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 Your Soccer Team Skills and Uniform 
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Your Soccer Team Skills and Uniform
by: webmaster socceruniform




Do you play Soccer? Or do you have a team? I think most of the guys around, love to play soccer and love to be the part of soccer team of their school, college, university or even of their area or community. The Most attractive part of soccer is to select the soccer gear, which contain Soccer Ball, Soccer Uniforms, Shits, kits, soccer jerseys and others stuffs. Kids love to play soccer as they want to be the icon of Soccer in future and want to wear what a Soccer start wear and how they play is the reflection of any Soccer Icon. Soccer is a game which is equally famous among all age groups and in all ages. Consequently, Women Soccer Uniform, Youth Soccer Uniform and kids soccer uniform is likewise popular by all. For practising soccer people go to academies and coaching centres and pay huge amount to learn how to play soccer and learn the most famous tactics that are used my famous players of soccer.

Let me tell your some thing about how you can build the team work. Soccer players need a lot of different skills, and it does not matter for most of these skills whether you teach Skill A or Skill B first. However, there are some skills that are absolute "must-haves" for any player- and are so important that you probably will want to teach them first.

These are basic ball-holding skills (receiving and shielding); basic ball-stealing skills (defence); and basic take-on skills (attacking). Most kids naturally seem to have a few basic defensive skills, even if they were never formally taught. The other two areas require instruction to accomplish with even minimal competency, so there is a good argument to start first with ball-holding skills; move next to take-on skills; and then to get to ball-stealing skills.

Now let me explain you some of the above skills. Why ball-holding before take-on? Simple. Once you get possession, the other side is going to try to take the ball back. If you can hang onto the ball under pressure, you'll have time to make better decisions (including finding an open teammate to pass the ball to). Now how you can practice this: Start with two equal-sized players with a single ball in a grid about 3-yards square and have them work on holding the ball by using simple rolls, pullbacks and other touches to shield the ball. If you teach your players ANYTHING, teach them the skills to keep possession. Once they realize that they have the skills to keep an opponent from stealing the ball, they will gain the confidence to lift their heads up and find another player to pass off to. Before they gain this confidence, you can expect terrible passing simply because they will get flustered at the first hint of pressure (and might even "feel" panicked at pressure which is 10-20 yards away). Until your players can hold a ball 1v1 in a grid about 10 feet by 10 feet for a count of around 7-8, they are not going to have enough confidence to do very well on the field. What these coaches don't realize is that a player only needs to know about 3 basic moves to be able to dribble very successfully--and that virtually all top-notch players use these same 3 moves about 90% of the time when they are dribbling the ball. Any one wants to learn these three Skills. Let me explain here. The moves are the check (a/k/a "magic hop" in some Vogelsinger videos); the simple cut/explosion using the outside of the dribble foot; and the chop (cut with the inside of the foot). If they can master these three moves, and learn the standard, straight-ahead dribbling technique (i.e. knee over the ball; front of dribble foot pulls the ball along so it stays on/near the foot at all times), they can learn to beat a reasonable number of defenders especially if those defenders are coming in at speed.

I hope this will give an idea about some skills that are most important to learn soccer. If you want to purchase some replica Soccer uniforms or want to costomize soccer uniforms you can contact at 1-866-856-1679 or visit http://ww.mysocceruniform.com.

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About The Author
Author is well versed writer of many sports articles. Author's favorite sports is Soccer. He wants to give some tips and training through his writings to youth. He is a good researcher in finding the strengths and the reasons of success of different teams.

He has a business of Soccer Uniforms and wants to realize that a soccer fan can show his loyalty to his team by wearing soccer uniforms and especially Soccer Jerseys facilitating every soccer lover including Women Soccer Uniform and Youth Soccer Uniform.

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