Aston Villa F.C.-First Team and Youth Academy.pdf

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Aston Villa F.C.
Long time subscriber Chris Panayiotou, visited Aston Villa of the English Premier League and observed a session with a focus
on possession and speed of play.
Following 10 minutes of jogging and stretching, the players
organized themselves into pairs and did the following progressions.
One-touch passing
One-touch volleys
Control with chest and volley back to partner
8 v 4 With Target Players
Three di erent colored teams of four players inside a 25 x 20-yard grid
with one target player on each end.
Two teams combine to play keep-away from the other team of four.
When the defending team win possession of the ball they attempt to pass
to a target player as quickly as possible. The target player sends the ball
back into the grid to any player other than the color that lost possession
of the ball.
20 Yards
The team that loses the ball becomes the defending team and the cycle
Coaching Points
The target players stay outside the grid
Use the targets immediately
The targets should move side to side to get open
The color of the team that loses the ball should attempt to regain possession immediately - getting the ball back will be easier to do before
the ball gets to the target players than after the target players play the ball back into the two teams that make up the new majority.
The two teams that make up the majority have a clear numerical advantage that can be an advantage with quick passing decisions
A team that nds themselves in the minority may need to increase focus, move o the ball quicker or play the ball quicker
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Aston Villa F.C.
6 v 6 + 2
Play 6 v 6 keep-away in a 40 x 30-yard grid. The goalkeepers are neutral/
target players and are positioned in small coned areas.
Coaching Points
Quick passes should be encouraged
Look to play into the goalkeepers hands early in each possession
30 Yards
7 v 7
Continue skills used in previous exercises and add element of going
to goal. This exercise is more game-like than the previous exercises,
however the smaller eld will give players more touches and decision
making moments. Speed of play is accelerated.
Coaching Point
Encourage lay-o passes into negative space followed by positive passes
forward. This indirect attack will improve possession and disorganize the
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Aston Villa Youth Academy
During his visit, Panayiotou observed this session at the Aston Villa Youth Academy with a focus on crossing and fi nishing.
Organize six players on the perimeter of a 10 x 10-yard area. The six
teammates pass the ball across the area completing passes. Two players
defend inside the area attempting to intercept passes.
The six players outside the area should use only one or two touches
during the possession warm-up.
10 Yards
Coaching Points
Practice proper body shape when receiving a pass
Know where to pass before receiving the ball
One player crosses and two players make runs inside the penalty area to
get on the end of the crosses.
Beginning their runs outside the penalty area, two forwards cross so that
the near forward runs to the far post and the far forward runs the near
The runs should be timed so the forward reaches his destination at the
same time the cross arrives from the wing.
Coaching Points
The wide player should use proper body technique to insure a quality cross
The wide player should cross the ball with purpose to pick out a speci c forward
The wide player crossing the ball should strike through the ball to give the cross pace and dip
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