By: Wayne Harrison
Provided by: Amplified Soccer
To score, players can pass through the goal or dribble through it. The ball stays in play and movement off the ball to support the player in it to score becomes more important.
Using two wide positioned goals for each team to attack. This is designed to encourage players to spread out when they attack and switch play; changing direction if one route is blocked. Looking for quick transition and movement off the ball to create space but attacking the space when it is on to do so. The first thought of the player on the ball should still be "Can I run or pass the ball forward".
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