The fundamentals of playing soccer
Soccer is the biggest sport around the world today. There are many young players around the world trying to become one of the best. Even though the professional soccer players such as Landon Donovan and Mia Hamm are really good, even they learned the tricks and fundamental of soccer. Fundamentals are very important because it makes the player sharpens their nimble footwork. There are many fundamentals of soccer, but there are three main fundamentals: the first is ball control, dribbling, and passing.
The first fundamental is ball control. This fundamental is important because if an inexperienced player has a weakness for controlling the ball, that is not a good thing. This is not a good thing because the player will not be able to pass a ball and the steer the ball away from the opposing team. The ball will be in the opponent’s control if a defense or a mid-fielder does not have good ball control. So, this fundamental is very important so the player because he needs to fake out the opponent and pass the ball safely to another allied player.
The second fundamental that starting players need to know is dribbling. Dribbling is to many the essence of soccer, alongside goals. A dribble is magnificent but it doesn’t just hold entertainment value, since a successful dribble can give an advantage to for the attacking team. A good dribble can ruin the setup of the opposing team’s defense. There are several kinds of dribbles made with the inside, outside sole or back heel of your foot but many other dribbles involves more than just nimble footwork. They also involve body movement mechanic that allows the player to shift his weight quickly, to startle the defender. Also, never, ever dribble with your eyes on the ground. For example, if a player does a successful dribble and then puts his eyes on the ground, he might have another defender in his face and get the ball stolen from his feet.
The last fundamental that young players need...
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