Close range shots with pass and fake opponents
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Player A dribbles from the starting cone towards the second cone. At the same time player B starts his run to the pole. When they arrive A plays a deep ball which B runs onto and either dispatches at goal either first time, or after first controlling the ball. Switch places after each round.
Resources: 1 Full-size goal, 3 poles.
– The goalkeeper always takes his position off the shooter.
– Owing to the high variation of shots, the goalkeeper has to react differently to each different shot technique.
– The goalkeeper’s aim is always to hold onto the ball.
– The goalkeeper acts as soon as the ball has left the shooter’s foot.
-The takeoff takes place either with or without an intermediate step. Taking many steps, makes for too large a waste of time. When taking off, the bodyweight is on the push-off leg.
– The goalkeeper jumps with a step of momentum to the side. To the right, by taking momentum over his right foot, and laterally pushes off over the soccer ball. To the left by taking momentum over the left foot.
-The outfield players‘ aim is to learn the correct techniques for instep –laces shot – volley- turning and thereby to increase the speed and accuracy of the shots.
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