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  • 3 Traits You Must Have To Be A Goal Scorer

    Diego Costa goal

    February 16, 2015 By Mat Herold

    “What is not normal is that we haven’t been scoring enough goals playing such good football as we’ve been playing in the last few weeks.” -Jose Mourinho         Scoring goals is what the game is about.  Whether its being a poacher who scores ugly goals, or being a big man who gets […]

  • Soccer Passing Over Long Ranges

    stephen gerard signs with la galaxy

    February 15, 2015 By Mat Herold

    With Stephen Gerard signing with the Galaxy, I am looking forward to seeing another European soccer star play in the MLS . In my opinion, Robbie Keane is a level above the rest on many aspects of his game –  the way he uses  his body, his ability to read the game, runs he makes, […]

  • A Letter To Injured Athletes

    neymar injury

    February 11, 2015 By Mat Herold

      Part of being a soccer player is having the courage to put our bodies on the line. Whether it is to get a small touch on the ball to redirect it in the back of the net, getting stuck in to win a 50/50 challenge, or pushing our bodies to run that extra sprint […]

  • Increase Soccer Speed With 2 Simple Methods

    lifting for soccer

    January 28, 2015 By Mat Herold

    Soccer performance demands and development are on the forefront of research these days and within the last year there have been some huge studies.  Not every study is done perfectly, but I think when they use large enough sample sizes and actual soccer athletes like they did in the cases below, there is a lot […]

  • Who Is The “Soccer Poet”?

    dan blank soccer poet

    February 4, 2015 By Mat Herold

     The Soccer Poet is none other than Dan Blank. His bio is at the bottom of this interview where you can find out more information about him. I am very confident that after you hear his insights on the game of soccer,  you will definitely want more of his knowledge bombs.  After reading one of […]