Shooting In Transition Practice

By Alex Trukan This exercise is based on transition phase from attack to defense. Ability to prevent counter-attack recently became more important with the teams scoring more goals from the counter-attacks and quick attacks. In this practice, that is connected … Continue reading

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Speed in Shooting Practice

By Alex Trukan This practice is focused on improving speed. This component can be divided into: maximal speed, acceleration speed, change of direction speed and deceleration speed. Some of these are required more than others. In soccer, sprints up to … Continue reading

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Continuous Paired Finishing

By Daniel Severn This week we have an easy to set up, fun, but hard working exercise. This exercise works well with either two or three players. Set Up and Directions The exercise is set up as shown below. We … Continue reading

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Technical Team Relay with Finishing

By Daniel Severn Team competitions are always fun. They demand each player to work to their maximum effort as they represent their team. This technical relay race will focus on techniques of dribbling the ball and ends with the player … Continue reading

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Technical Station – Including Through Pass and Shooting

By Daniel Severn This week’s exercise is again a two player exercise. It helps to develop agility, first touch, the timing of runs and through passes, dribbling techniques, passing and shooting. It is a great all-round exercise with a high … Continue reading

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Continuous 1v1’s with a Goalkeeper

By Jebreel Bubtana This is a fun exercise for your team to do that gets both your attackers and goalkeepers working hard. Set up the field as shown below in figure 1 with 10 soccer balls on the edge of … Continue reading

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