This section covers the various techniques you can teach to your players. The better grasp you have of the techniques, the better you will be able to teach them to your players. Note: all techniques should be practiced with both feet to ensure players do not develop a “strong foot” and a “weak foot.”
Dribbling is the art of using the feet to advance the ball, on the ground, under control, while moving. The two primary reasons to use dribbling skills are:
The most important element of dribbling is developing a “feel” or “touch” for the ball with the feet…BOTH OF THEM. The key is then to keep the ball close by touching it softly.