This is a fun skill practice which challenges all players to develop moving with the ball skills including dribbling, turning and running with the ball.
This is a very simple set-up which you can use whilst your players are arriving to get them moving around and developing their touch on the ball from the minute your soccer coaching session begins.
Every coach and player in the country knows the practice “Traffic Lights” so it is a perfect springboard from which to launch a complete “Moving With The Ball” session.
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Here’s a counter-attacking small-sided game template you can use to coach passing, dribbling, defending, goalkeeping and more. It’s also great [...]
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Check out this short video which provides a look at the technical points for the slap cut technique and reverse slap cut technique.
Check out this short video which provides a look at the technical points for the outside cut technique and inside cut technique plus a simple ball manipulation exercise.
When faced with a 1v1 situation, cut moves greatly increase the chances of success – of beating the defender – compared to a straight run…