Watch as Coach Guy Nell explains counter pressing and how it helped his team to win a district championship for the first time in 10 years. Counter pressing is trying to win the ball back immediately after losing possession. You want to hit the opponent while they are still compact before they can get out into space. Coach will show a diagram of a 2-part progression drill starting with a 5v2 traditional rondo. He suggests playing three 5-minute games with the focus on immediate pressure when possession is lost, trying to get the ball back. The 2nd progression is a small, sided game 7v7. He will explain the size of the grid and a couple of rules on positioning and scoring. The focus is on defending forward and using your numerical overload to your advantage.