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  1. Winning Set Pieces
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Winning Set Pieces

with Randy Waldrum,

University of Notre Dame Head Women's Soccer Coach

2004 National Champs;

3X NCAA College Cup runners-up;

Seven time Conference Coach of the Year;

Seven time NSCAA Regional Coach of the Year;

Coached three National Players of the Year

Randy Waldrum, the highly-respected soccer tactician, has an attractive, attacking brand of soccer that has put him in an elite class of soccer coaches. In this DVD, he outlines his philosophy on set pieces. Set plays and situations are a vital key to the overall success of a soccer team. Using clips from his team and international play, he uses video to support his teaching in four areas: corner kicks, free kicks, the throw-in and penalty kicks. Each area is loaded with information on strategy, as well as key coaching points. In 2004, Waldrum coached the Irish to the National championship. That year his team scored 57 goals in 18 games - nearly 25% of those goals came from set pieces These plays can be adapted to be used at all levels.

51 minutes. 2006.


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