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Pass

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In soccer with the word "Technique" we understand a group of skills, more or less complex, with which players communicate with the ball; the technique represents the capability of transmitting or absorbing, through our body, a certain quantity of energy to be able to control it when facing different situations

Game art is squeezed and recognized in the connection between the player and the ball that is translated into the aquisition of certain abilities in order to achieve maximum expertise in managing the ball. Such abilities are tightly related to motor capacities and our body becomes the only mean to transfer and put into practice our technique

Technical skills in soccer are divided into:

  • Throw
  • Receive
  • Drive the ball
  • Contrast
  • Header
  • Take a throw-in
  • Stop
Each of these contains itself multiple objectives during the game and various execution modalities. Coaches, by constantly observing their players must choose the skills to be stimulated, taught or corrected with the aim of improving the capacities of the players.
Pass is one of the key technical abilities in game, it represents a form of collaboration and communication between teammates that is often fundamental to manage and solve multiple situations
 
Parts of the body used:
  • Foot:
    • Inside
    • Outside
    • Insted
    • Inside insted
    • Outside insted
    • Toe
    • Heel
    • Sole
  • Thigh
  • Chest
  • Head
 
Types of execution:
  • With a stationary
  • With the ball on the ground
  • Touching the ball as soon as it bounces
  • With an aerial ball
  • At first touch
  • After controlling or dribbling
  • With a trick
 
Objectives and applications on the game:
 
Stationary ball:
  • Corner
  • Penalties
  • Fouls
  • Kicks
To pass:
  • Short pass
  • Medium pass
  • Long pass
  • Lofted pass
  • Chipping
  • Support
For completion:
  • From close
  • From far away
  • Along the ground
  • On the air 
In the proposed exercises players can become familiar with multiple situations and then get used to use and improve the skill so that it gets more efficient as time goes by. In this context the coach can try to individually correct their players, verifying each time the improvement level reached by their players.