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Types of Football Boots

Do you have a single pair of football shoes and you use them without considering where are you playing? Then, we are sorry to say this that you have done all wrong. Football is a sport that is being played on uneven streets, fields, natural turfs, courtyards, colonel compounds, and even at the terrace.

How to Prepare Yourself to Become a Successful Coach in Australian Rules Football

So you want to be or have been asked to be a junior coach in Australian Rules Football. This article contains some suggestions of how best to prepare yourself and continue your development as a coach. Our author organised during his teaching career many coaching workshops for teachers. For a number of years, he was coaching director for his local club where he helped guide new coaches. That experience is contained in this article.

Fog, Rain, Gales, Lightening, Swaying Power Lines and a Blackout and Schoolboy Aussie Rules

Regional teams from all over Queensland arrived at the Toowoomba show grounds on a Friday afternoon, excited and looking forward to compete in the 11th state secondary schoolboys’ championships and watch some “good footy”. The opening night of the carnival, played at the Toowoomba Show Grounds, was a night of extremes. Toowoomba, at the best of times in winter at night is a very cold place in Queensland. Before the first night game, the weather turned nasty. As night approached, the temperature dropped quickly and at the commencing siren, it was freezing cold. This article is the story of that eventful evening.

Manchester City Set to Pounce on Hapless West Ham United

A preview of the rescheduled Premier League game between Manchester City and West Ham United at the Etihad Stadium. The home team is favorite to win this much anticipated encounter in a game that will witness the return of former City icon Pablo Zabaleta.to the Etihad stadium for perhaps the last time in his illustrious career. Kick off time is 7:30 PM as David Moyes and his boys attempt to accomplish the impossible.

Some Practice Games for Junior Players in Australian Football

Any training regime in junior sport needs to include practice games as “part and parcel” of each session. Each training session should have, at least, one to help the players understand the game and develop their game skills in a game situation. This article discusses three practice games he has used successfully with players from low under age teams through to senior high school players. He discusses how to organise them and the rules he uses for them.

Using Different Types of Practice Games in Junior Australian Football

Practice games should be “part and parcel” of any training regime, particularly where junior players are involved. Our author discusses the type of practice games he used in Junior Australian Football training and why he used them. As well, he talks about how he used them.

Goal Kicking for Junior Footballer in Australian Football

This article is designed to help young players to understand their role as a goal kicking forward in Australian Football. The advice is designed to teach the players the basics of how to accurately kick goals during the game and how their goal kicking skills can lead to greater team and personal success.

Are You a Defender or an Attacker in Australian Football? Advice for Junior Players

This article is designed to give young player some general introductory ideas on how to play in a defensive or attacking role in Australian Football. It stresses that players must learn to both attack and defend irrespective of their official position on the field. In other words, players must be able to attack and defend when the situation demands that they do for the sake of the team.

Junior Wingers in Australian Football-Some Advice for Newcomers

This article is designed to help young players to understand their role as a winger in Australian Football. The advice is designed to teach the players the basics of attacking play in the game and how their play can lead to greater team and personal success. The author shares his experience in playing as a winger many times during his senior football.

How to Be a Half Forward or Pocket Forward in Australian Football-Advice for Young Players

This article is designed to help young players to understand their role as half forwards or forward pockets in Australian Football. The advice is designed to teach the players the basics of attacking play in the game and how their play can lead to greater team and personal success.

Advice for Young Fullbacks New to Playing Australian Football

This article seeks to give advice both to a new or junior player given the position of fullback in Australian Football for the first time. It will also be useful for a new or inexperienced coach.

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