eBook 22: Quick Break and Counter Attacking Development Plan

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eBook 22: Quick Break and Counter Attacking Development Plan

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Counter attacking is a great way for defending teams to break out of their own half, releasing the pressure on the defenders and creating chances to score. Some teams use counter-attacking tactics successfully against weaker teams and in two or three quick moves can go from defending to scoring a goal.

This is an Excellent Quick Break and Counter Attacking Development Plan highlighting: 

  • Constant Transitions from Attack to Defense
  • Developing Quick Break Play from the Back
  • Introducing Attacking from the Back Through the Units
  • Developments for the Transition Game
  • More
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Warm Up

  1. Players make two passes amongst themselves in midfield then pass it into the striker and all three supports quickly to exploit the attacking overload situation. Recovery runs by the defender (D) cannot begin until the ball has been passed into the striker.
  2. Begin with an overload and have two strikers against one defender. Have one recovering defender to help the sole defender already at the back but who is in a 2 v 1 disadvantage. This is a good start to the session as it makes it easier to gain success for the attacking team which is ultimately what we are looking to achieve.
  3. Time the break to get a shot in. Ten seconds maximum to score.
  4. Working both ways alternately. This is a good conditioning session also.