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how to make a strong pass and shot
strong passes are all about technique. Good transfer of weight from back foot to front foot. Keeping good balance through the pass. If doing a shoulder pass that the ball is high, you have a elbow inline with shoulder and your arm is at right angles with your body and ball is sitting on your hand. that you swing from behind the body and push through the should with the ball being released in front of the body and that the last thing to touch the ball is your fingers and the fingers point to where the ball is going. your eyes must be on the destination of the pass during all of this and your chest up and knees soft. it is very technical but once you have the technique right the strength will come with practise. this is for the australian way of shoulder passing (new zealand do it differently). there are also so many other types of passes but i picked the most common. but there are chest, over head, lob, bounce ect too...and these all have techniques required.
Shooting too is very technical. prob the best way is to go to the library or look online for video or explanation on how to do the perfect shot and what are some really good drills to use.
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