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A great goalkeeper drill for two goalies

Shots from a close distance or one on one

Main One on one Anticipation Catching Movement Close distance Courage Imagination Perception Positioning Speed Self-esteem

Net
1 ×

Slalom Poles
2 ×

Balls
1 ×

The goalkeepers learn to adapt themselves to different situations and positions.

Pro-Tip by Peter Rasch

If the slalom pole net keeper bounces the ball and can't save it (Figure 1), he immediately has to attack the free ball. If he isn't fast enough, I'll be ready to take the rebound shot straight into the net – training is just half as much fun without me scoring a lot of goals.


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