pass Into the Path of a Runner

One-Touch Passing in a Triangle

  • 09: Passing in a Triangle
  • 10: Passing in a Triangle and Running with the Ball
  • 11: Continuous Passing in a Triangle
  • 12: Two Wall Passes With Change of Position

One-Touch Passing in a Diamond

  • 13: Wall Passing in a Diamond (Basic Drill)
  • 14: Wall Passing in a Diamond (Variation 1)
  • 15: Wall Passing in a Diamond (Variation 2)
  • 16: One-Two in a Diamond

One-Touch Passing in a Square

  • 17: Diagonal Passes in a Square
  • 18: Diagonal Passes in a Square (Changing Places)
  • 19: Continuous Wall Passing in a Square
  • 20: One-Two in a Small Square
  • 21: One-Two in a Large Square
  • 22: One-Two in a Large Square (Changing Places)

Passing via a Third Player

  • 23: Passing via a Third Player
  • 24: Passing via a Third Player (Continuous)

Through Passing

  • 25: Forward Passing (Forming a Triangle)
  • 26: Forward Passing (One start Position)
  • 27: Forward Passing (Two Start Positions)
  • 28: Forward Passing (With One-Two)
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