Improving Tactical Awarness

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Improving Tactical Awarness

Post by upandcoming » 24 Jul 2005, 02:02

Other then watching matches and playing in game situations what are ways to improve your tatical awarness like when you watch the pros every times as soon as they get the ball they know where to put it i'm not bad at this but once in a while i dont move the ball quick enough and to be a top player you have to always be able to move it quickly so any help would be greatly appreciated

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Post by fir_nev » 24 Jul 2005, 03:53

Before U receive the ball, it helps if U can just look up and pick out few teammates in threatening positions. As the ball comes to U, U will have to decide who to pass to within that millisecond.
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Post by jdefoe » 24 Jul 2005, 16:02

to expand on what firnev said, basically you must know where your teammates are by scanning the field every couple of seconds. First, just find the teammates that are positioned the closest to you, and when you get the ball, practice picking them out. As you get more proficient, try to find the teammates the most dangerously positioned, and try to put the ball on their foot. Thats what separates the good players from the great players.

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Post by fir_nev » 25 Jul 2005, 01:43

Thanks for elaborating it jdefoe...

I couldn't be bothered to stare at the monitor for too long.. It's hurting my eyes.
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Post by mrbeankid22 » 31 Jul 2005, 16:33

Its also good to have good field vision and have players (teamates) shout for the ball to let you know where they are without having to look for them. Also look for through balls.

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nice posts

Post by erivera » 02 Aug 2005, 02:37

how do u suggest practicing getting this done. What can i do in practices to build up awareness?

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Post by fir_nev » 03 Aug 2005, 04:07

Alot of recreational games can help with Ur development.

That's how I developed.
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Post by frizzyan » 04 Aug 2005, 16:03

ive made this a sticky because upandcoming posted a really great question.

I hope nobody complains about this. '_'

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Post by pive valderrama » 09 Aug 2005, 02:11

indeed
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Post by *~El Maestro~* » 02 Sep 2005, 19:40

what's the difference between a sticky and a normal post?

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Post by fir_nev » 03 Sep 2005, 00:13

Sticky will always be 'up there' because it's like the most referred topic.
Normal thread will go down as new threads are posted.
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Post by *~El Maestro~* » 16 Sep 2005, 20:31

muchas gracias

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Post by Christopher » 16 Sep 2005, 22:30

It really helps me if I talk alot out on the feild to my teammates. Talking helps me develop a connection between me and that person. That connection will help me to be more aware of that person, and where they are. I'm always talking to people I'm asking for drops or runs or passes or something. I'm not perfect, but this is the best advice I can offer. GoodLuck

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Post by Shep » 22 Sep 2005, 21:29

All I add to the previous good suggestions is listen to your teamates. When they say through or let it run just let it go. When you listen to them they will listen to you and you will connect. This is basically what the guy above me said but w/e.

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Post by fir_nev » 23 Sep 2005, 10:04

sometimes, Ur teammates' body language can tell U when to move. This can only be achieved if U have a great communication with him.
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