Hockey: The Skills of the Game

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Crowood, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 121 pages
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This book is part of a series of instructional sports books written by some of the country's leading sports coaches. All the skills and techniques of hockey are tackled in this book which emphasizes the belief that participants at all levels should base their play on the techniques displayed in the international arena and stresses the value of small-sided games in learning these techniques. The author is an experienced coach and former Great Britain International. In the Hockey Association, he has held the posts of National Coach, Chief National Coach and Director of Coaching and he is also an FIH Coach.

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Contents

Contents Introduction
1
Skills
5
Team Play
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