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44 Secrets for Great Soccer Goalie Skills Paperback – September 13, 2013
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This book has some good gems and some common sense points. Each chapter feels like a college essay;
* introduce the point (often with a story)
* explain the point
* state what you just explained
* restate how this will make the reader a better keeper
After several chapters the mechanical nature of the writer gets a bit tedious. It's not that the information is wrong or uselessly obvious; it would be nice to have some variation in the presentation, though.
Of the 44 secrets, I'd say at least half of them are no secret at all. It felt like at some points the author was struggling to come with the required 44 points. That said, I found the book a worthwhile read because there were a couple very useful bits in there, such as the guidelines for keeper positioning, based on the ball position and the details for setting a wall on a free kick.