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This 3 DVD set from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America is a comprehensive look at the techniques and tactics of goalkeeping and covers how to teach and coach both young and experienced Goalkeepers.

Disc 1: The Foundation - Techniques and Topics

Disc 2: Advanced Techniques and Topics

Disc 3: Goalkeeper Training Methods and Set Pieces

Topics covered are Foundations of Handling; Advanced Handling; Dealing with Breakaways; Winning the space behind the defense; getting back to the bar. Also included are topics such as angle play and overall goalkeeper positioning; effective communication; goalkeeper footwork; proper warm-up; set pieces and games for the coach to use with their entire team to train their goalkeeper.

Over 234 minutes


Este juego de 3 DVDs de la National Soccer Coaches Association of America ofrece una mirada integral a las técnicas y tácticas para entrenar porteros, tanto jóvenes como experimentados.

Disco 1: lo básico – técnicas y tópicos

Disco 2: técnicas y tópicos av

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