How To Train Advanced Players

[title color="red-vibrant" align="scmgccenter" font="arial" style="normal" size="scmgc-4em"]This advanced soccer coaching program of 6 eBooks and 10 videos will give your players that extra 5-10% they need to develop them from being a ‘talented’ player to an ‘elite’ player[/title]

 

The Complete Guide to Coaching Advanced Players’ by Canadian U18 National Team Coach, Rob Gale is a soccer training course specially designed to give players the extra challenge they need to take their skills to an advanced level.

If you coach a college, high school or competitive club team, this package of 10 videos and 6 eBook is tailor made for you.  It will show you drills that will not only take your players to the next level, but will motivate them during your training sessions.

Check out the video below on 1v1 situations, which is just one of the 10-part video series.  And click here for more info on what is covered in The Complete Guide to Coaching Advanced Players’ by Canadian U18 National Team Coach, Rob Gale.

 

 

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6 Responses to “How To Train Advanced Players”

  1. Thanks for sending me Video coaching 1v1, I’ve just started coaching an U13s team at this wil be very helpful many thanks

    Ricardo Lee Smith Nugget F.C U13s coach

    • Wayne says:

      response to Lance – using small goals develops accuracy. Shooting full on at a large goal, while building confidence in the shooter, doesn’t do anything for accuracy nor does it develop any sense of how much power – or finesse – to put into a shot. I’ve seen far too many players who simply blast away at the larger goal and either miss the net entirely or nail the keeper – which is often the last thing they see when firing with full power at the net. By using a small goal a player develops the ability to pinpoint their shot and the need to take something off the shot allows players to see they don’t alway need to hammer it home and that in some situations a well placed, decent paced ball is superior.

  2. Lance says:

    Why use small goals? I would think that players shooting at small goals indirectly trains them that they have a smaller target; hence, during real matches, they are placing shots closer to the goalies.

    • Wayne says:

      response to Lance – using small goals develops accuracy. Shooting full on at a large goal, while building confidence in the shooter, doesn’t do anything for accuracy nor does it develop any sense of how much power – or finesse – to put into a shot. I’ve seen far too many players who simply blast away at the larger goal and either miss the net entirely or nail the keeper – which is often the last thing they see when firing with full power at the net. By using a small goal a player develops the ability to pinpoint their shot and the need to take something off the shot allows players to see they don’t alway need to hammer it home and that in some situations a well placed, decent paced ball is superior.

  3. andrewlouis says:

    hi thank for send me like this video …. it is Vere nice i will do with my boy’s it is vere good drill i want more like this video’s please send me like shooting drill video and some fun game video for my boy’s U16 to warm up for my boy’s before i start the drill 2v3 3v3 4v4 video’s like 1v1 that u had send to me…i want like 2v3 3v3 4v4 with shooting drill.. ok have a nice day…. thank U…

  4. robert says:

    i remember doing this makes a player aggressive and to have confidence on one vs one concentration, and this how a coach knows his players ability and skills,

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