The goalkeeper trains his reaction and his no-compromise ball attack.
Pro-Tip by Peter Rasch
Pay attention to the sun and shadows that may shed on the ground. As soon as there is a a shadow, your goalkeeper will try to speculate and cheat. You could turn everyone around, but then your keeper would look into the sun. My favourite, as you may have guessed, is to feint the throw and provoke a false start by the keeper.
With passion and attention to detail, we've transfered our best drills into a unique and world-class set of training programmes designed to help experienced goalkeeper coaches and ambitious club coaches.
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.