Secrets to Scoring Goals
Golden Goal Scoring Newsletter 2009
ANALISA ROMANO SCORES 4 GOALS IN FIRST GAME AFTER ATTENDING THE GOLDEN GOAL SCORING COURSE
After some intense days at John’s Golden Goal Scoring Course Analisa Romano scored 4 goals in her first game since she started the course.
“That’s more goals than the whole team has scored in the last 4 games,” said her coach Gerry Gentile.“ And three of those goals came directly from the new attitude and information she acquired at the course.”
Analisa wasn’t the team’s top goal scorer before the course but she certainly paid attention to John’s unique teaching methods to make the effort to change her game. She led the team in scoring and also won the league scoring title in the OYSL.
“Sometimes you can’t tell on the field or in the class who is really grasping the unique and specific information given and who is not. Scoring is all in the mind. Sometimes I even forget simple things when I’m demonstrating. Simple things like keeping focused throughout the skill. Things I teach. It’s human and you will need to review it over and over and self analyze yourself constantly”, says DeBenedictis.
“Most players grasp the concepts on the field because I’m there to remind them with each shot but it takes self discipline to take that information and apply it in games. My techniques for teaching goal scoring are all about giving players the right guidelines in a unique way to make players do the right things when they have a chance to score. At the end of the day it’s the student who will need to apply the information in a game. Analisa showed she could score in the field sessions but was also able to take it to game situations.”
Gerry Gentile, her coach said that Analisa was on a tear since taking the course. “She even got called up by the Under 21 team and scored 3 goals for them in that game. Analisa’s playing with a lot more confidence. “
Just prior to taking the course Analisa was dropped from going any further with the Provincial program. Three months after taking the course she went to train in Italy. She impressed the coaches so much by her scoring ability that she was called up to train with the Italian National U19 team because her grand parents were from Italy and made her eligible for the team.
Unfortunately, they could not get her carded in time for the U19 World Cup in China because the team roster was already submitted to FIFA prior to the Italians discovering her.
DeBenedictis said, " you cannot blame the coaches who cut her from the Provincial team because if you have a number of similar players with the same skill set, you're going to pick the player who's most likely going to score more goals. That obviously wasn't the case before the course. Those extra secrets made the difference in her play so much so that she went on to win the goal scoring title in the Province's top league."
The psychological skills that players will acquire in the course will stay with them forever because of the powerful method that they are delivered. She continued to score goals and won the Golden Boot for most goals at the tournament in Barcelona a couple of years later. Analisa also got featured in the magazine, Panorma Italia. http://www.panoramitalia.com/en/sports/calcio/soccer-player-annalisa-romano/303/
Good things will happen when you score more goals and the investment in this course can make all the other costs you incur trying to get expert training worthwhile. The good thing, it only takes 3 days!
Way to go Analisa!