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what skills are needed in football

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* Passing * Dribbling * Awareness * Balance * Shooting * Header * Crossing * Technique * Control (touch i.e. chest) * Positioning Shooting - Start by taking penalties against the keeper - Take a few steps back from the penalty spot, you will get laid off and the bal will be passed across the penalty spot, when the ball reaches the penalty spot you shoot. - You are now outside the area, the same thing is going to be applied but you are at a further distance from the goal. - You will stand around the edge of the area (around the D), the ball will be thrown to you around knee height, hit the ball on the volley towards the goal, this will work on accuracy, timing and power. ...read more.

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walking pace, when 2 is called out you will dribble with the ball but at a jogging pace and when 3 is called out you will dribble with the ball but at a sprinting/running pace. You will be going through the cones at these three different paces. - You are dribbling with the ball at a reasonable pace, you will hear the word "shoot" when this word is called out you will do a fake shoot and carry on dribbling, the fake shoot is a change in direction at the last minute of the fake shoot, this is one of the skills which is useful for getting past a defender. Passing - Stand 5 - 10 meters away from each other. ...read more.

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You will header the ball back into the throwers hand. - The distance will gradually get bigger the more confident you feel. - You will stand around 5 meters away from the thrower who is opposite you, he will throw the ball at you, as soon as you've hit the ball you will jump 180� and then jump back. Once you jump back the ball will be close to reaching you're your head. This works on your reaction. - Get both feet off the ground, and a jump towards the football. You should be almost horizontal as you head the ball, using your forehead as always. Generally, take off is from only one foot, because the diving header is usually attempted on the run. This will make you more versatile and more likely to reach the ball first. ?? ?? ?? ?? Henry Masih 10KDO P.E Theory coursework ...read more.

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