Number of Sessions: 20
Number of Drills: 100
Channel Themes: Attacking (Box), Defending (Trap)
This channel includes:
3D images of sessions. Session notes. Videos of all drills.
The Coerver® method is world renowned and has helped guide thousands of the top technicians, some to the very top in the game. Most recent including youth player such as Liverpool FC Luis Lognstaff first team debuting with Liverpool FC, Japan International and Liverpool FC first team Forward Takumi Minamino and Nakajima Porto FC Forward just to mention a few.
This channel consists of a series of sessions that follow our Coerver® session planner specifically chosen to develop the Coerve® Core skills at ages U7 to U11 years in Phase 2) in our Coerver® pathway as well as the understanding of how, where and when.
The session topics are listed below in the channel contents listed week 1 to 20. Each session is taken from one of our Coerve® (4Ps) Penetrate, Pressing, Protect, Probe. whilst always respecting the 4 moments of the game in possession, out of possession, transition to attack and transition to defend.
Each session will cover the foundation work and the Individuals core skills whilst following the Coerve® Session Planner sections on WARMUP, SPEED,1v1 ATTACK & DEFENCE This is also aligned to the HOME PRACTICE channel of 1V1 game moves and ball mastery moves. Completing the Coerver® Session Planner is GROUP PLAY and finally the SMALLSIDED GAMES channel.
All Coerver® sessions are designed to affect a player’s DNA in the Coerver® 5s approach, Skill, Sense, Speed, Strength and Speed. (The Coerver® Player DNA)
Note - Home Practice has been handpicked from our vast Moves and ball mastery Library developed over 36 years and set to challenge players away from practice and for the coach to use in his session. Each home practice folder has 2 game moves and 1 or two ball mastery moves from (B) Basic, (I) Intermediate,(A) Advanced and (M) Master. Each game move is also graded in level of difficulty from a 1*,2** or 3*** star move.
In the late 1970s, Dutch European Championship winning coach Wiel Coerver led a revolution in soccer coaching. He was dissatisfied with the lack of individual skills and emphasis on defensive play in the professional game; an emphasis that many thought, was stifling the more exciting, attacking style of play necessary to score goals and attract fans.
Up to that point, little attention had been given to individual skill development, because no one knew quite how to teach these skills. It was also, then, widely assumed that the great players of the game were innately gifted far beyond the capabilities of the average player.
Coerver’s early focus was on teaching ball mastery and 1 v 1 skills by encouraging players to emulate the “moves” of soccer’s all-time greats, such as Sir Stanley Matthews, Cryuff, Beckenbauer and Pele.
In 1984, inspired by Wiel Coerver’s Philosophy, Alfred Galustian and Charlie Cooke founded what is now known around the world as Coerver Coaching