In this Technical practice, we have 4 passing players on the outside of the 18 yard Box with 3 or 4 balls each.
Attacking players begin in central square, attacking 1 player at a time with objective for single attacking player to finish 4 chances against Goalkeeper.
Once player has 4 shots, they move to back of player line and next player steps up to repeat.
Key Coaching Points
1. Game Tempo, the movement to get on the ball must be sharp.
2. Work the goalkeeper, hit the target
How to develop finishing with both feet
Here are a few ways to improve finishing with your weaker foot in soccer (also known as football):
Work on ball control and technique: Good ball control and technique are essential for finishing with your weaker foot. Players should work on their first touch, ball manipulation, and shooting technique with their weaker foot to ensure that they are able to control the ball and get a good shot off.
Focus on power and accuracy: When finishing with your weaker foot, it's important to strike the ball with enough power to beat the goalkeeper, but also with enough accuracy to keep the ball on target. Players can improve their power and accuracy by working on their shooting technique and by practicing shooting with their weaker foot.
Use your stronger foot to set up shots: While it's important to practice finishing with your weaker foot, you can also use your stronger foot to set up shots for your weaker foot. This can involve using your stronger foot to control the ball and lay it off for a shot with your weaker foot.
Pay attention to body position and balance: Good body position and balance are essential for finishing with your weaker foot. Players should aim to position their body so that they are facing the goal and have a stable base from which to shoot. This will help them to generate power and accuracy in their shots.