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The Tactical Camp will starting up Soon!
Any questions please email me at GKTACKETT@MSN.COM
*No More Guessing Goalkeepers*
Ask Your Questions At Our Classroom Tactical Camp
Defensive set plays
Communication in the correct thirds of the field
Direct commands, Attacking commands, and Defensive commands
Organizing your team
Importance of Distribution
Switching the point of attack vs counter attacks
Crossing angles vs Shooting angles
Fears of Goalkeeping
Preparing for the next levels of goalkeeping
Scenarios of the game
Long term vs. short term goals
Starting goalkeeper and the back up goalkeeper
Universal soccer terminology
Much, Much more.. .
SCSG's Tactical Camps will teach the goalkeeper how to, not just be a shot blocker but to have complete knowledge of their position and the game of soccer.
Goalkeeper Specific Fitness and Conditioning Training
Camp and weekly workouts will include athletic fitness movements, agility and quickness work, speed (reactive speed and change of direction, plyometrics), strength and power, core conditioning, nutritional advices. Contact Dominique Paris for more information about fitness training.
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SCSG will be offering a series of Goalkeeper Clinics at Cal Poly Pomona and other locations. With the 2014-2015 Season and summer tournaments coming soon SCSG Clinics are a great place to sharpen your skills. Visit our CLINIC PAGE for more details.
GOALKEEPERS AND EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
Key to any successful soccer team is effective communication. The sophistication and amount of communication will vary depending on age and skill level. In today’s modern game the goalkeeper is the lead communicator on the field. Expectations are that a goalkeeper is not only a shot stopper but also the last line of defense, first attacker, and demonstrates game maturity with decision-making, organizing, and communicating. That is a heavy burden at any age and ability level. Goalkeepers and field players are unable to communicate because of their game inexperience and the pace at which the game changes. As coaches...CLICK HERE to reade more.
GOALKEEPER KEEPING POSSESSION ON A BACK-PASS
Many players and coaches talk about using the keeper as the 11th field player as opposed to just using the keeper as a defensive player and a player of last resort. It seems that despite all the talk of using the keeper in attack, in most cases, it seems the keeper ends up receiving he ball only as a last resort and the keeper, frequently under some pressure, ends up having to knock the ball long. Recently I have had the opportunity to watch Manchester United play a few matches and they seem to do a better job then most of using their keeper as part of the attack as opposed to as simply a last resort...CLICK HERE to read more.
SCSG Keeper Wars Tournament
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