Presentation on theme: "Description of the backpass. The backpass is a pass back from a outfield player to the goalkeeper. When a backpass? In case an outfield player cannot play."— Presentation transcript:
Description of the backpass. The backpass is a pass back from a outfield player to the goalkeeper. When a backpass? In case an outfield player cannot play forwards to a teammate. The goalkeeper must learn to approach a backpass in the same way as an outfield player.
Backpass since 1992-1993 Goalkeeper no longer allowed to pick up a backpass. Has to play it with his feet. Problems for GK with underdeveloped playing skills. Advantages for the GK helping his team to retain the ball and to initiate a new building up.
The Backpass. Goalkeeper: making himself available. The distance between giver and goalkeeper has to be as big as possible.( time and space). Ball speed of the giver. Position of the teammates and opponents.
Continuation of the backpass.. Backpass from the left, turn open and pass to the right. Playing the backpass directly or collecting. Giver has to play the ball to the strongest legg of the goalkeeper. Developing both leggs
Example how to train the backpass. 3 versus 2 +gk. 3 versus 3 +gk. 4 versus 2 or 3 + gk 5 versus 3 or 4 + gk. Practice: 3 attackers can score on the big goal. GK and the defenders can score on a empty small goal. When the gk scores from a backpass 2 points aaa d d k 3 versus 2 + gk on a half field.
Example how to train the backpass Attacker a pass to a2 a-2. Dribble to goalline- Crossball to incoming attacker. Further 1 vs 1+gk. Goalkeeper can only score from a backpass in a empty goal. Methodics: 1 vs 1+gk, 2 vs 1+gk, 2 vs 2+gk, 3 vs 2+gk, etc a2a aa a a k d