6 players are positioned as shown, distance between the cones 7m-8m.
The passing exercise starts with player #1 at cone A passing the ball to the feet of the player at cone B (who moves away with a dummy run as if getting away from an imaginary defender, then checks back to the ball to receive it).
B bounces back to A1 who plays the killer pass to the first player at cone C.
C1 moves the ball (1st touch) and passes to the player at cone D (2nd touch) and the same pattern is repeated.
All players involved move to the next cone after completing their action/pass (from cone A to B; B to C; C to D and D to A). Every 2-3 minutes: change the direction (use other foot)
Use 2 balls, starting with A1 and C1 simultaneously
“More accuracy, play the ball to your mate’s right/left foot”
“Play the ball with more speed”
“Communicate, time your action”
“Count how often you can play a successful killer pass (between the defenders)”
Every 2 minutes change of defenders and start again.
To see an example of this, click the below demo video.