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- Improving Your Team's Possession Play Soccer Book
- Learn the power of possession
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Every coach wants his/her team to keep the ball. Every weekend you can hear coaches begging their team to, "Keep Possession!" and "Don't Give the Ball Away!" This book will help you teach your team to retain more possession and turn that possession into scoring opportunities. Improving Your Team's Possession Play will show you how to create practices that will train your players to support the player on the ball and create passing opportunities with the appropriate movement. The book is divided into five sections: Concepts, Explanations, Exercises that Teach the Concepts, How Runs in the Match Reshape Left/Right/Split Support and Why Training is done with 5 v 5 or Larger Small-Sided Games.
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