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A quality striker can be the deciding factor as to whether a team is victorious, by having capitalised on their chances or unfortunate losers by
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Therefore it is imperative the clubs source or develop their own quality strikers from a young age, through the correct individual soccer coaching
approach that should be implemented in their soccer academy.
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The striker must also be coached on shots off target, low shots, scissor kicks and balls moving away from the goalkeeper.
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The shooting technique must address balls that are moving towards, away and across the striker. How these balls are intercepted and lodged forward
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A striker must also be coached on how to react when under pressure, how to maximise productivity in these situations.
The most critically important trait a striker must possess in soccer is decision making, when to shoot and when not to shoot. This is the determining
factor in the productivity of a striker.
The striker coaching program must be conducted first without pressure - that is the coaching of the shooting technique. After the striker has
correctly learned the shooting technique, pressure should gradually be added in the form of 1v1, 1v2, 1v3 etc.
The progression from training will be to a small sided game training session. Once the player has exhibited learned techniques in training, he will
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Once the physical aspect has been sorted, the coach will be able to determine if there are any psychological issues with the player and address
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Repetition is the key to success in football and as the old adage goes#4# practice makes perfect.
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