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Soccer practice

I’m not sure if you know this but in soccer practice, almost everyone feels that players are born with the physical capacity to play the game. Soccer performance of the players can be improved greatly by training them on many fitness mechanisms, even though the basic skill is inherent.

To come up with an efficient soccer training plan, first understand what the demands of the game are. There are many components that lay the fitness foundation for soccer. Swiftness, alertness, stamina, elasticity, power, and control are some of these.

These components can… Continue reading

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Soccer drills

Listen to what I say even if you don’t consent. Talking about soccer drills, the most important thing for the players is to have an understanding of the game for which they should be taught the basics first. This soccer training should always come first in the training schedule before moving on to the more problematical aspects of training or the right approach to play the game.

Since you are a soccer coach, the onus lies on you that the players start on a right note. For this reason, coach your players… Continue reading

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Soccer conditioning

In soccer conditioning, it sounds good that the concentration on workouts be changed on days following a competition. What you get as a result of it is a high quality endeavor in a match or exercise. The coaches prefer to remain uncertain in their approach, anytime they are nearing a competition.

When a tournament is approaching, it is best to employ a “less is more” approach to training. Carry on with the same amount of high intensity, however, cut down on number and duration of drills. It suggests an apt amount of… Continue reading

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One anniversary Liverpool fans will not be celebrating this summer will be the 20 years since their side last won a league title, a long wait that not only frustrates supporters but must dent any team’s claim to be more than also-rans.

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FIFA News

While both Group B favourites at the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 successfully navigated their way to the semi-finals, Germany and Chile enjoyed very different matches against Cameroon and Australia r [read]

Germany defeated Cameroon 3-1 to finish top of Group B at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi in front of 30,230 fans. [read]

Chile reached the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 semi-finals after coming from behind to draw 1-1 against Australia in front of 33,639 fans in Moscow. [read]

On his 100th appearance for Portugal, Joao Moutinho helped secure his team a place in the semi-finals of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017.  [read]

The first participants of the third edition of the Football for Hope Forum have arrived in Kazan, Russia with the event taking place from June 26 to 28. [read]

We heard from the Russia players after the hosts exited the FIFA Confederations Cup, with positives drawn amid admissions that certain things need to improve before the FIFA World Cup. [read]

Germany’s last FIFA Confederations Cup group match against Cameroon is also Joachim Low’s 150th game in charge of the national team. FIFA.com looks back at several milestones during his time as head c [read]

FIFA.com talks to former star Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich to hear some humourous insights from the Socceroos' run to the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup final. [read]

Australia's ageless forward Tim Cahill continues to chalk off milestones, with the five-time FIFA World Cup™ goalscorer set to become the first outfield Socceroos player to reach a century of cap [read]