Soccer CROSSING Drill *Advanced* by Online Soccer Academy

Soccer CROSSING Drill *Advanced* by Online Soccer Academy

What’s going on? Little dap. It’s Jared
Montz former pro and founder of Today we are learning when to cross the football
soccer ball. Soccer Kicks. This OSA video is a high level video mainly geared for soccer
wingers. It can of course be applied to players in any soccer positions that find themselves
crossing the ball. Soccer midfielder, forwards, full backs… just saying! Description: Youth Soccer Drills.
The timing of when you cross a soccer ball is very important. If you wait to long your
soccer sports teammates will have miss timed their runs and we don’t want that! Big shout out to your OSA soccer player Kevin
Schneider. I gave Kevin “in person” private training a while back doing this exact soccer
exercise and after improving so much Kevin went on to get a bunch of assists in his tournament
that weekend! Everyone say Little Dap and congrats Kevin in the comments! Kevin is a
Believe in it® Athlete! Wha’ts going on? Little dap! It’s Jared Montz
as a Bobble Head! Little Dap, Little Dap! I’m not selling Jared Montz bobble head dolls
but Miles from is! They just made me my unique custom bobble head doll!
Lots of players get their teams together and buy a Custom Bobble Head for their coach!
You should too! Or get one for yourself! Every pro loves going to the stadium when it’s their
Bobble Head night! Make your coach feel pro! Buy them a BobbleHead at! First we will set up the exercise and then
we will go over the key points. Soccer Players. Equipment Needed: Soccer Football
You will need a few soccer balls, a goal, a partner and a lot of cones of two different
colors. If you don’t have a lot of the soccer equipment then make due the best you can with
what you have. Soccer World. Exercise Player Can Do: Soccer Drills. How
to cross a soccer ball. Make a line of white cones a few yards ahead
of the 6 yard box line; this would be like 8 yards from goal. How to Soccer. Along the
18 yard box make a line of white cones. These white cones represent your defensive lines. Place two orange cones in front of the white
cones. These white cones should be goal side of the orange cones. The orange cones represent
your forwards. On the right wing set up a few white cones
like so; these cones should be out wide and about 35 yards from the goal line. Set up
a start cone, a defender cone and then a few cones showing the direction you want to take
a touch and accelerate past. If you are a lefty then set this up on the left side. The 8 yard white cone line represents the
goalie area. Soccer drills for kids. In this video we are assuming the goalie will not
come out past the 8 yard line when you whip in your cross. The white cone line on the 18 yard box represents
the defensive back line. Soccer Training. For this exercise you will be crossing between
the white cone lines. This is the space you want your forwards to run in to once you cross
it. Soccer kick. Here is how this will work. You will dribble
slowly at your defender cone, take a big touch past the defender, as you accelerate forward
get your head up, bend in your cross in the space between your white cones and your partner
runs onto the ball and takes a shot. Soccer Video. The partner who is forward doesn’t
run to early, wait until the winger crosses the ball. Now lets break down the key points. Soccer
training drills. Key Points: Soccer Skills 1. Cross the ball early! Soccer Crossing.
Once you accelerate past your defender get your head up, see the space and cross the
ball into it. Most players take a 2nd or 3rd touch here prior to crossing. This causes
the space between the defenders and the goalie to decrease giving your forwards less space
to run into. This decreases the chances of you getting an assist and your team scoring. What if my forwards don’t know I’m crossing
it early? Good question. That’s okay if they don’t know. The best soccer players can put
the ball where they want their teammates to go. I assure you, once your teammate sees
the ball played into space behind the defenders they will have a natural instinct to run to
it. 2. Cross the ball on the ground or in air
but have bend on it. By making it bend it keeps the ball from going straight at the
goalie. 3. Cross the ball behind defenders. How to
Play Midfield. We want defenders chasing your forwards! When a defender is chasing a forward
towards their own goal that is not a position they want to be in. If you cross the ball
in front of the defenders when they are goal side on your forward it’s more easy for them
to defend and run on to it. Soccer practice drills. [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] [Silence] 4. A forward running onto a ball has a better
chance of scoring because they have momentum behind them. If you play the ball behind the
forward and they have to back up for it, they won’t have forward momentum and this causes
them to not get a shot off with power. Time for the exercise. With your partner have
one of you be forward and one of you be the crosser. Do 5-10 reps then switch with your
partner. Repeat and do this unit you feel you are mastering it. If you don’t have a
partner then be the crosser and just imagine you have forwards running into space. Do the
best you can with what you have around. [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] What Player Could Be Doing Wrong: Soccer Coach. Some things that could be going wrong. Coaching
Soccer. If the ball you are crossing is going towards the goalie then you are not curving
it. Make sure to bend the ball when crossing. For tips on bending watch our Online Soccer
Academy video titled “How to Bend a Soccer Ball”. Soccer midfielder tips. If you are playing your cross behind your
forwards then you are trying to cross the ball to them. How to kick a soccer ball. Don’t
cross the ball to the forwards at their feet, cross the ball into the space in front of
them and let them run on to it. Bonus Tips! For tips on dribbling like a winger watch
our OSA video titled “How to Dribble like a Winger”. There are many different times during a game
on when to cross it. This is just one time and one idea. Don’t think this is the only
time to cross the ball in a game. Do what the game shows you. If it’s on to cross early,
cross early. If your forwards aren’t in position then take another touch. You make the choice
when you are on the field. Hope you enjoyed this Online Soccer Academy
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10 thoughts on “Soccer CROSSING Drill *Advanced* by Online Soccer Academy

  1. J KK says:

    Hi. I'm 10 yrs old. I play left back. I'm write footed. I have a problem with kicking a ball high. Even though I have watched your video 'how to kick a soccer ball high and far', I still can't get it right. I also don't have enough space to practice.

  2. Soccer Man says:

    Congrats Kevin!

  3. Anupam Roy says:

    U explani everything small thing also unlike other channels

  4. Dehemi Kavishka says:

    great videos
    can u upload on how to do a body feint and Ronaldo chop

  5. Kapila Choudhary says:

    your channel is the best… but i think you should uplaod an video for driven passes also… please

  6. sreeramulu annoj says:

    pls make video on how to shoot

  7. Amaru Rudebwoy says:

    hello i am a fullback and i have been out of play for long. but now am back to play and i have become very slow with my overlaps crossing. my stamina . i get tired very quick please help me out.

  8. arch man says:

    Congrats Kevin glad you did good in your tournament

  9. ATA RS says:

    Oyau bagaus

  10. Matthew P says:

    What about the technique ? I dont understand

  11. John Michael Baad says:

    Thanks I have a a crossing problem so this helps alot thanks

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