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Putting the ball in the back of the net; to the casual spectator this might appear to be luck, but coaches and players know better. It is the end result training. In this DVD set, the role of the goal scorer is well defined and coaching tips and drills will help all would-be goal scorers develop their potential. 90 minutes

Disc 1 presents the four realms the goalscorer must master: the technical, the tactical, the physical and the psychological. Examples are shown in order that the student can understand what he or she needs to exhibit in order to experience soccer at the highest level.

Disc 2 presents a daily program, complete with professional examples and graphics, which the student will undertake with a trainer, friend or parent in order to realize their potential. Goalscoring games are also provided to compliment team development.

Release Date: March 1, 2004

Format: Color, Digital Sound, Full Screen, NTSC


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