Players in fours (fives is also fine, and is a way of reducing intensity, if required) with one ball between them. 2 pairs facing each other 5m-7m apart. The yellow player starts by passing the ball to the orange player and following their pass at speed.
The orange player uses their first touch to move the ball away from the yellow player, and with the second touch passes to the blue player. The orange player follows their pass and jogs to the back of the opposite line.
In example A, the orange player has moved the ball to the right because the yellow player approached him/her slightly to his/her left side.
In example B, the yellow player has moved the ball to the left because the blue player approached him/her to his/her right.
The coach can also direct the passer to follow the pass by running directly at the receiver. Therefore the receiver has the option of going left or right, ideally the receiver will fake to move the ball in one direction, and then with his/her first touch move the ball the other way.
To see an example of this, click the below demo video.
Which group can complete 10 passes first?