PREMIER GOALKEEPING ACADEMY
One of the first questions I get asked when a college or professional coach calls me to inquire about a keeper is
“how good is his/her decision making?”.
There are a lot of good shot stoppers out there, but this is one aspect of goalkeeping. To become the best you can be, and separate yourself from the competition, you need to work on decision making. When to come out, when to stay. When to speed the game up, when to slow it down. How to organize a wall or corner kick.
Most teams never or very rarely work on this within the team environment, yet come game time, you are expected to be perfect on decision making. Very hard to do unless you have the the opportunity to work on it.
P.GK.A. camps are designed to help achieve just this....Great decision making!
Ian Feuer designs each camp with decision making on
“shot stopping, one v ones, crossing and distribution” as the main focus. We create game situations which are needed to advance your knowledge of what to do during game changing moments.
The camps compliment the private sessions (which focus more on technique) and will help you become a better, more knowledgeable keeper.
During a game the keeper simply doesn’t get the necessary game related repetitions needed to advance their decision making process.
P.GK.A. camps will give each keeper the repetitions needed to raise their level to new heights.
The progressions i have seen during these specified camps has been amazing and it’s always exciting to see what we all can achieve.
I guarantee you will love every second of taking your game to new levels!