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A Feint is used to move the opponent one way and for the player then to exploit the space left by the defender.
Regardless of position every player needs to understand how to execute feints
The basic steps to most feints:
Key Coaching Points
Used when taking the ball away from the body, very important as used as last touch on a number of skills. Players must be comfortable taking the ball away on either foot
Ball Mastery #4 Take Stops
Skill #2 Outside Cut
Skill #15 Side Step
Lear the correct name(it is not a STEPOVER), as with all skills make sure players can deliver on either foot.
Ball Mastery #16 Take Stop Scissors
Ball Mastery #17 Take Scissors
Skill # 29 Scissors
Skill # 38 Double Scissors
Can be a difficult skill to master as you drag the ball across your body, by hoping with your foot behined the ball. Then you bring your foot around the back of the ball to change direction.
Skill #39 Drag Push
Skill #40 Drag Step Over
Very underated part of the foot, used wehn running with the ball or striking the ball. Younger players will tend to use their toe with a locked ankle instead of pointing the foot to the floor and striking with top of the foot.
Ball Mastery #17 Pull Push Laces
Skill #15 High Wave
Slightly more advanced, the ability to slide the foot up and down the ball without losing contact.
Ball Mastery #9 Inside Rolls
Skill #7 Slap Cut
Using the sole of the foot and pulling the ball back towards you.
Would normally be used with a second touch as a change of direction
Ball Mastery # 33 Pull Back around foot
Skill #24 Pull Push Behined
Week 1 CCMPCM1- ORGANISATION
Week 2 CCMPCM1.2- ORGANISATION
Week 3 CCMPCM1.3- ORGANISATION
Week 4 CCMPCM1.4 ORGANISATION