Master Technique: Ball Mastery Part One

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The Coerver method is centered on ball mastery – “the mother and father of all training topics,” says Coerver co-founder Alfred Galustian.

The idea is that football is a team game played by individuals, and that those individuals will be happier and more effective if every single one of them is confident when in control of the ball – not just seeking to get rid of it and pass to “the best player”. Coerver’s 99 Skills to Ball Mastery approach will improve a player’s touch (creating more time on the ball), control (and therefore confidence), flexibility (and thus adaptability) – and even that weaker foot.

Ball mastery should be the foundation of every soccer player’s development: Learn how to dance with the ball at your feet, by introducing this Coerver Coaching drill into your training sessions. Coerver Coaching ball mastery is the key to becoming a great soccer player. Spend time with the soccer ball and master it.

As England search for an answer to their technical deficiencies and the world marvels at Barcelona’s fantasy football, FourFourTwo Performance teamed up with Coerver Coaching to design a set of drills aimed at improving ball mastery.

No matter how old you are or what level you play, it’s never too late to improve your game and this drill will help you transform into the Sunday League Xavi (Or Danny Murphy, who was the Premier League’s record passer last season, completing 2,330).

For more technical advice visit Coerver Coaching.

Stoke City under-15s demonstrated the drills.

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