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Coaching Run-And-Shoot Football by Al Black

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Based upon these predicted times it would appear that if the goalkeeper waited until the ball was kicked before diving they would be too late to stop the shot. The rule change (brought in after 1996) allowed goalkeepers to move before the kick. At first glance, this would appear to be a reasonable attempt at improving the goalkeeper’s chance of saving the shot. However, results from our analysis led us to believe that the strategy of moving too early does not help the goalkeeper. 16 14:22 30 SOCCER ANALYTICS moving in the wrong direction the time taken to readjust and then move in the correct direction can exceed a full second in some instances.

The O player must reach the line target line before the X player scores. After either team has reached 5 goals, reverse roles with Os becoming attackers and Xs becoming defenders. .. Attackers are encouraged to change pace and direction frequently. No tackling by the O team. 16 14:22 DECISION MAKING 59 PRACTICE B .. One ball per two players. Area as in diagram 5 (10-by-10-meter grid). The practice begins with the defender O5 serving the ball into X9 and following in the service. .. Diagram 5 X9 has a time limit of 20 seconds in which to score.

X6 should be positioned such that a tackle for the ball can be made if O4 dribbles past X5 or immediate pressure can be applied to O4 to contain the forward movement into dangerous areas after dribbling past X5. X6 must be close enough to X5 so that O4 is faced with a 1-vs-2 situation. If X6 is too far away from X5, O4 is faced with two 1-vs1 situations and is therefore more likely to Diagram 6 dribble past both players. It is important that X5 is continually alerted to readjusting this covering position.

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