Usborne, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Starting Soccer contains helpful tips and ad vice for young children to expand their interest in the spor t. Lots of games and activities are included to help readers with ball control and techniques to improve their game. '
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aim the ball alongside the ball ball crossed ball go ball goes ball is kicked balls back bend catch the ball challenger change legs circle coats control the ball Corner kick Count to eight crab crossed a sideline cushion the ball direct free direct free kick eleven-a-side feel a stretch feet foul happened goal area goal line goalkeeper hands head the ball heel indirect free kick inside instep Keep the ball Keep your eyes kick the ball kickoff kicks and throw-ins knee let the ball marker middle offsides opponent pass the ball Penalty kick Piggy quickly referee will give Referee's assistant roll the ball score goals serious fouls Shoes for playing shoot the ball shooter side Sliding tackle Small-sided games soccer someone Stand stolen the ball stop the ball straight take the ball team mate teammate thigh throws the ball touch the ball trick try to kick warm