Special needs kids working on soccer drills and coaches who can formulate neat ideas to make soccer
fun to learn, is our challenge in the youth game. Taking the time to slow down the drill, however making
sure you push the progression as the learn the skill. These players like a set “schedule”, set up your
drills and keep the progression from one to the other drills in the same rotation from day to day so these
players get that “schedule” nailed down and feel comfortable learning the skill. Repetition is the best
way to see the success and making the drill a game will help the funnest factor. From throwing the ball
in to passing and dribbling as many touching of the ball you can incorporate, will make confidence soar in these special needs children.
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