Is it easy to practice the counterattack? ¿Is it easy to defend teams that use the counterattack as a style of play? The counterattack could either be your most preferred playing system or not, but, your players need to know what to do when facing a team using counterattack.
A good pressing and a defensive balance against the position game (Sarri, Guardiola, Nagelsman), with a rule which will make the offensive players to choose the right position in order to fix the defenders.
To defend the central lane is key, and, to orientate the rival so he can just play at the side generates an advantage in order to get the ball back.
Since regularly, all the rondos are played in a high pace, is it possible to practice a tactical rondo in which you work both the change of pace and the high and low pace? It is definitely possible if we include a small modification in the structure so our players can make decisions about the pace of the game.
The best way for advancing in the game is to not to repeat too many passes in the same zone. Just by setting up one rule and different zones we will be able to create the scenario where the players will discover, by themselves, the perfect offensive timing.
To get in the right shape to defend a through ball it is what is going to make our defenders to reach the ball before the forwards do. In this tactical defensive drill, we will face real game situations so the defenders learn how to get in the right shape. All of this in a press drill.
Combination play situation in which we add a condition to make the dril even more difficult so it can become easier in the games. Drill to achieve an effective building of the game through taking the right decisions.
We will use an easy condition that will make our players close the interior spaces in a better way, to not allow the passing lines and to do not let the defenders get right in shape to defend deep balls.
Being in a good position for defending a cross is as important as moving forward across the field in order to avoid a shoot. To create offensive situations to reach the goal’s rival in a better position it is the next step when attacking.
We need some confidence in order to start a combinative building attack. To improve it, we will need to make right and wrong decisions and learn from them. In this easy drill we will be able to improve that confidence.