The games presented in this book were designed to allow the ball and the game to be the true teachers. The aim is to get away from stagnant, boring line drills and restrictive exercises and give ownership of the game back to the players in the form of fun, age-appropriate exercises. In recent years, coaching at youth level, not only in soccer but in all sports, has trended toward specialization and over-coaching, which in effect has taken the joy of the game away and in many cases driven players away from the sport. These games will not only make your practices more fun, they will teach your players the skills and principles of soccer while allowing for creative expression.Play. With. Scissors! The ScissorMove simply hasthe player move the foot around the ball and then take the ball in a different direction with thesame orother foot; generally the most effective istheuse of the outside of the other foot. To maintainanbsp;...
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