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Learn Gareth Bale’s Knuckleball Free Kick

Gareth Bale Prepares To Take A Free Kick

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How You Can Learn By Watching The Pros

Learn by watching

A great way to learn to be a better player is to watch professionals and other more experienced players. 

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All The Principles of Play for Soccer

Principles of Play in soccer

Effective attacking and defending depends simultaneously on individual and team actions. These actions consist of corresponding attacking and defending actions known as the “Principles of Play.”

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What Is “Transition” In Soccer?

What is Transition in Soccer?

Is passing the same as “transition”?

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Transition Game Practice

Transition Practice

This practice game helps teams train their attacking, defending, heading, passing, and transition skills.

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What Are “Jockeying” and “Stabbing”?

What Are “Jockeying” and “Stabbing”?

My coach is always telling us to jockey and not stab at the ball. What does he mean?

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What Should I Do “Off The Ball”?

What Should I Do "Off the Ball"?

What should I do during a game when I don’t have the ball?

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The 4 Phases of Player Development – The Full Bloom

The Elite Phase: The Full Bloom (U-19) Development of functional and team play: Fulfillment of a player’s potential depends on his or her own efforts, the support of teammates and the unselfish guidance of her coach.

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The 4 Phases of Player Development – “The Dedication”

U-16 The Dedication Stage

The Fervid Phase: The Dedication (U-16) Development of individual skills – individual, group and team tactics: This is a critical time in the player’s development.

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The 4 Phases of Player Development – “The Commitment”

The 4 Phases of Player Development

The Formal Phase: The Commitment (U-14) Development of individual skills – individual and small group tactics: Adult standards and formal rules become applicable.

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