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Ball Control - Italian Style
Ball Control - Italian Style
The Ball Control- Italian Style teaching method has been developed in the youth training programs of the Italian Serie A. It has been very successful in team development coaching programs that have produced players with exceptional technical skills. The simplicity of this program is a major reason for its success. These 60 exercises aim to develop, improve and maintain individual technical skills regarding ball control. Suitable for players of all ages and abilities, these exercises can be carried out in groups, pairs or alone - all you really need is a ball and a wall. All of these exercises have a play for fun aspect that stimulate the will and motivation of the players during the workouts. Improve your ball control Italian Style!
55 minutes
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Ball Control 2 - Italian Style
Ball Control 2 - Italian Style
42 Exercises To Develop And Maintain Feinting, Dribbling And Change Of Direction

These clearly explained exercises for Ball Control demonstrate the techniques of feints, dribbling and change of direction and are a progression from the skill based exercises shown in Ball Control 1. There are more than 40 exercises designed to develop attacking play which will lead to goalscoring opportunities and stimulate the players imagination and creativity. The techniques of feinting, dribbling and change of direction are fundamental techniques for player development. Players of all ages and levels of experience will find these exercises to be interesting and motivational which will accelerate the players technique and performance.
60 minutes
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Coaching In The Game Methodology 2- Teaching Team Tactics
Coaching In The Game Methodology 2- Teaching Team Tactics
Coaching in the Game is a coaching method that is particularly well-suited to soccer, a sport that places the decision-making responsibilities on the player. Its use of realistic, free-flowing play makes it easier for players to transfer what they learn in training to match situations. Teaching Team Tactics In the second part of this series, the methodology is expanded to full 11 v. 11 play. NSCAA Academy Staff member Paul Marco coaches within game settings to develop improved on-field communication between defenders and midfielders. As in the first part of the series, structuring conditioned play, a key element to the coaching method, is demonstrated, as is the importance of linking the warm-up to the elements that will be stressed during the training session.
Sections on this DVD include: Warm-up for training- Teaching Midfielders and Backs to Coordinate Their Defending- Counter Attacking
59 minutes
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Soccer Coaches Guide For Young Players 5-7 Years Old
Soccer Coaches Guide For Young Players 5-7 Years Old
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America is pleased to present this collection of sessions and activities to use as you coach your young players. NSCAA staff coaches provide demonstrations of many different activities coaches can use to teach young players the skills they need to learn to play the game of soccer and have fun at the same time.
At this age the ball itself is the biggest opponent. The activities are heavily oriented towards dribbling, giving the players as many touches on the ball as possible in their early years. Sessions include:
- Dribbling moves - Passing and spacing - Shooting - Small sided games - Additional activities provided by American Youth Soccer Organization and Soccer Association For Youth
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Soccer Coaches Guide For Youth Players 8-12 Years Old
Soccer Coaches Guide For Youth Players 8-12 Years Old
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America is pleased to present this collection of sessions and activities to use as you coach your young players. NSCAA staff coaches provide demonstrations of many different activities coaches can use to teach young players the skills they need to learn to play the game of soccer and have fun at the same time.
It is vital at this age group that coaches are patient, knowledgeable and skilled at providing exercises that are fun,but also have a repetitive element to them, helping to ingrain habits the players will need as they progress in their soccer journey. Sessions include:
- Dribbling moves - Passing and spacing - Shooting - Small sided games - Additional activities provided by American Youth Soccer Organization and Soccer Association For Youth
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