The three most common injuries in soccer

Soccer players push their bodies to breaking point every game. Although there is a lot of preventative work going into their training, injuries are commonplace. Glance through news reports and a pattern will emerge. The elite level players suffer more injuries than any other category of player. There is a good reason for this. Most elite players carry small injuries […]

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Nutrition for soccer tournaments

Unlike for soccer practice and matches, soccer tournaments are especially demanding. There can be as many as two to three games in a single day and you will need to be prepared for it nutritionally. Failing to do so can result in not being able to play effectively after the first one or two games. Here is a nutrition checklist […]

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Tips for effective shooting

One of the best bits of advice given to young Soccer players who play striker is this: you miss all the shots that you never take. This was a quote by Hockey player Wayne Gretzky. It holds true for Hockey and it holds true for Soccer. Younger players start out with a natural hesitation to shoot. What they don’t realize, […]

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Ventura says that he will manage Chelsea when Conte leaves

Article written by : Dent Sport : Sports News and Articles Giampiero Ventura said jokingly that he will manage Chelsea when Antonio Conte eventually departs. Ventura Managed the national team after Conte moved on to Chelsea in the Premier leagues. The pair who have shared similar career paths in the game, have often taken over from one another. The 68 […]

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Different types of Goalkeeper gloves

Written by Soccer Garage Although it might not be obvious to Soccer newbie, much like cleats, even goalkeeper gloves come in various types (or cuts) regardless of whether they are reusch gloves or any other brand.. Here are three: Roll finger This is one of the most popular and is often referred to as the traditional goalkeeper glove. They are […]

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