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This drill is included in the following Training Programme

How do I train the first contact with my goalkeepers?

Pole goal double pass with 1 on 1 hunt

Main One on one Anticipation Catching Close distance Courage Decision making Perseverance Imagination Sweeping Perception Positioning Speed Self-esteem

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Slalom Poles
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The goalkeepers learn to adjust their position before the goal shot from close range.

Pro-Tip by Roland Rasch

Close range shots are the focus of this training session. Avoid a "pass competition" and demand quick decisions from the defender. Alternatively, he should put pressure on the attacker after the first pass.

This drill is included in the following Training Programme

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Goalkeeping School Peter Rasch, Hannover 96

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