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Item #7090DVD
  1. For Safe Keeping
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For Safe Keeping

The two DVD set is designed especially for team coaches and goalkeepers. The practices are demonstrated by a beginner, an intermediate and an advanced goalkeeper, and show the 10 Key Principles of Goalkeeping. Frequent use of world-class professional players gives a clear and exciting dimension to the videos, and two high caliber U18 teams bring the team practices alive. This highly recommended series will help coaches to coach goalkeepers and goalkeepers to coach themselves. (172 min.)

Disc one covers:

-The 10 Key Principles of Goalkeeping

-Practices for Goalkeeper with a friend

-Practices run by a team coach with one or two goalkeepers

-Video analysis of pro keepers getting it right -- and wrong!

-How to maximize positonal play

-Starting positions

Disc two covers:

-Team Goalkeeping

-Dealing with Cross Balls

-The role of the Sweeper/Keeper

-Through Balls

-Dealing with the Back Pass

-The Tactical Role of the Keeper

-Team Games to develop Field Players and Goalkeepers

-The role of the Keeper at Set Plays

Release Date: September 1, 2004

Format: Color, Digital Sound, Full Screen, NTSC


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