Taking Chip Shots in Soccer 
Taking Chip Shots in Soccer
by eHow / Mark Wilson
Video Lecture 2 of 7
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Date Added: July 14, 2009

Lecture Description


In this video lesson, Expert Mark Wilson teaches how to use a chip shot to kick a soccer ball over the goalie and into the goal.



Transcript: MARK WILSON: "Hi! I'm Mark Wilson from United Soccer Academy. We are here today with Expert Village and we are taking a look at some shooting techniques, and we are going to look how we take a chip shot. In order to take a chip shot, you want to try and kick the ball over the top of the goal keeper to dip into the goal, so we have to be aware of the goalkeeper's positioning. When the goalkeeper is not in the goal on his or her goal line, that is a opportunity for use to take a chip shot. The technique behind taking a chip shot, it involves getting underneath the ball to create loft so that the ball will then come back down and into the back of the net. Let's show that with the demonstrators. Our non kicking foot is placed beside the ball, our kicking foot, with the toe down, gets underneath the ball to create the chip that we require, over the goalkeeper and into the goal. That is how we take a chip shot."

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Course Description


In this beginner soccer skills video series, Soccer Expert Mark Wilson gives 7 video lessons on How To Kick a Soccer Ball. Get ball shooting tips and moves to improve your game. This expert soccer coach will show you how to shoot with power, how to do a header, how to swerve, how to shoot a tight angle shot and more.

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