Today's featured World Cup matchup is England vs Panama. Panama got off to a 3-0 loss to Belgium in their first ever
Today’s featured World Cup matchup is England vs Panama. Panama got off to a 3-0 loss to Belgium in their first ever World Cup game. They’re facing a tough group with their first two matches against European powerhouse teams of Belgium and England. Panama is still looking for their first World Cup goal and I can imagine the celebration will be epic once it finally comes.
The Three Lions is the nickname given to the English national team by their fans because of the 3 lions on their crest. If you’re a fan of the English Premier League then you’ll be familiar with everyone on the roster of the England team since they all play in the EPL. With scoring power from the likes of these players there’s no reason that England shouldn’t be able to put a few balls in the back of the net:
- Harry Kane (Tottenham)
- Raheem Sterling (Manchester City)
- Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)
- Danny Welbeck (Arsenal)
- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United
- Eric Dier (Tottenham)
- Jesse Lingard (Manchester United)
- Dele Alli (Tottenham)
In honor of the talent packed English national team today’s Dribble Up playlist is called Three Lions and features the following drills:
- Strong Rolls
- Strong Rolls to Side Taps
- Sole Flicks
- Sole Flicks Alternating Roll
- Push Outs
- Outside Tap and Push Outs
- Right Foot In & Out Rolls
- Left Foot In & Out Rolls
- V Taps
The World Cup Dribble Up footskills contest for today is supported by iSport360. Ian Goldberg, founder of iSport360, created the site to let coaches provide feedback to youth players and parents. It defines age appropriate standards that a player should be able to acheive during their season.
iSport360 looks at technical, tactical, physical, and life skills that a player at a certain age should be working on. It lets their coach rate the players development relative to the standard. The idea is that a player’s coach can evaluate a player once or twice a season and share where the player stands with kid and the family.
One big benefit to the system is it helps a player to understand what areas they need to work on and gives them a chance to improve. Some players might choose not to put in extra work but players who want to get better know what areas need improvement.
iSport360 made it easier for coaches to get started by setting up simple imports from team management software like TeamSnap. It is a time consuming process for the coach to perform an evaluation for each player but a system like iSport360 helps keep it organized and makes it easier for coaches to stay current on evaluations and share the results with families.
You don’t have to be a coach to sign a player up for iSport360. You can register your player for the player evaluation system today.
Here are the steps for how you can work on your footskills and win V-Bucks for Fortnite – Dribble Up World Cup
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