Time for change in direction.September 2 2012 at 8:07 PM
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|Faye Rowe |
Prepare ye the way for "LAST TOUCH" soccer training and development, which includes your first touch, dribbling, passing, heading, chesting, flicking, receiving, shooting, scoring, and defensive saves along with fouls and restarts from free kicks or corner kick opportunities. It comes down to finishing the drill, the skill, and the thrill of completing the task, shooting for goals, and defending your side with purpose and a plan. Focus on what happens with and following the 'last touch,' and that may include one touch-2 touch or any combination of plays. It is most important to evaluate the results according to what happens when players give and receive the ball. Looking cute with impressive displays that lead to little or nothing positive is less effective than utilitarian and dominant defensive stances or scoring goals when given the opportunity. The reason fans enjoy and remember goals is because of successful play.
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|September 2 2012, 8:12 PM |
WindbagNo score for this post
|September 2 2012, 9:21 PM |
Kinda like your post??No score for this post
|September 2 2012, 9:30 PM |
Get to the point already.........
|I deal soccer|
For the slow and weak....No score for this post
|September 2 2012, 9:41 PM |
what matters is your 'last touch' which could include your first touch! It is so simple that most American and anglican coaches don't get it. Watch the truly great ones. You will probably have a good first touch if your "last touch" is consistently great.
You have no clue.No score for this post
|September 3 2012, 12:59 AM |
Try giving advice about some other sport.
Keep Telling Yourself ThatNo score for this post
|September 3 2012, 11:28 AM |
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