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by: Andre Botelho




I am sure you would agree with me, that dribbling of a soccer ball is the most amazing aspect of any soccer game, performed during free soccer drills. The fundamental mistake that players make during dribbling of a soccer ball is that they forget the environment and solely focus on the ball.

Over a period of time, a drill to learn how to dribble a soccer ball has been identified as the easiest and a fun drill which is being taught in the soccer practice. The players are taught how to seek out for space and utilize it to the maximum.

One of the many challenges for coaches of young soccer players is making them aware of what is happening around them while they've got the ball at their feet.

Apart from teaching the valuable skill of making the players to raise their head up while dribbling the soccer ball, the drill is also a lot of fun.

This drill makes the player to get a feel of the ball and the space around it so that they can use the space rather mundane soccer exercises which makes the player go around the cones.

1.Initially mark out a square of size 20 by 20 yards (the age and number of players determine the size of the square).

2. Then position half of the players on one side of the square with a ball each. The one half of the players are called as attackers.

3.The other half of the players should spread out and cover the square. To distinguish this half of the players from the other half, they are called as Crab.

4.After the crabs had sat down, they would protect themselves with their hands. To walk around the players are allowed to use their hands and feet only.

Apart from teaching a lot of important tricks these free soccer drills can be a lot of fun.

Upon the coaches’ whistle, all the players dribble the ball to the opposite side and stop the ball on the line opposed to them. The Crabs are renamed as attackers when they attack the attackers. The winner is determined when only one attacker is left and the game is concluded.

In soccer coaching, the best part is that the Crabs will also learn the importance of teamwork to refuse attackers any space, and take the ball away from them, so it really becomes a win-win situation!

The most effective way in teaching the young soccer players to dribble the ball with their heads up and to cross the defenders without bumping into each other.

The final inference is every player has the ability to be more alert, to react quickly and to run faster. The young players will accelerate better and make decision faster upon taking these free soccer drills.

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