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Quick feet for a goalkeeper

Combining cross- and sidesteps

Main Catching Movement Coordination Positioning Speed

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Small Bars
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Not always is lateral shuffling using sidesteps the best choice in a hectic game situation. To be really quick the keepers' coordinative repertoire must include cross steps.

Pro-Tip by Peter Rasch

The most important part is the first cross-step. In a game situation, there often isn't enough time to chain multiple sidesteps to reach the ball. Teach them to use the cross-step.

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