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Be the complete striker: Finish from three angles

Worming your way out of tight spaces and then finding space to finish is a challenge for any player – whether you're a pro or a once-a-week five-a-side merchant, but luckily are on hand with some of the best drills about.

This one involves a series of cones at the top of the penalty area. Quick dribbling is required, after which you’ll hone your 180 degree switches; after this you’ll perform a piece of skill and release your shot. Just the ticket for beating defenders when game-time comes round…

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Nick Moore
Nick Moore

Nick Moore is a freelance journalist based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. He wrote his first FourFourTwo feature in 2001 about Gerard Houllier's cup-treble-winning Liverpool side, and has continued to ink his witty words for the mag ever since. Nick has produced FFT's 'Ask A Silly Question' interview for 16 years, once getting Peter Crouch to confess that he dreams about being a dwarf.