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5 Pass & Sup 1

5 Pass & Sup 1

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PASSING
AND
SUPPORTING
PIAY
T
Passing
The BaIl
PRACTICEINFOBMATION
€-
10m
-----.-----*
Pass
with
good
QUALITYWEIGHTING
of
the
PASS.
(so
that
the
receivercould
pass
first
time if
hechoses to).Use
both
the inside
and outsidesurfaces
of
the
foot.
TECHNIQUE OFTHE
PASS
a.
Contact the
centre of the
ball.
b.
Position
of
non-kicking foot.
c.
Afirm
ankle
joint
as
striking the
ball.
d.
Good
balanceand
follow-through.
Quality
of
controlof the
ball
to
assist
the
nexr
pass.
Encourage
a
body
feint
beforepassing
to
deceive
any
opponent.
1
.
Pass
Accurately
to
the
f
eet
of
thereceiver.
Playing
area
10
x
1"0
metres
orid
Players:3
3per
grid
square
Equipment
1
ballper3
players
Practice andObjective
1.
Pass
the
ball
to
either,
of
the
two
other
playersand
thenmove
to
the
unoccupied
gridline.
2.
Norestriction
on the
number
oftouches
for
eachplayer.
PBOGBESSION
1.
As
above
but
players
have
a
MAXIMUM
of
TWO
TOUCHES.
-
Then
-
2.
Play
ONE
TOUCH
IF POSSIBLE.
3.
Howmany
1
touch
passescan be
recorded
in 20
seconds.

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