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Dan Cottrell said:

Play the ZZ variation. Zinedine Zidane rarely spoke when he played. So play without any verbal communication at all. See how the players now react.

14/03/18
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Elly Moore said:

Very fond of the ZZ approach & use it in lots of netball sessions especially when there's a focus on 'choosing the better option' (decision-making) ... find it helps players make their OWN decisions rather than being drawn to/by someone shouting for the ball who may not actually be the better option.

19/03/18
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