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5 Tips To Becoming An Expert Playmaker

Andres Iniesta

Whenever you ask someone who their favorite player is, more often than not you’ll hear them talk about a striker or a playmaker.

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Practicing on Your Own: Wall Ball Part 1

All you need to practice soccer is your feet, a ball, and a wall

Simply put, wall ball is practicing your soccer skills using a wall to stop the ball and to return the ball to you.

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Learn From The Pros – Again

A large group of people taking notes during the US Men's National Team training session in Los Angeles

Take a look at the video above from US Soccer.

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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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Fish In A Barrel

Fish In A Barrel Practice Game

Fish in a Barrel is a practice game that helps players improve their passing and kicking skills.

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Hot “Ball-tato”

Hot Potato

As you may have guessed from the name, this game is essentially “hot potato” played with a soccer ball. Hot “Ball-tato” (also sometimes known simply as “hot” or “hot soccer”) helps players train passing and receiving balls with pace.

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Snatch is a practice game that trains: passing, receiving, dribbling, shielding, aggressiveness, decision making, and communication.

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Practicing on Your Own: Wall Ball 2

Wall Ball is one of the best ways to practice your soccer skills

If you read Wall Ball Part 1 you know that playing against a wall is one of the best ways for soccer players to practice on your own. Now, here is a great program for players of all skill levels:

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3-Sided Goal Game

A goalie kicks a ball in a fast-paced game

The 3-sided Goal Game trains passing, spacing, movement off the ball, shooting for corners, attacking skills, defending skills, aggressiveness, conditioning, and it is also great practice for goal keepers.

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