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Individual Training Part 5: Conduccion

Timing is important here.

Previous post illustrates on how you can protect the ball against your opponent. Today, we’ll learn on how you can gain space by doing a simple trick on your opponent.

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Individual Training Part 4: Ball Protection

Applies body contact and ball control.

Previous post illustrates on how you can benefit from one-two passing movement on a futsal court. Today, we’ll learn on how you can control the ball while protecting it from an opponent.

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Individual Training Part 3: One-Two Movement

Pass and make a run.

Previous post illustrates on how you can feint your opponent to gain that invaluable space. Today, we’ll learn on how you can exploit the space with and without using the ball by following these 2 steps:

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Individual Training Part 2: Feint

Step 1: Feint as if you're going into one direction

Following up from Part 1 of Individual Training. In Part 2, we will learn on how to feint an opponent to gain some space.

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Individual Training Part 1 : Control Orientated

Step 1: Shield the ball using the sole part

The first part of futsal individual training series begins here.

 

 

 

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Football Analysis: A Draw in Top of the Table Clash

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English Premier League 2015-2016: Leicester City 1-1 Manchester United

 

Saturday night at the King Power stadium featured current English Premier League top of the table clash Leicester City against Manchester United.

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Futsal: What is it ?

A Brazilian futsal player

Futsal goes way back in 1989 in the Netherlands for the very first competitive World Cup held. Lately, futsal grows as a sport in England and Scotland in the form of five-a-side football, according to FIFA. The difference between futsal and five-a-side football is that futsal is on indoor surface whereas five-a-side football is on artificial grass surface. So, the focus of this post will be on futsal.

 

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Football Analysis: Crucial Win in a Thrilling Encounter

Martial celebrates

Who would’ve thought United would nicked a victory at St Mary’s.

 

 

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Training 101: How to Improve your Weaker Foot?

Both Feet Player

In football (soccer), being too dependent on a single stronger foot can be a major weakness, especially in situations that would require you to make use of your weaker foot, be it a shooting chance or a last gasp clearance. If you need to improve on your weaker foot quickly, then you might want to practice these soccer drills every day (or at least once every 2 days) for about a month and hopefully you’ll achieve the results. By then, your weaker foot should be able to cope with most high intensity soccer drills like shooting, passing, dribbling etc.

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Freestyle Soccer: Confused on where to start ?

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First of all, let’s start with a simple question, what is freestyle soccer ? Freestyle soccer is simply the style and ability to combine various soccer tricks in juggling and ground moves. It’s a new trend in soccer along with other types like five a side futsal and beach soccer. In a soccer context, freestyle is perceived as less significance to the modern game. However, freestyle soccer does improve a footballer’s ability to control the ball.

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