Best Soccer Shooting Drills in 2022
Soccer: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Score, Dribble Past the Other Team, and Work with Your Teammates (3 Books in 1)
Soccer Shooting & Finishing: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Score (Understand Soccer)
Practice Soccer At Home: 100 Individual Soccer Drills and Fitness Exercises to Improve Ball Control, Shooting and Stamina In Your Home and Backyard
FC Barcelona Soccer Ball Size 5 Messi Barca Futbol Balon de Futbol Official Licensed - Great for Kids Soccer Ball, Players, Trainers, Coaches | Soccer Training | Practice | Shooting Drills | Skills
Professional Soccer Finishing Drills: Top Finishing Drills From The Worldâ€™s Best Soccer Clubs
Dutch Soccer Drills, Volume 4
CoachDeck - Soccer Drills
- Easy and convenient deck of cards containing 52 soccer drills
- Easy-to-understand practice drills broken into four color-coded categories: Dribbling; Shooting; Passing; Defense
- Each drill contains unique, "Make it a Game" feature that turns an ordinary drill into a fun competition kids will want to do again and again.
- Recommended for U6 - U16
Soccer Defending: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Stop the Other Team (Understand Soccer Book 5)
Soccer Coaching: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Lead Your Players, Manage Parents, and Select the Best Formation (Understand Soccer)
Create Finishing Chances and Score: 24 Positional and Small Sided Games (Italian Training Concepts Book 2)
Pele amazed everybody who crossed his path, on and off the field. His soccer skills will be remembered throughout time more than anyone else. This is his story.
Pelé was born in a small town in Brazil called Tres Coracos on October 23, 1940. Hailing from a poor family, he had to learn his soccer skills with rag tag supplies and under difficult conditions. He was determined, however, and his hard work paid off. He quickly began to master the skills of the game and before long he was being courted by several professional teams. He played his first professional game at the young age of fifteen, and as if that wasn't enough, he immediately made a big impact, scoring goals for his team even beginning in his first game! Pelé was on his way to superstardom, and the world was about to receive one of the twentieth century's most outstanding athletes.
Pelé's instant success was enough to earn him a spot on Brazil's national team for the 1958 World Cup, soccer biggest stage. He was only 17 at the time, but his play was on par with the more experienced players, and his electric style and instinct helped lead his team to the title match against the host country Sweden. In this match the world officially received its new star. With the world watching, the young star lit up the competition and wowed audience, scoring the game's winning goal in dramatic fashion. A new era was born.
Pelé went on to dominate the game at the club level as well as internationally. He led the Brazilian squad to World Cup victories again in 1962 and 1970. His 97 goals in international play are still the most by any player in history. His professional career was equally impressive. Playing for club teams in Santos, Sao Paulo, and a brief stint in the United States with the New York Cosmos, he racked up a career total of 1,280 goals.
Pelé's statistics speak for themselves, and as a lifelong soccer player I can say that he has inspired me more than any other player. His talent on the field combined with his class both on and off the field put him in a category by himself.