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September 25, 2016
Soccer Speed 7 – Game Action
This is the last article in our series of the seven speeds of soccer. It all culminates in the final component of soccer speed: Game Action Speed. It relies on.
September 11, 2016
This summer I coached my grandson’s U7 recreational team, watched my granddaughter’s U12 competitive practices and games, and attended some local games of various age groups. It gave me an.
September 5, 2016
Soccer Speed 6 – Action With Ball
Let’s recap the first five speeds of soccer we reviewed in earlier articles: Perception Anticipation Decision Making Reaction Movement Without Ball Notice that the first three speeds are mainly mental,.
August 28, 2016
Soccer Systems of Play
Something I observed watching Euro 2016 has carried into the beginning of the newly started European soccer seasons. It is commentators discussing a “new” formation, one with three central defenders.