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How can I train the reaction and speed of my goalkeepers?

[safehands on tour] Goal line passes into the backfield with the reaction wall

Main Anticipation Catching Mobility Movement Close distance Imagination Perception Positioning Speed

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Reaction wall
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The goalkeepers learn to save balls that they recognize late. In addition to a quick reaction, the speed of action and the speed of movement is also improved.

Pro-Tip by Roland Rasch

I also like to place another goalkeeper behind the reaction wall and have him be the target for a crossing. So the goalkeeper – who is now a "striker" – can also roll the ball off or throw it over the reaction plan.

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Peter Rasch
Goalkeeping School Peter Rasch, Hannover 96

Training goalkeepers has to be fun and there has to be a high level of energy! With me, there is always action. Fun, ambition and discipline in goalkeeper training – that's my philosophy.

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