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…
Footballers make around 1000 decisions during every game of football. Most of us make fewer decisions than this during a day at work so it is important that we provide some governing principles to help our players choose the best options
Often a defender will be pressuring from behind or alongside our players. The best dribbling technique includes two technical points which will make it more difficult for these defenders to win the ball.
When we run our toes naturally point in the direction that we are travelling. This means that pushing the ball with the inside arches of our feet will skew the ball off across our bodies. Dribbling in this manner would take us zigzagging all over the pitch…
In grassroots football, and for complete player development, bringing the head up whilst the ball is at feet is one of the most significant improvements a player can make.
Great players are at the controls of the ball at all times. To avoid losing the ball, players must always be within playing distance of it.
This post is a summary of the key points you should be looking for when coaching “Running With The Ball”.