Striking the Ball on your Laces

Paul Scholes had one of the best driven passes. Moving the ball out of his feet, he would look up, and drive a fast and straight pass over 30-40 yards into his team-mates feet. It changed the point of attack and made life very difficult for opposing teams. Read more...

How good can your first touch be?

It is one of the most difficult, yet important, skills in the game. Maintaining control of the ball is vital. Controlling the ball correctly can lead to all sorts of positive outcomes, but, a heavy touch that is bouncing around out of control, can cause plenty of danger to your team. Read more...