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Coerver Based Skill Videos
Parents please show these videos to your player

Coerver Basics

Coerver Intermediates 

Coerver Combined 1v1 & 3v3 Drills

Coerver First Touch Skills

Below is a brief description of the skills that the FC Dansville Coaches strive to develop in your player during training

Dribbling/Ball Control –
A player’s acquisition of the technique of moving the ball quickly, while under complete control combining pace, deception, and skill. Uses both feet, inside and outside, under control, under pressure. Composed manner, shielding and seldomg losing possession.
Passing/Serving To accurately and concisely pass the ball at the correct pace to a teammate. Proper passing/receiving technique, passes to feet and to space, on the ground and lofted. Uses both feet and all parts of the feet.
Receiving/First TouchShows for the ball and receives cleanly. Uses either the right or left foot to trap the ball. Uses their body effectively to trap air balls. Does not wait for the ball, runs to the ball to receive it.
Shooting/Crossing/StrikingThe ability to strike on goal with a variety of techniques from differing ranges and angles, with composure, showing the touch to score goals. The ability to drive long passes from goal and corner kicks. Proper shooting technique, on goal, off passes and volleys.
Speed/First to BallThe ability to accomplish techniques quickly with efficient and fast movements in all areas on the field. Overall speed with the ball. Overall speed without the ball. Speed, quickness, reaction time.
FitnessOverall endurance, ability to play entire match. Athletic abilities with respect to running, quick change of pace and direction (agility), leaping, and strength on and off the ball. Game fitness and shape.
Defensive TechniqueUnderstands transition to defense. Demonstrates ability to contain attackers and knows when to challenge (tackle). Wins the ball under control (not just clearing). Some level of defensive support (ball, cover, support).
Game SenseHow well the player understands the tactical side of the game. Players understanding of principles of attacking and defending, and rules of the game. Aware of situational play, transition between attack and defend, makes a different in the play.
Positioning/Spatial A player’s ability to read the game as it develops and to position themselves in the most advantageous area from which to support their team effectively. A player’s understanding of their position and other positions on the field. Understands positions and format the team is playing. Adjusts dynamically and accordingly.
Commitment to GameShows up for practices, listens, makes progress, shows good sportsmanship and applies lessons. Shows a desire to play soccer for the love of the game. Focused at games and practices. Eager to learn. Always makes best effort.