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A rondo is a keep away style drill where one team with numerical superiority tries to keep possession while the other team tries to take the ball away.
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Defense drops two is simple small sided game where the team in possession has a numerical advantage in attack.
The rondo pressure drill is a fun keep away variation with two teams competing against each other.
Spaced out rondo is a keep away variation to help players work on staying spread out, offensive shape, and finding good passing angles. Set Up Create a grid divided into six zones as pictured in the diagram. This drill is played as a 6v3 rondo 'keep away' exercise...
Two teams against one is an easy keep away competition where three teams take turns playing defence in the middle.
Rondo to attack is a fun rondo ‘keep away’ variation where once players have completed a certain number of passes they can go forward and try to score.
3v2 all time forwards is a fun and fast paced mini game that can help players develop good attacking play with a plus one numerical advantage.
1v1 defender trailing is a 1v1 variation that encourages offensive players to attack quickly and stay calm under pressure while being chased by a defender.
Win the ball to counter is fun small sided game that combines elements of keep away and counter attacking in a competitive drill between two teams.
3v3 flying changes is a fast paced small sided game that can help players work on attacking quickly and finishing.
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