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Small-sided and individual training during breaks in the season is key to player development. There are over 50 activities in this guide to help you keep your players on top of their game in and out of season.Download Now
Working in small groups is perfect to give players more touches of the ball and to bring out the creativity in individuals. In this section players work on all aspects of a game and their relationship to it.
Home alone? No problem, with the advice in this section to work on individual skills you can set your players with activities that make a complete player. For coaches and parents alike it is vital information for player development.
Parents and siblings come into their own in the holiday season and in this section you can find activities to work on in the back garden, the lounge … in fact anywhere you find yourself when you want your kids to keep active.
Individual techniques are the foundations of any player development practice – the player and his/her relationship with the ball are key to playing the game to the best of their ability. All the advice and activities in this section are working on game relevant techniques in the course of working alone.
The final chapter in our soccer skills guide is full of great games to play in backyards and gardens. Get friends and siblings to join in – even get parents to help out – and your kids will turn up at training fit and fully functioning.