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1 WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

2 The following presentation is designed to simplify all the potential Patterns of Play of young players at 8 v 8. This is done by showing a two player rotation per slide. Eventually we will show several movements but coaches need to build up to these slowly and with patience. WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

3 Patterns of Play are designed to be practiced to help players identify common situations in the game itself. When these situations occur the players involved will think about the movements within a pattern of play (that they practiced in training) and will re- enact them in the game. Our goal is to make this an unconscious decision where the players don’t even have to think about it; they just do it naturally / instinctively. WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

4 Using Cones as reference points for team shape defensively then team shape offensively. This is the team shape start position of a Double Diamond Phase One Zone 14 WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

5 Attacking shape is now a Zone 14 is the area between the opponents back players and their midfield Phase Two Zone 14 WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

6 This is the attacking team shape now a The attacking team shape we change to when we are chasing a game; perhaps losing 1-0 and wanting to be more positive in attack. So this now would be the start position Phase Three WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

7 The previous slides show simple and distinctive patterns of play for the team to follow; from a basic defending shape; to a basic attacking shape. The Third slide shows a more advanced pattern of play for the attacking phase. The next slides break down these Patterns of Play to smaller numbers involved to create an idea that could easily become an instinctive movement between two players. WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013

8 Next we have a very simple “unit” pattern of play involving our 2 wide players working together and creating space for each other on one side of the field. (3) knows when (11) cuts inside that is the “cue” for (3) to overlap; call it a “condition” if you like. Likewise with (2) and (7) on the other side. This encourages / conditions our Fullbacks (2) and (3) to attack. This is a “two player rotation” WayneHarrison SoccerAwareness (c)2013


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