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The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 (Booklet)
The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 (Booklet)
Authors: Peter Schreiner, Norbert ElgertPages: 48Graphics: 26Exercises: 22 The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer - Part 3 - Positional Games Forming triangles - Creating superior numbers on the ball - Open body position - Recognizing and exploiting gaps - Securing ball possession The third part of the series "The Art of Playing Attacking Football" is all about the importance of a good positional game as a requirement for successful positional attacks.A positional attack is always started when a fast counterattack isn’t possible. It is characterized by a secure build-up from the back and safe passing sequences from the first third over the midfield in the attack zone to prepare goalscoring opportunities.

€14.95*
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U10-11 (Book)
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U10-11 (Book)
120 Pages FULL COLOUR Print 66 Practices U9-U12 Level   Dutch Academy Football Coaching U10-U11 Technical and Tactical Practices from Top Dutch Coaches This book contains 66 practices as used in top academies in the Netherlands. There are technical and tactical practices for a wide range of topics ideal for coaches at youth level wanting to develop their team to world leading, Dutch academy standards. The Dutch Academy Football Coaching (U10-11) book in FULL COLOUR contains a detailed outline of: The Dutch training methodology for this age group The basic principles of Dutch Academy coaching The age-specific characteristics Training / coaching methods Match days Training Sessions Technical practices (moves and turns) Positional games Formation specific small sided games This gives you a completely unique opportunity to learn the types of practices used by some of the best Dutch Academy coaches. Practice Topic Samples: Passing and Receiving in a 4 v 4 Small Sided Game with End Zones The Scissor (and Moves to Beat) in a 4 v 4 Small Sided Game The Elastic Drag Move in a Continuous Dribbling Circuit The Train Move, Crossing and Finishing in a 7 v 7 Small Sided Game with Side Zones Positional 5 v 3 Possession Game Building Up Play from the Goalkeeper in a Dynamic Practice Formation Specific 5 v 4 Small Sided Game (1-2-1 vs 2-1) Formation Specific 6 v 6 Small Sided Game (4-1 vs 2-3)

€26.95*
Offensive 1 vs 1 (Booklet)
Offensive 1 vs 1 (Booklet)
Authors: Peter Schreiner, Jörg Amthor, Sven HübscherPages: 64Graphics: 50Exercises: 50 Offensive 1 vs 1 - 50 Exercises and Competitions Speed of Execution and Action Competence Dribbling exercises with a focus on ball control, twists, changes of direction and tempo changes certainly have their justification and are particularly useful in basic training if they are used in doses. The skills learned in basic training should then be developed as early as possible application-oriented in exercises and competitions.The successful design of offensive 1 vs 1 situations is always a great challenge for an attacker, because most defenders are well-trained in defensive tackling and also experience shows that they are extremely physical. Therefore, players in all leagues and levels are still very much in demand, who are capable of playing relentlessly attacking opponents in order to open rooms, to create a numerical majority, or to finish on the goal unchallenged.Players like Arjen Robben, Ronaldo, Franck Ribery, Lionel Messi, Alexis Sanchez or Neymar have a dribbling success rate of around 40-70%, which makes the difference. Which skills are necessary? What characterizes all these players - what makes them different? First of all, all these players master almost all known dribbling techniques, body delusions and feints from the bottom up and apply them flexibly to the situation. In addition, they have extremely high basic dynamics and an explosive start. Her body control is phenomenal and the action density is very high. But these factors alone are far from enough to describe the level of these world class players. They are characterized by additional skills with which they can decide games on their own: These world-class players are fast-reacting to the fast-changing and complex game situations (space, teammates and opponents, ball movements, etc.) and make almost intuitively correct decisions based on their experience. The key words for this are "Speed of Execution", and "Action Competence".

€14.95*
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U12-13 - Technical and Tactical Practices from Top Dutch Coaches (Bo
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U12-13 - Technical and Tactical Practices from Top Dutch Coaches (Bo
144 Pages FULL COLOUR Print 71 Practices U11-U14 Level The Dutch Academy Football Coaching (U12-13) book in FULL COLOUR contains a detailed outline of: The Dutch training methodology for this age group The basic principles of Dutch Academy coaching The age-specific characteristics Training / coaching methods Match days (before, during, half-time, after) The Dutch Academy style of play Technical and tactical training Positional roles and requirements Passing practices and small sided games This book contains 71 practices as used in top academies in the Netherlands. There are technical and tactical practices for a wide range of topics ideal for coaches at youth level wanting to develop their team to world leading, Dutch academy standards. Practice Topic Samples: Creating Space, Opening Up and Turning in a Passing Combination Create Space, Change Direction and Switch of Play Checking Away, Receiving and Turning with Pressure from Behind Building Up Play from the Back Through the Full Backs with Various Passing Combinations Position Specific Flank Play with Attacking Combination, Crossing and Finishing 2 Phase 1 v 1 Duel on the Flank with Transition Play Position Specific 4 v 4 Attacks in a Dynamic 2 Zone Small Sided Game Defensive Shape and Pressing in a 4 v 4 Small Sided Game with 6 Goals

€26.95*
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U14-15 (Book)
Dutch Academy Football Coaching U14-15 (Book)
168 Pages FULL COLOUR Print 35 Tactical patterns of play 62 Practices U14-U15 Level   Dutch Academy Football Coaching U14-15 Functional Training and Tactical Practices from Top Dutch Coaches This book contains 35 Tactical patterns of play and 62 practices from the top academies in the Netherlands. There are technical (functional) and tactical practices for a wide range of topics ideal for coaches at youth level wanting to develop their team to world leading, Dutch academy standards. The Dutch Academy Football Coaching (U14-15) book in FULL COLOUR contains a detailed outline of: The Dutch training methodology for this age group The basic principles of Dutch Academy coaching The age-specific characteristics Training / coaching methods Matches: Positional Roles and Responsibilities The Dutch Academy style of play Functional technical training Tactical training Building up play Attacking Defending Positional practices and small sided games This gives you a completely unique opportunity to learn the types of practices used by some of the best Dutch Academy coaches. Practice Topic Samples: Passing Direct from the Centre Back to the Striker when Building Up in a 5 v 4 Practice Building Up Play from the Goalkeeper through to Midfield in a 6 (+GK) v 4 Game Coordinated Movements and Finishing from Crosses in a 2 Zone Game Pressing from the Front with the Forwards in a Dynamic Game Providing Cover and Taking Over Marking while Pressing in the Midfield Area (3 Zone Practice) Exploiting Space in Behind the Opposition’s Defence in an 8 v 8 Small Sided Game Building Up Play with the Full Back: 6 (+GK) v 4 Positional Play Receive, Dribble & Beat a Defender on the Flank in a Passing Combination Practice

€26.95*
Perfect Ball Control in Soccer (Book)
Perfect Ball Control in Soccer (Book)
In modern soccer, players of all abilities experience enormous time pressure and pressure from opponents. They rarely get the chance to receive the ball calmly and then dribble, pass or shoot at the goal. Only by being able to bring the ball quickly and safely under control – often while on the run – can one play attractive and successful soccer. However, perfect ball control does not just start when the ball is at the player's feet, but must always be seen in the context of a game situation and an opponent. Perfect ball control can be broken down into four stages: • Preparation for the initial contact with the ball (perception, running into free space, adopting a suitable body position) • The first touch of the ball • Actions in possession of the ball (dribbling, feinting) • Final action (pass, cross, shot at the goal) This practical book contains more than 160 drills and ball games and over 200 photos and 120 illustrations covering ball control, dribbling, feinting, passing, crossing and shooting at the goal. Each chapter starts with clear theoretical principles that give the coach valuable information for effective and learning-intensive team and individual training.

€16.95*
Modern Youth Training - The complete guide to soccer for kids (Book)
Modern Youth Training - The complete guide to soccer for kids (Book)
Pages: 335 Official Soccer Coaching Book of the German Soccer Association with DFB coaches and educators Ralf Peter and Gerd Bode.  A new approach to children's soccer: Guidelines for practice, match play and player guidance Get Information about the German Soccer Education System Making your program age-appropriate This soccer book shows how youth coaches in Germany run soccer practice sessions and games for players between the ages of five and twelve. The comprehensive soccer training section provides: specific recommendations for attractive, child-oriented soccer exercises that build a solid athletic foundation, basic soccer techniques. With an abundance of age-appropriate small-sided soccer games and sample practice sessions, both indoor and outdoor, this book is a gold mine for every youth soccer coach! The book can also be used as a basis for continuing education. Children's soccer should be different from adult soccer PRACTICE Adult soccer is oriented toward performance and competition Children's soccer: new experiences, fun, learning soccer MATCH PLAY Adult soccer: game formation, tactics Children's soccer: free play without interference OBJECTIVES Adult soccer: championship, promotion Children's soccer: basis for lifelong enjoyment of sports SUCCESS Adult soccer: final score Children's soccer: positive experiences and learning for all children! COACH Adult soccer: judged by success (score) Children's soccer: judged by progress of all children To fully develop their creativity and enjoyment of the game, children have to have the freedom to try things out at practice, to play freely and without interference Table of Content - Modern Youth Soccer Soccer in today's world Methods and objectives Building Block 1: General movement training Building Block 2: Soccer-oriented movement training Building Block 3: Soccer-specific technique training Buiding Block 4: Playing soccer Matchplay Guidance PLAYING AND PRACTICING WITH FIVE· TO SIX·YEAR·OLDSGuidelinesBuilding Block 1: General movement trainingBuilding Block 2: Soccer-oriented movement training Building Block 3: Playing soccer Play sessions Play days PLAVING AND PRACTICING WITH SIX· TO EIGHT·VEAR·OLDSGuidelines Building Block 1: General movement training Building Block 2: Soccer-oriented movement training Building Block 3: Soccer-specific technique training Building Block 4: Playing soccer Practice sessions PRACTICING WITH EIGHT· TO 12-VEAR·OLDSGuidelines Building Block 1: General movement training Building Block 2: Soccer-oriented movement training Building Block 3: Soccer-specific technique training Building Block 4: Playing soccer Practice sessions ORGANIZING PRACTICE SESSIONSlntroduction Age-appropriate configurations lndoor training THE CHILDREN'S COACHQualifications  

€39.95*