To be a good soccer player you need great offensive skills. Even if you play other positions, being an effective striker will give you a competitive advantage over your peers and opponents. Coach Jim Buchanan, head trainer of the Maestro Soccer League, presents 24 easy-to-follow/easy-to-teach instructional videos on how to effectively play the striker position, as well as the proper technical and tactical plays in specific game situations.
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|2||Introduction to Technical Play|
|3||Basic Ball-Striking Technique|
|4||Standing Ball-Striking Technique|
|5||Partner Ball-Striking Drill|
|6||Rolling Ball Out to Striker for Shot|
|7||Creating Room for a Strike on Goal|
|8||Striking a Moving Ball|
|9||Striking a Moving Ball with Defender|
|10||Partner Volleying Drill|
|11||Volleying to Goal|
|12||Chipping the Keeper|
|13||Heading Through Legs Drill|
|14||Heading Triangle Drill|
|15||Heading On Goal From a Cross|
|16||Finishing From a Cross on the Ground|
|17||Finishing From a Breakaway|
|18||Introduction to Tactical Play|
|19||Receiving Ball with Back to Goal|
|20||Creating Space with Back to Goal|
|21||Give-and-Go Behind Defense|
|22||Stepover Run for a Give-and-Go|
|23||2 v. 2 Striker Movements|
|24||Third-Man Running Drill|
Jim Buchanan is the head trainer with Maestro Soccer in New Jersey. Licensed by the English FA, the USSF and the NSCAA, Buchanan has been working with youth players for many years.
Buchanan has worked with many youth clubs in New Jersey, such as Hillsborough SC, South Brunswick SC and Greater Flemington SC. He is the varsity boys' head coach at Immaculata High School, and in 2008 led the program to its first state tournament appearance since 2002.
After playing as a youth with Doncaster Rovers FC in England, Buchanan attained a Physical Education/Sports Science bachelor's degree from Loughborough University, a premier sporting and educational institution in the UK.
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