The Tiki-Taka style of soccer emphasizes short passes and player movement. These two attacking exercises are designed to create scoring in tight spaces. In the clip Former Manchester United FC player, Alan Kirkup, demonstrates two Tiki-Taka style of play games that will train your players to recognize different options that expand their soccer IQ.
The first game stresses the quality of the passes, getting open in gaps, and playing the ball quickly. The game is played 5v5 on a short field. Players are limited to two touches, but the finish must be one touch only. The game is designed to help players get out of tight spaces and create scoring opportunities.
The second game is played 8v6 with 2 free players that play for both teams. The 2 free players can move about, while all other players must play 1v1 and remain within a box. The players have unlimited touches in this drill and the hope is to get some player open 1v1 vs the goalkeeper.
For more information about the DVD this clip came from click the link Attacking Exercises for Tiki-Taka Soccer
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