12v3 Pole Splitting Rondo with Marcus DiBernardo,
Monroe College Head Men’s Coach;
2019 NJCAA Division I National Champions (18-0);
2018 NJCAA Division I Women’s National Champions (16-0-1);
6x NJCAA National Tournament appearances;
2019 United Soccer Coaches Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff of the Year;
2018 United Soccer Coaches Women’s Soccer Coaching Staff of the Year;
2012 NSCAA Coach of the Year
In this video, Marcus DiBernardo shows numerous ways on how to implement Rondos within your game model and the different constraints you can put on your players to increase their soccer intelligence. Coach DiBernardo displays 24 different Rondos with in-depth illustrations, both in animation and on the field that you can use for all phases of the game: attacking, defending, pressing, counter-pressing, finishing, transitions and more.
We are providing this drill to give you ideas on how to enhance your current practice drills. The idea is not to implement it exactly as is, but rather to tweak it to make it fit your system.
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