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    Set Piece Objective(s)
    1. Exploit space by pulling out an area near post and also changing the point of attack and opening up an angle for delivery.
    Diagram 1
    ORGANISATION:
    • 11, 3 stand in the start position at the corner flag attampting to attract out 2 defenders.
    • 5, 9 will crash the centre of the 6yrd box. (Centre back).
    • 4 holds the eadge of the area for rebounds and attempted clearances.
    • 6,7 leave the goal lines to add to the confusion and attack to distract more defenders away from key areas.
    INSTRUCTIONS:
    • Ball should be played to checking 10 who pulls open the near post and creates a 3vs2 scenario at the corner of the pitch.
    • 10, 3, 11 now combine to deliver the ball.  If a player follows 10 they defending team now has 3 players outside the 18yrd box!
    • 10 can play the pass back to 11 to cross in OR combine with 3 to create an angle cross or shot towards the back post.
    KEY COACHING POINTS:
      1. Encourage creativity at the corner.  You cannot predict the defending teams movements so imporvise where necessary.
      2. 10 should be a good play comfortable under pressure and who can make a good decision.
      3. 3 is generally left footed to delivery a good ball into the back post area.
      VARIATIONS:
      1. As shown above.
       
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