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Mirsad Explains How To Play Soccer Strategically
, December 7, 2013
Mirsad's book is an excellent rendition on how to implement
strategic thinking on the soccer field. The thrust of the presentation
is aimed at how to score more goals, dribble effectively and dominate
in the air. Effectively, Mirsad shares his knowledge about each position.
A strength of the book is that Mirsad teaches readers how to read
the game and anticipate the actions of the opposing team; such as,
a player's leading foot when it is about to shift in direction.
The author's rendition on the traits of a good goalie is very helpful.
For instance, a good goalkeeper knows how to play safe to avoid
injuries. Another good trait is to preserve stamina, although in this
writer's experience it's best for a goalie to run a lot of sprints in
order to develop stamina on the field. A classic move to employ
on the field is to use the whole body to block the ball.
Since the goalie is either the strongest or weakest link, he/she
must stay focused and be aware of how each position is played
classically. A goalie must keep a watchful eye on everyone on the
field in order to detect and correct weak areas of play.
Overall, Mirsad's book is very helpful to players, coaches and
soccer enthusiasts everywhere.