Scoring Exercises Warm Up

Scoring Exercises Warm Up

Warm up should be without a ball for the first 15 minutes as the coach needs the players to get really stretched out. Strikers must execute a wide range of twisting and turning movements which are specific to their position. This can be followed by striking the ball in twos or threes with gradually increasing speed and power. It is good for the coach to practice shooting on the turn in the warm up.

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Movement Behind and Across Defenders Scoring Exercise

Movement Behind and Across Defenders Scoring Exercise

Teams should dedicate two sessions, or parts of sessions, a week dedicated to goal scoring and striker movement. These sessions must be realistic scoring sessions. Lining ten players up to take shots at the goalkeeper is not realistic to the game. Players must practice realistic striker movements in and around the penalty box. Here is one such session.

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The Secrets to Scoring Goals

The Secrets to Scoring Goals

What I touched on in the lectures were truly secrets. They are geared for player’s 14 years of age and over. Coaches who really paid attention to the details of what was said in my sessions will truly improve their team’s goal scoring. Those who did not missed some of the secrets.

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The Last 9 Seconds: The Secrets to Scoring Goals on the Last Touch

The Last 9 Seconds: The Secrets to Scoring Goals on the Last Touch

Have you ever wondered why so many great goal scoring opportunities in the game of soccer are not converted into goals? In this book you will learn The Secrets to Scoring Goals on the final touch, A Psychological Perspective, John DeBenedictis provides soccer coaches with solutions to this problem tackling it from a psychological perspective. This comprehensive volume is packed with hundreds of full color soccer photos and illustrations.

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