- Be unpredictable in the build-up. Instead of always playing the ball up the line, try to play through the middle of the park or to wide players who are dropping deep. This will make it more difficult for the opposition to predict your movements and press you.
- Use a combination of short and long passes. Short passes will help you to keep possession, while long passes can be used to create space and get behind the opposition defense.
- Make quick decisions. Don’t dwell on the ball when you have it. Be aware of your surroundings and identify your passing options. As soon as you have a good option, make the pass.
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