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Transition and Possession

with Dan Donigan,

St. Louis University Head Men's Soccer Coach

In this DVD Dan Donigan presents transitions and possession. Eight transition areas are covered throughout this presentation, including offensive and defensive transition, activities, purpose and using the goalkeeper. Coach Donigan feels that a transition occurs all over the field, all the time, so players must be aware and ready to react. Other important keys are tactical awareness, support around the ball, number of passes and spacing of players. In a series of transition clips, each element of transition is highlighted. Donigan details many drills with the purpose of simulating game situations, helping players see the big picture and developing habits and instincts. As an added bonus, Donigan also discusses his philosophy on training goalkeepers.

67 minutes. 2006.


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Rules of the Game: Coaches and other officials must remain within the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a trainer or doctor entering the field of play, with the referee’s permission, to assess an injured player. Rules of the Game: Coaches and other officials must remain within the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a trainer or doctor entering the field of play, with the referee’s permission, to assess an injured player. FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) was founded in Paris on May 21, 1904. The U.S. Women's National Team went 51 games without a loss between 2004 and 2007. More than 90,000 people filled the Rose Bowl to watch the United States defeat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup final.