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Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football: A practical perspective on the most unique position in sport

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Do you coach goalkeepers and want to help them realise their fullest potential? Are you a goalkeeper looking to reach the top of your game? Then search no further and dive into this dedicated goalkeeping resource.

Goalkeeping is a unique and often undervalued role within a football team. It can be a lonely position with exclusive physical, psychological and tactical demands placed upon the person donning the gloves. The man between the sticks must be able to perform a multitude of tasks to prevent goals going in, but also operate so the 'last line of defence' becomes the first line of attack.

Written by goalkeeping guru Andy Elleray this book offers a fresh and innovative approach to goalkeeping in football. With a particular emphasis on the development of young goalkeepers, it sheds light on training, player development, match performances, and player analysis. Utilising his own experiences Andy shows the reader various approaches, systems and exercises that will enable goalkeepers to train effectively and appropriately to bring out the very best in them. Practice and theory are merged together to create a highly practical book with its roots in the latest research and thinking.

> Combat issues such as anxiety and nerves by boosting confidence and concentration

> Delve into cutting edge video and performance analysis systems and implementations

> Utilise alternative games-based training methods to bring out the best in goalkeepers

> Develop the physical attributes needed to be a top goalkeeper

> Learn about specific goalkeeping research, including physiology and biomechanics

> Explore training methodologies from around the world

Who this book is for. This book is aimed primarily at coaches and performance analysts who train young goalkeepers between the ages of 9 and 18. However, players of all ages will benefit from the information and advice contained within, and anyone with an interest in goalkeeping, the science behind player development, and innovative coaching will find valuable knowledge and direction in the book.
Chapter 1 - Goalkeeping Psychology
 A Goalkeeper’s Life
 The Nuts and Bolts
 Confidence
 Coping with Anxiety
 Decision Making
 Motivation
 Concentration and Attention
 Goal Setting
 Imagery and Visualisation
 Self-talk
 Dealing with Mistakes
 Communication
 Summary
Chapter 2 - Goalkeeping Physiology and Athletic Development
 Physical Importance
 What Do Goalkeepers Do?
 Give Me Energy…
 The Physical Demands of Goalkeeping
 Starting the Journey
ater on…
 Physical Goalkeeping Attributes
 Strength
 Power
 Plyometrics
 Physical Speed & Reaction Time
 Agility
 Flexibility
 Test Me!
 Injury Prevention
 Summary
Chapter 3 - Goalkeeping Biomechanics
 What is Biomechanics?
 Let’s Get Technical
 Incorporating Other Sports
 Summary
Chapter 4 - Goalkeeping Performance & Video Analysis: Part 1
 Performance Analysis in General
 Why Use Video Analysis?
 See the Match Differently
 Video Analysis in Training
 Real Working Example
 Another Example
 The iPad
 Developing Feedback
 Structures of Feedback
 Summary
Chapter 5 - Goalkeeping Performance & Video Analysis: Part 2
 Distribution Systems
 Goalkeeper Distribution Analysis System
 Explanation of Recording Sheet
 Summary of the System
 Saving SnapShot
 Extra Analysis…
 Age Appropriate?
 Summary
Chapter 6 - Goalkeeping Practice
Coach, when should I be a goalkeeper…?
 Specifics
 Practice…Practice…Practice?
 Goalkeeper Training Spectrum
 Examples
 Skills
 The Importance of Distribution
 Some Other Thoughts…
 Summary
Chapter 7 - Goalkeeping Research
 Goalkeeper Analysis Applied Research
 ISPAS World Congress – 2012
 ISPAS Presentation Explained
 TGfU Based Research
 Summary
hapter 8 - Games Based Goalkeeper Training
 An Introduction intoTeaching Games for Understanding
 The Games
 Goalkeeping Bulldog
 American Goalkeeper
 Coloured Cone Games
 Dodgy Keeper!
 Circuit Training
 Goalkeeper’s Volleyball
 Goalkeeper’s Tennis
 Goalkeeper’s Tennis (No Hands)
 Keeper Combat
 Basket-Keeper
 Bench-ball
 Face and Dive
 Follow the Keeper
 Lines
 Piggy in the Middle
 Back Ball/Knees
 Keeper’s Union
 Mini Match
Warm Up Goals
 Touch Rugby
 Keeping with the Hands
Chapter 9 - Games Based Handling and Shot Stopping
 Four Goal Game
 Triangle Goal Game
 Double Team
 Quick Attack
 The Circle of Saves
 Team Keeper
 Own Goal
 Zones
 Outnumbered
 Multi-Goal
 Get To The Next One!
 Backwards and Forwards
 Goalie-Ball
The Pit
 Choices
 Back to Back
 Inside Out
 Testing the Angles
 Boomerang
 Back 2 Goal
 Stay in Control!
 Beat the Goalie
 Ball Out!
Chapter 10 - Games Based Footwork and Distribution
 Obstacle Course
Slalom
 Moving Goal
 The ‘Footlympics’
 Footlympics: Jumping Circuit
 Footlympics: Get The Ball
 Footlympics: Coloured Feet
 Footlympics: Andy Agility Meter
 Footlympics: Coloured Batak
 Back Pass
 No Bounce
 Goalkeeper Bowls
 Distribution Gates
 Accuracy
 1v1 Situations
 Gate Keeper
 Keeper in the Middle
 Crocodiles
 Parallel Goals
 Reaction 1 v 1
 Goals Galore
Crossing
 Cross Goal
 Don’t Cross Me!
 Summary
Chapter 11 - Training Methodologies and The Future
 Goalkeeping in Poland (Daniel Pawlowski)
 Spanish Methodology (Iñaki Samaniego)
 Vision and Awareness for Goalkeepers (Kevin McGreskin)
 Goalkeeping Innovation (Glenn Robertson)
 GK Icon (Richard Lee)
 Summary
Chapter 12 - Conclusion

About The Author

Andy Elleray is a self-confessed goalkeeping fanatic having worked at all levels of football – within coaching and performance analysis. He holds an honours degree in Sports Science and a Master’s degree in Sports Coaching, he is a UEFA qualified coach and holds the highest accreditation as a performance analyst through ISPAS (The International Society of Performance Analysis of Sport).

Andy has worked at a variety of different professional clubs and within some highly esteemed academies. Assisting top level coaches and creating numerous goalkeeper coaching support and coaching systems, he also conducts goalkeeping research and has previously spoken at high profile goalkeeping conferences and the World Analysis Congress where his research, ideas and approach have been well received. His passion is simply to open up the position of the goalkeeper within the team dynamic and create different ways in which performance can be enhanced and monitored. Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football is destined to become one of the most talked about goalkeeping books to date - offering a unique perspective of the position. 
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