So, how often do you practice set plays? Don’t worry, we’re not pointing any fingers—we know how hard it is when you only have two practices a week. And which set plays are you supposed to work on, anyway? We’ll help you answer that question in this article. We’ll also give you tips on how to organize your set play training, and we’ll teach you some basic rules to follow in match play.
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As time seems to move faster and faster, so does the speed of play in the game of soccer. To play at that pace, receivers have to be able to instantly control the ball and take it in another direction. Luckily, Success in Soccer has got your back! Part 4 of our series on customized technique training delivers plenty of exercises to improve your players’ ability to receive and control the ball.
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