The Best Soccer Dribbling Drill

We showcase the best Soccer Dribbling Drill to teach players to keep the ball tight, look for space and avoid other players. The dribble across the square makes players do this More »

Soccer Training – Passing Drills

Great passing drills teach technique, passing direction and the weight/strength of the pass, combined with decision making. More »

Soccer Training – Shooting Drills 1

Every soccer player loves to hear the ripple of the net as the ball flies past the keeper’s outstretched hands. There is no question why shooting is a favori… Soccer Drills – More »

Use of Soccer Shooting Drills

Use of Soccer Shooting Drills Soccer is a game of individual skills that is then integrated into a team strategy. Coaches have to be the providers of the strategy, but it should More »

Soccer Training – Warm Up Drills 1

A proper warm up will increase the flow of blood to muscles resulting in less muscle stiffness, reduced risk of injury and improved performance. There are al… Great warm up. Don’t forget More »

 

Shooting Drills That Will Make You a Knock-Down Shooter

Shooting Drills That Will Make You a Knock-Down Shooter
As you come around the screen, plant your inside foot, catch, and shoot the ball with a 1-2 step. Set Up: Do this with a partner. Place a cone or chair on the wing to simulate the pin-down screen. Your partner passes you the ball as you come off the …
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South Africa's Shock After a Soccer Captain's Murder
Police said he was at his girlfriend Kelly Khumalo's house when two men entered the home, just south of Johannesburg, under the cover of darkness and shot him. The soccer star was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.
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