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From a technical perspective, dribbling is a players biomechanical execution of a movement with the ball.
From a tactical Perspective, the aim of dribbling is to go past an opponent or attack the open space.
Developing a players tactical awareness of when and where to dribble the ball is just as important as developing their technical ability to execute the intended action.
1. Close ball control;
2. Dribble with an open body shape;
3. Dominate the space of the defender;
4. Identify space and single lines of defence to exploit; and
5. Change! (Mind, Speed and/or direction)
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Close ball control, dribble with an open body shape and protecting the ball.
Dominate the space of the defender and identify space and single lines of defence to exploit.