The Best Top 10 International Goal Scorers

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The best top 10 international goal scorers and some great video

footage of just a few of their massive amount of goals scored

in international play. This black and white photo is of the greatest,

Josef “Pipi” Bican, back in the 1930’s he was the Pele/Messi

of football. Great goal scorers know, no matter how the ball gets

in the back of the net or how fast it gets there, it’s still worth only one point, not two points for being really fast or really fancy, just one point.

Efficiency, angle, and touch are the three things that a goal scorer thinks about. The ball only has to

travel completely over the line not have to rip the net from the goal posts. That’s the difference between

a goal scorer and a flash in the pan fad player who scores one goal and misses 100 others.

Consistency and awareness of the moment is the difference between these two players and the

realization most of the time it’s just passing the ball to the back of the net, a quick flick of the

foot to play keep away in a six yard area. It doesn’t have to be fancy to win a game, funny thing

about it, the simpler the harder it is to do in the heat of a split second, that’s the difference between great goal scorer and just another miss.

Here are the Top 10 International Goal Scorers In History:

#10.  James McGrory Celtic Striker from 1920 to 1930’s scored 550 goals

#9.  Eusebio  from Portugal from the 1950’s to 1980 scored over 552 goals

#8.  Ernest Willimowski scored 4 goals in one World Cup match and from 1930 to 1950’s scored 554 times

#7.  Uwe Seeler scored in 4 Fifa final matches and from 1940 to 1960’s scored 575 goals

#6.  Ferenc Deak this Hungarian striker played from 1940’s to 1950’s and bagged over 576 goals

#5.  Gerd Muller the German striker with over 735 goals from 1960’s to the 1980’s

#4.  Ferenc Puskas this Hungarian was playing with Deak and from the 40’s to 60’s scored 746 times

#3.  PELE, maybe the greatest, this Brazilian played from 1950’s to mid 1977 scoring over 767 goals

#2.  Romario another Brazilian, at 772 goals from 1980 to 2010 this quite thunder was always there to score

#1.  Josef “Pipi” Bican, this Austrian-Czech was footballs greatest goal scorer, at over 805 goals

spanning a career from the 1920’s to the 1950’s, this striker was that era’s Pele, Messi, Ronaldo, Maradona, and Binder all rolled up into one super striker. Wiki says he had over 1468 goals with a 1.59 ratio of goals to matches, making him the best ever.

Please enjoy the video below and the best top 10 international goal scorers list above.




High Scoring Soccer And 3 Youth Soccer Drills

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High scoring soccer and 3 youth soccer drills that will help put the ball in the net.

Seeing the end result after years of practice is the exactly what pros go through to be good at soccer.

Helpful youth soccer drills will create better players, and these videos of high scoring soccer will be

everyday occurrence as the pros get better here in the US. Passing the ball through defenders into

space for your team mate to run onto it is very important to learn. Also keep your crossing the ball

into the box area between the 6 yd line and the 14 yd spot is probably the most dangerous area to

defend against. A good cut back from when you dribble to the end line should be passed back towards

the 4 yrd/ 5yd area for an easy tap-in goal when attacking the end line. Spacing with your other offensive

players is critical when someone shoots at goal, because many deflections of defenders can end up in

front of the goal, and having everyone in one spot leaves an easy goal shot as a missed chance. Brad

Davis of the Houston Dynamo is a great example of learning how to chip the ball with pace in a very

short distance. Also Brad puts the ball at the 6 yd area for his teammate to head it home, a great

example of touch on the chip and spacing of all the Dynamo players on the goal scored. Again, many

youth drills work on just touching the ball lightly to get a feel of how the ball reacts. Watch these videos

for some high scoring soccer and 3 youth soccer drills that can help get them their next goal. [Read more…]

Three Best Shooting Drills For U10 to U16

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Three best shooting drills for U10 to U16 knowing all positional field players will be called upon in

sometime in a game to shoot on goal, hoping to at least keep the ball on frame(goal). The key tips

are below and links to the drills. Number one, keep your knee over the ball as you strike the shot, this

will help in shooting the ball over the goal. Number two, don’t over power the ball, the idea is to hit it

clean and straight, too much power means over the bar. Number three, try not the lean back, keep your

body straight or slightly over the ball will keep it down for the most part. Remember many times a shot

is many times just a hard pass if you can picture that in your mind as you are preparing for the shot.

Also, angles are more important than power and speed of the ball, power comes later as you get better

technique. Final tip, a ball on goal(target) has a chance to score, it’s better to hit the ball slightly softer

to insure a chance to score. MLS Cup is coming soon, watch for some great shooting to win a championship, that will be you one day. [Read more…]

Teaching Goal Scoring To U9,U11,U13,U14,U15,U16

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Teaching goal scoring to U9,U11,U13,U14,U15,U16 using the MLS playoffs as great examples of

pressure strikes at goal. Working in the attacking third to keep the ball moving to open space wide,

then angle back into the 6 yd/14 yd danger area is the goal of any good offensive attack. Using ball

flicks off throw in head balls to excellent follow up on half volley shots, the goal is to spread out so

defensive deflections can become sometimes your best assist. In the Sporting KC match, you will see

both, a defensive deflection in front of the net right to Aurelien Collins and a beautiful half volley follow up

from Seth Sinovic. Another important offensive technique is the free kick cross into dangerous area,

witness Morales from Real Salt Lake not only do it once but twice in the same match for great scoring

opportunities. Crossing the ball into the 6 to 14 yard mark is so important but the spacing of the players

not to all go into the same area is even more important for the chance of the ball coming open to a

better shooting angle. These MLS videos are excellent for teaching goal scoring to U9,U11,U13,U14,U15,U16 players.



Faster Soccer Skills And Better Soccer Scores

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Faster soccer skills and better soccer scores is what every high school player is looking to improve.

As you watch matches, look for how the forwards are using pace and timing runs to get spacing away

from defenders. Changing the various speeds of dribbling and save that one blast of speed to get by that

one challenge that can change the game. The head ball spacing as you wait for a free kick to come

back into the box to the follow up that every offensive player should be hunting for til the play ends.

Work on finding space so that the first touch on any pass or deflection towards you can set you up for a

solid strike at goal. Remember, balls don’t always come to you with pace, sometimes YOU have to

move to the ball to win the possession, that’s rule #1. Midfielders pass the ball with pace t the forwards

keeping the ball moving towards the goal, and always follow up, defenders do make mistakes.

Sometimes the post becomes the best defender, shots on frame no matter the pace, always keeps the

danger inside the 6 yard box. Take a look at these MLS matches and see if you can pick out the faster soccer skills and better soccer scores of these pro’s. [Read more…]

Drills For Soccer Skills Keeping The Ball On Target

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Drills for soccer skills keeping the ball on target is one key elements soccer coaches look for from

time to time. Knowing that all positional field players will be called upon in some game to shoot on

goal, hoping to at least keep the ball on frame(goal). The key tips are:

1. Keep your knee over the ball as you strike the shot, this will help in shooting the ball over the goal

2. Don’t over power the ball, the idea is to hit it clean and straight, too much power means over the bar

3. Try not the lean back, keep your body straight or slightly over the ball will keep it down for the most part

4. The shot is many times just a hard pass if you can picture that in your mind as you are preparing for the shot

5. Angles are more important than power and speed of the ball, power comes later as you get better technique

6. A ball on goal(target) has a chance to score, it’s better to hit the ball slightly softer to insure a chance to score

Many drills have been shown for teaching goal scoring, here are some MLS results of drills for soccer

skills keeping the ball on target. [Read more…]