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Dribble your opponent at the beginning of the season!

Control, possession, and dribbling are fundamental elements to develop in each player.

Although soccer is a collective game in which the good performance of the team is more important, in general than the individual performance, having a team with technically and tactically strong players individually is very important.

Combining the individual with the collective and making the team together are great challenges for coaches nowadays.at.

To help you develop your players’ dribbling, at the beginning of the season, we have prepared a new video with dribbling exercises.

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Check the coaching points of our suggested exercises bellow:

4 Corner Zones - Tactical Boards Soccer 4 Corner Zones

Coaching Points
– Quick transition; change of speed & direction; attack open space; awareness; communication.

Channel Possession Game 7 - Tactical Boards Soccer Channel Possession Game 7

Coaching Points
– Quick decision making; accurate passing; vision; angle, distance, and timing of support; aggressive and positive mentality; vision and anticipation; placement versus power; positioning to gain an advantage.

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Coaching Points
– Close control; awareness; change of direction and speed; deception; set up defender; protect the ball; vision.

 

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