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Soccer Dribbling

Soccer Dribbling

How to dribble a soccer ball Dribbling in soccer is done with the inside, outside and the sole of the foot. Decent players can run with the ball and change direction while keeping it under control. To accelerate, don't kick the ball farther away from you...

Skills and Tips from Zidane

Zidane describes some of his moves and talks about players that he admires. "[Heading is] not a question of height, there are smaller players that are going to have an incredible sense of timing who are going to jump at the right moment... I...

Dribbling Moves

In this video tutorial, we are going to look at several dribbling moves that are often used in competitive soccer. You will also see how to practice each move so you can incorporate it in your own arsenal of tricks. Basic moves Matthews move...

Quiz: What Type of Dribbler Are You?

This 24-question quiz will try to analyze what type of dribbler you are and where you best fit on the field. Remember, this is an assessment of your ability, not a test of your knowledge. Check each sentence that reflects the way you play: In s...

Dribbling and 1v1

How to dribble with the ball Dribbling into space When you have the ball and there is open space in front of you, take it! By dribbling into space, you are drawing defenders out of position and opening up the game. Dribbling across the field often cre...

Soccer Questions and Answers

Playing in games How to win in 1v1 Beating your opponent in 1v1 requires good reflexes and patience. When dribbling, you should always be the closest person to the ball. Therefore, when the defender tackles, you will be able to contact the ball befo...

Dribbling Around Cones

Slalom Start at one end of the cones and slalom through as quickly as you can. Use both feet to push the ball inside and out. To go faster don't push the ball farther away from your body, instead focus on moving your feet more quickly. Same fo...

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