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Soccer Drills to improve dribbling
Soccer Drills to improve dribbling

When I was a young kid in London, the first professional game I ever saw was Fulham v Man Utd at Craven cottage. In those days the kids got passed down to the front of the crowd and I ended up pressed against the perimeter fence, literally  a yard from the pitch. That was the first time I fell in love. The object of my love, was a skinny lad playing for Man Utd, he had unbelievable dribbling skills. could turn on a sixpence, beat players for fun. Stop in a second and then accelerate like a Ferrari. He was the best dribbler I have ever seen. His name - George Best.

Football Drills to improve dribbling

When I was a young kid in London, the first professional game I ever saw was Fulham v Man Utd at Craven cottage. In those days the kids got passed down to the front of the crowd and I ended up pressed against the perimeter fence, literally  a yard from the pitch. That was the first time I fell in love. The object of my love, was a skinny lad playing for Man Utd, he had unbelievable dribbling skills. could turn on a sixpence, beat players for fun. Stop in a second and then accelerate like a Ferrari. He was the best dribbler I have ever seen. His name - George Best.

Supporting the development of creativity in your youth team

With such a spotlight on the world’s most talented players, names like Ronaldo and Messi have become known in almost every household. It’s understandable why your youth players will try their hardest to imitate this high level of skill and creativity, sometimes aiming to win a game single-handedly. What is said for those who get outshone? Are we preventing all members of the team from realising their creative potential?