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Football Attack! 80 Shooting & Finishing Drills PDF

Football Attack! 80 Shooting & Finishing Drills PDF

At its heart, football is a simple game. The difference between winning and losing comes down to your team’s ability to score more goals than your opponents.

Everybody loves to watch attacking football; club sides like Arsenal and Manchester United and international teams like Brazil and Holland are followed by millions of people who do not necessarily support those teams, but who enjoy watching fast, incisive and attractive attacking football.

The thrill of scoring a goal and the feeling it gives you is very hard to describe. This is the same for a young player playing his first game, or a veteran on a Sunday park pitch, as it is for a top professional in the World Cup final.

However, one thing is for sure, once you score that first goal, you are immediately in love with the game and the feeling of scoring a goal.

This book aims to increase your team’s chances of creating and converting goal scoring opportunities.

The drills aim to build confidence in possession of the ball and enhance your player’s understanding of when, where and what to do in the final 3rd of the pitch.

The drills are designed to allow maximum time in contact with a ball and include lots of variation on movement and choice of action by the players. As a coach you can modify the drills and add your own rules that fall into line with your own tactics and vision of how you would like your team to play.

Often the best attacking play is instinctive and “off the cuff”; however, in your training sessions you must be able to show the players all the possibilities that are open to them when attacking. Once you have opened up your players awareness, then they will be more flexible and creative in game situations. This in turn will lead to more goal scoring chances being created.

This book is divided into three key areas of training:

1 – Unopposed build up and combination play

2 – Opposed drills

3 – Small-Sided Games

As we go through the book, we will describe why each area is so important in creating the building blocks of training and learning.

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