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Title 65 Goalkeeper Training Exercises
Author Andy Elleray
Publisher
Release 2017-02-14
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Total Pages
ISBN 9781910773444
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Games-based training is about using games and activities drawn from football, selected sports, physical education, sports science, and other spheres, to help progress goalkeepers with the skills they will really need in competitive match situations.

Title 65 Goalkeeper Training Exercises
Author
Publisher
Release 2017
Category
Total Pages
ISBN 9781910773475
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football
Author Andy Elleray
Publisher Oakamoor Publishing
Release 2021-10-25
Category
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781910773802
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Goalkeeping training in football has long utilised a drill-based approach, often with a major technical focus. But there is an alternative approach; one that centres around specially-designed games that enhance and mould key goalkeeping characteristics. The Games-Based methodology looks to complement the traditional goalkeeper coaching pathway, and the ideas behind it have stemmed from observations around goalkeepers who are technically and physically proficient, but who lack the decision-making capabilities to transfer their 'drill-based' proficiency to the game as a whole. The new approach aims to foster goalkeepers who not only make better decisions, but who are able to become more tactically adaptable, psychologically robust, and socially aware of working with others and how they can affect their team in a positive way. In this full-colour book, containing 45 illustrated training exercises, goalkeepers will work on areas of their game relevant to their position - without them even knowing it - as they are made to think quickly and do what comes naturally to them. They will learn to cope with new and challenging situations in these games and often how to work in a team to win points or solve a problem. Much of games-based goalkeeper training is designed for coaches who have a large group of goalkeepers to work with. With large numbers, it is tough to do small technical practices in goals because of space constraints and having so many goalkeepers not working. Before You Buy - Note: This is an updated and revised version of "65 Goalkeeper Training Exercises: Modern Games-Based Soccer Drills for Shot Stopping, Footwork, Distribution, and More". As such, large parts of each books' content overlap each another. About the Author. Andy Elleray holds the prestigious UEFA A Goalkeeping and Advanced Youth Award Goalkeeping Coaching Licenses. He also has a Master's degree in Sports Coaching. This is Andy's eighth goalkeeping book and is the latest instalment in the 'Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football' series.

Title Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football
Author Andy Elleray
Publisher Oakamoor Publishing
Release 2021-04-30
Category
Total Pages 108
ISBN 9781910773796
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Have you ever wanted to take up goalkeeping? Would you like to understand the position better? Do you want to support a goalkeeper on their football journey? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then this fantastic new publication from goalkeeping specialist Andy Elleray is for you. Like any sport, the basic foundations of any physical or technical action in goalkeeping are fundamental to performance. Without the basics, it's impossible to expand a player's game in terms of more advanced techniques. This book investigates the common types of saves, movements, and actions that the goalkeeper can - and is expected - to perform. Goalkeeping in football is made up of many techniques, both with and without the ball. In "Goalkeeping Basics", author Andy Elleray goes through a wide selection of common techniques and strips them right back to their fundamentals, what they look like, and how they can be properly learned and enhanced. Accompanied by photo examples, plus a series of practices designed to work specifically on certain saves and situations, this colour book will illustrate and consolidate the key aspects behind goalkeeping in football. About the Author. Andy Elleray is a goalkeeping specialist and holds the UEFA A Goalkeeping License, as well as the Advanced Youth Award Goalkeeping License. He is also the author of Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football (1st and 2nd editions), Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football: Age-Specific Goalkeeper Development, 101 Goalkeeper Training Practices, 65 Goalkeeper Training Exercises, and 50 More Goalkeeping Training Exercises. This is Andy's seventh goalkeeping book.

Title HANDBALL GOALKEEPER TRAINING
Author ERDAL KAYNAK
Publisher ERDAL KAYNAK
Release 2019-05-15
Category
Total Pages 120
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A very good goalkeeper makes a good team as a perfect team. Handball goalkeeper plays in a team but he is totaly a team itself. As a matter of fact, the game takes place in the form of a duel between the shooter and the goalkeeper. Every duel with the shooter is a new test and a new challenge. The task of the players is to help the goalkeeper as much as possible in this duel. The aim of the whole team is to block the opponent's shots. The only goal of the goalkeeper is to block the opponent's shots. All coaches agree that the most important player in the team is the goalkeeper. But they don't have enough time to train them. I hope this situation will be changed. However, whether or not we give good training, there will absolutely no changing in the role of goalkeepers, in the game. Their success or failure will certainly affect the result of the game. Although he is a member of the team, we need to know that the process of training of goalkeepers who have a different responsibility is a very difficult and never-ending process. A goalkeeper may be the best in the world in his 20s, while he must have a very good education until he is in his 30s to be the best in the world. I will try to convey my experiences to train or prepare a good goalkeeper in this book. It is very really cool to be a goalkeeper. Let's make sure that our goalkeepers enjoy this job.

Goalkeeper Training Manual by Lorenzo Dilorio

Title Goalkeeper Training Manual
Author Lorenzo Dilorio
Publisher Reedswain Inc.
Release 2005-04
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 156
ISBN 9781591640820
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a complete handbook dealing with the basic principles of goal-keeping technique and the planning of training sessions; it also includes a large number of exercises to help coaches train their keepers to identify and correct the most common mistakes.

German Soccer Passing Drills by Peter Hyballa

Title German Soccer Passing Drills
Author Peter Hyballa
Publisher Meyer & Meyer Verlag
Release 2015-08-15
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 300
ISBN 1782550488
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Train like the World Champions! Over the past few years, a new trend has become ever more prominent in the soccer world: passing often, fast, and including all players in the game. Combining this with their own personal style, we have seen teams reach new heights of success from FC Barcelona to Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund and, most recently, the German National Team at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. But what does it take to learn this ‘art’ of passing? What are the methodological and technical requirements for becoming the new Schweinsteiger, Messi, or Neuer? In this book, the only of its kind, two German League certified coaches have created the ultimate guide to passing. Using the “Hyballa-te Poel-Passing-Puzzle,” they present every type of pass there is in modern soccer, with lots of drills for each type. From the goalkeeper to the center forward, everyone can learn passing with these exercises.

Title Soccer Training for Goalkeepers
Author Klaus Bischops
Publisher Meyer & Meyer Verlag
Release 2006-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 165
ISBN 1841261866
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the last few years, there is no other position on the soccer field that has seen so many deep-rootedc hanges as seen in goalkeeping. Good reflexes on the goal line and superb control of the penalty zone by the goalkeeper used to be the main characteristics of this position. Nowadays, however, additional skills are demanded because, in the new role of the goalkeeper, he must have good ball skills and he must be in a position to be able to 'read' the game and put structure into the play from the rear. This new function of the goalkeeper requires a further development of the training emphasis.

The Soccer Goalkeeper by Joe Luxbacher

Title The Soccer Goalkeeper
Author Joe Luxbacher
Publisher Human Kinetics Publishers
Release 1993
Category Soccer
Total Pages 164
ISBN 9780873223973
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fitness-skills-tactics-drills.

Winning Soccer for Girls by Deborah Crisfield

Title Winning Soccer for Girls
Author Deborah Crisfield
Publisher Infobase Publishing
Release 2009-09-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 164
ISBN 0816077142
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Explains the history and rules of the sport, basic skills, offense and defense, passing and receiving, and goalkeeping, and offers a plan to improve physical conditioning for soccer.

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