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Field Session - Playing Like Barcelona: Through Phase of Play Field Session - Playing Like Barcelona: Through Phase of Play

Date added: 01/28/2012
Date modified: 03/03/2012
Filesize: 302.17 kB
Downloads: 65

This field session was part of a National D license coaching course delivered by ASET, and in conjunction with the Missouri Youth Soccer Association. The field session consisted of a warm-up containing blind side runs, wall passes and double passes. The session progressed with a Phase of Play coaching methodology by building out of each third of the field; defending third, middle third, attacking third.

You must be an emerging technician to view the field session.

Essential Attacking Concepts Essential Attacking Concepts

Date added: 04/03/2010
Date modified: 04/03/2010
Filesize: 255.43 kB
Downloads: 73
This session was presented at the March 28 coaching clinic. The demonstration group was the U14 boys from the Metro Strikers Soccer Club. This session demonstrated a progression of passing patterns that introduced players to various passing combinations.  These combinations included wall passes, overlaps, and three player combinations. The session concluded by exposing coaches to small sided games that incorporated these passing combinations.

Effective Organization through Team Training Effective Organization through Team Training

Date added: 08/26/2008
Date modified: 11/30/2008
Filesize: 108.09 kB
Downloads: 97
This session was presented at the August 17 coaching clinic. The demonstration group was the U14 girls from the St. Louis Scott Gallagher Soccer Club.  This session incorporated everything.  During the session an ideal shape at the back was discussed in order to advance the ball down field.  Once in the attacking third, ideal movements were shown, from both forwards and midfielders, in order to play through zone 14.  At the conclusion of this session coaches had a clear idea of the shape, from back to front, they will look to imprint with their teams.

E License First and Second Defender E License First and Second Defender

Date added: 12/23/2013
Date modified: 12/23/2013
Filesize: 152.27 kB
Downloads: 19

ASET, in conjunction with Missouri Youth Soccer, delivered this session at the most recent E license. The session follows the USSF Progression and is geared toward the U8-U12 age groups.

You must be logged in as an ASET emerging technician to view the session.

Dribbling is Overrated - The Wall Pass Dribbling is Overrated - The Wall Pass

Date added: 09/18/2011
Date modified: 11/23/2011
Filesize: 118.54 kB
Downloads: 76
This session was presented by the ASET coaching staff. Players resort to dribbling because they do not know what to do with the ball prior to receiving it. In the English Premier League there is a pass made every 2.67 seconds and in Spain's La Liga a pass every 2.75 seconds. As teams are attempting to pass with more frequency, combining with teammates is a natural by-product. One of the major ways to combine with a teammate in order to get in behind an organized defense is the wall pass. This featured session demonstrated how to build up and progress through a wall pass session. This session applies to all ages.
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