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1.1Balance – the Key to Perfection with the Ball
1.3Practice: Proprioception and Balance Training
1.3.1Solo Drills with the Ball
1.3.2 Partner Drills with the Ball
1.3.3 Group Drills
1.3.4Tackles by an Opponent
1.4.1Basic Theory
1.4.2Learning to Juggle Drills for Beginners Drills for Advanced Players and Group Drills Competitions
a) Soccer tennis without a Net – 1v1
b) Soccer Circuit
a) Roll Up
b) Pincer
c) Heel Flick
d) Instep Flick
e) Maradona Flick
f) Kick Flick
2.1Basic Theory
2.2Practice: Drills Focusing on Ball Control
2.2.2Controlling Balls in the Air
3.1The Peter Schreiner System©
3.2Features of the Peter Schreiner System©
3.3Strengths of the Peter Schreiner System©
3.4Basic Theory
3.4.1Ball Control, Ball Driving, Dribbling and Feints
3.4.2A Good Dribbler Should
3.4.310 Basic Rules for a Good Dribbler
3.4.4Dribbling Is only Useful or Necessary When
3.4.5Learning to Dribble in the Peter Schreiner System©
3.5.1Basic Drills in Small Groups in Front
a) Dummy Step
b) Rivelino Trick
d) 270-degree turn with the inside of the foot
e) Matthews Trick – Opponent in Front
a) Opponent in Front in Pairs
•Matthews Trick
b) Opponent in Front in Groups of Four
c) Opponent in Front in groups of Six
d) Triangle with Center
e) Square with Center to the Side
a) 270-degree Turn Inward
b) 270-degree Turn Outward
c) Drag-back with the Sole of the Foot – Opponent from the Side
a) Circle with center
b) Attacks in a triangle
c) Attack from the side
3.5.2Large Group Training Theory Eight Dribbling
3.5.3Opponent from Behind Moves with the Opponent Behind
Possible moves with the opponent behind Drills with the Opponent Behind
a) Solo Drills
b) Partner Drills
c) Drills in groups of three
d) Goal-scoring Drills
3.5.4Use in Game Situations Turn in Tackles Situations on the Wing Situation on the Halfway Line
3.5.5Use in Small Competitions and Game Forms Playing Down the Line Playing Down the Line to Four Small Goals in Doubled Penalty Area
4.2Drills for Beginners
4.2.1Partner Drill 1 (with Ball)
4.2.2Partner Drill 2 (with Two Balls)
4.2.3Infinite Passing in a Square (Groups of Five)
4.2.4Passing in a Triangle
4.3.4Direct Pass in a Diamond – One-Two
4.3.5Zigzag Passing Game
4.4.1Odd-sided Passing Basic Drill Game Shift 1 (4v2 + 2) Game Shift 2 (4v2 +1 +1) in a Rectangle
4.4.2Odd-sided Games with Neutral Players + 4 Neutral Players in the Corners
4.5Small Competitions
4.5.1Dribblers against Passers
4.5.2Passing around a Square
4.5.3Goal-pass Competition
5.2.1Crossing Circuit
5.2.2Crossing after Team Play with Partner
5.2.3Crossing under Time Pressure
5.2.4Crossing under Pressure from the Opponent on the Wing with Cross after Pass by Defender Cross under Pressure from Opponent
5.2.5Complex Crossing Drills Wing Play Training Play on the Wing
5.2.6Crossing in Game Forms with Alternating Cross Players with Wing Zones with Taboo Zone
6.1Basic Theory
•goal shooting technique training
6.1.1Goal shooting technique training
6.1.2Game-specific Goal Shooting Training
6.1.3Learning Systematically How to Shoot at the Goal
6.2.1Learning Stage 1: Basic Drills for Beginners at the Goal after Taking Possession of the Ball at the Goal after Diagonal Pass with Ball Control at the Goal after Square Pass with Ball Control at the Goal after Back Pass with Ball Control at the Goal after Long Ball with Ball Control and Shot after Taking the Ball to the Side
6.2.2Learning Stage 2: Basic Drills for Advanced Players Drill – Solo Run at Goal Shot at the Goal after Long Ball into Player’s Path Turn and Shot after Pass
6.2.3Learning Stage 3: Double Action Action 1 Action 2
6.2.4Learning Stage 4: Complex Drills Pass in Square with Shot at the Goal (1) Pass in Square with Shot at the Goal (2) with Shot at the Goal
6.2.5Learning Stage 5: Shot at the Goal after High Ball Drill: Drop Kick and Frontal Volley Turn Shot at the Goal from Thrown Ball (with Foot or Head) at the Goal from High Ball
6.2.6Learning Stage 6: Shot at the Goal after Tackle at the Goal after Tackle (1) at the Goal after Tackle (2) at the Goal after Tackle (3)
6.2.7Learning Stage 7: Shot at the Goal under Time Pressure Kicking Balls Off Cones Sequence with Shot at the Goal + 1 from Behind + 2 from Behind
6.2.8Learning Stage 8: Game Forms with 1 Goal Goal Scoring Game with Long-range Shots + 4 Pass Receivers with One Goal
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Soccer Perfect Ball Control

Soccer Perfect Ball Control

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