Sunday, 19 June 2016

How A Player Can Make Long And Short Accurate Passes

How A Player Can Make An Accurate Short Pass

The best way for a player to make an accurate pass with great precision is for the player to make use of the inside of his or her foot when hitting the ball, this gives more control and increases the chances of the ball getting to your fellow teammates. The player should turn the foot he or she is going to use to make the pass outwards and lock the ankle so that it makes a strong contact with the ball. The player should bend the knee of the passing leg slightly, so that the foot is in the correct position to pass the ball with the player's standing foot about few meters (just a hip width) away from the ball, bring your kicking foot through and hit the centre of the ball with the inside of your foot. The main objective of a short pass is mostly to keep the ball low, therefore making it easy for other playing team mates to control. For high power, follow through with the kicking leg, this would increase, the precision of the pass, the player should bring out hus or her arm out from the body while doing this, in order to improve balance and stamina. 

How A Player Can Make An Accurate Long Pass

The sole objective of a long pass is to switch play or locate another teammate afar.
Most long passes are generally more attacking or less defensive than a short pass,but it all depends on a player's location on the field of play.
If a player wants to make a long pass, the player should head towards the ball at a slanting angle of 25 degrees in order to allow for more space and room to swing your kicking foot through. The player should use his or her arms for balance, positioning his/her non-kicking leg closer to the side of the ball, not taking your eyes off the ball. If a player wants to keep the ball low, the player should position the knee of the striking foot over the ball, and do not lean back as you strike the middle of the ball with your laces, follow through.
For a player to achieve increased power and height on the ball, the player should strike the ball close to the bottom, leaning back further and follow through the ball more. Basically you do not want the ball to bounce before it gets to your teammate, as a ball that bounces before getting to another player is difficult to control.

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