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This one-of-a-kind book shows every goalkeeper training session, practice and drill of the New England Revolution conducted by assistant/goalkeeper coach John Murphy from their 2002 season when they reached the MLS Cup Championship game. Inside you will find observations of nine months of training sessions accompanied with easy-to-read diagrams of every drill and exercise. Also included is a 12-month calendar showing the various levels and intensity of the training depending on the stage of the season, time of year, etc. As well as the GK sessions, there are many "team" training sessions conducted by Liverpool legend and Rev's Head Coach, Steve Nicol where the goalkeepers are an integral part of the teams' sessions. This is a great opportunity to learn from John Murphy, one of the MLS's most respected goalkeeper coaches.


Demuestra cada sesión, práctica y taladro del entrenamiento del portero del New England Revolution conducido por el entrenador John Murphy a partir de su estación 2002 en que alcanzaron el juego de MLS Cup Championship. Fácil de leer diagramas de cada tala

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