What Area of the Final Third Do Strikers Goals Come From? How this can help Coaches.

So what area of the final 1/3 of the pitch do strikers goals come from these days? Can you have a guess? Why is this important? Well in today's Striker Help Blog we will investigate these three questions and give you our opinion based on facts on the best 'All Round' Striker in the game. What is the Final 1/3? Firstly lets explain our methodology. What is the Final Third of the pitch split into, what one word type of striker is his main strength and what type of finishing is involved. 0 - 6 yards - The Poacher - Normally a 1st time finish or rebound with side of foot 6 - 12 yards - The Finisher - Again 1st time finishes or 1 touch goals with predominately side of the foot 12 - 18 yards - Int

Goalkeeper Help. Launching next week

Where are the young goalkeepers 16-21 coming through in Victoria. Read this blog post Next Monday Goalkeeper Help will launch on this website. For more details and a sneak peak on what it is register your details now here

Kile Kennedy to be sponsored by KA Goalkeeping

Kingston City No.1 Kile Kennedy will become the 1st Goalkeeper in Australia to be sponsored by leading UK Independent glove brand KA Goalkeeping which is being imported by Nine One Football boss & Kingston City Head of Goalkeeping Paul Harvey Kennedy is 28 years old and has experienced playing top level football all over the world. Starting off at the VIS he was playing for Dandenong Thunder and Sunshine George Cross before moving to the US College soccer team Embry Riddle Aeronautical Uni. He was back in Australia in 2011 playing for Bentleigh Greens and then won the State 2 NW Title with Fawkner Blues. He was then offered an opportunity to play professionally overseas in Iceland for 2 year

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