The Rule is poorly written and incomplete, giving for example, no meaning or limit to the term ‘advantage’ in the exception – which is not clearly set out as an exception to the Rule.
Jinking, Squeezing, and Spinning are three player skills that have emerged in the modern game of hockey. Here are some tips in how to learn
Goalkeepers often only have a split second to react to shots, which means that they have to have great reaction time and decision making skill. Practice makes perfect
Performance Analysis can help enhance the coaching process by providing statistical and video information as a result of using Performance Analysis tools
Moving round the pitch with a whistle in your mouth looks just like the umpire has a dummy in the mouth and it gives completely the wrong impression to players and spectators
This is a valuable article previously written by Olympic gold medallist, and now Australian Youth and NSWIS coach Brent Livermore. It is indisputably applicable today for any player striving to become the best in 2018 and beyond
Goalkeeping is a specialist position that has specific rules that apply to its playing role. What are they?
Taking eleven or more players with individual traits and developing them into a T.E.A.M. is as important as developing skill and game strategies. Doing it at the start of season is best
A year or two from now your players will not remember anything you taught them. But forever, they will remember how you made them feel.”
There seems little hope for a goalkeeper to defend when attackers employ obstruction tactics to gain an advantage. Is the equality in penalty shootouts eroding away?