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How do I train 1 on 1 situations with my goalkeepers realistically?

Goal shot or 1 vs. 1 duel over center line

Main One on one Anticipation Throwing Movement Close distance Coordination Courage Decision making Perseverance Imagination Perception Speed Self-esteem

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Marker Cones
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In addition to defending against shots from close range, the goalkeepers learn in this exercise to adjust to a 1 vs. 1 situation.

Pro-Tip by Peter Rasch

As a rule, a defender rushes to the rescue in 1 on 1 situations in competition. If the attacker now also feels pressure from the goalkeeper, because he has moved close, the attacker feels stress. This is the moment when the attacker becomes imprecise in the end.

If the goalkeeper does not move forward, so that the attacker does not feel the stress moment, a defense becomes difficult.

This drill is included in the following Training Programme

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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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