Guided by the experience and expertise of the internationally celebrated Coerver Coaching method, Make Your Move is the authoritative guide to mastering one on-one play, an essential soccer skill. Written by two international coaches who are the cofounders of Coerver Coaching, Make Your Move is the perfect guide for players, coaches, and parents looking for the simple keys to improving and expanding their soccer repertoire. Simple, clear, and profusely illustrated, here's how and when to choose and make the perfect move at just the right time. Recommended by FIFA, Coerver Coaching is recognized as the world's best soccer skills teaching method. Make Your Move groups twenty-six moves, eighteen drills, and games that Coerver Coaching uses in an at-home guide for coaches and young players to learn and master soccer's most expert skills. This practical and effective book is the next best thing to having a personal coach. Alfred Galustian began his soccer career in England with the Wimbledon football club. After an injury ended his player career, he earned coaching licenses in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Alfred is currently the International Director of Coerver Coaching WorldWide, as well as a technical instructor with some of the world's leading soccer clubs, including Arsenal (England), Bayern Munich (Germany), and Auxerre (France). He is also a director for the Lake Placid Soccer Center. Charlie Cooke forged a long soccer career, making 360 league and cup appearances for the Londoners, and playing in four Cup Finals to win the English Winners Cup in 1970 and the European Winners Cup in 1971. In the United States, Cooke played for the LA Aztecs, the MemphisRogues, and the California Surf of the North American Soccer League, as well as coached for the Witchita Wings in the Major Indoor Soccer League. He is currently the Director of Coerver Coaching Schools in the U.S., and runs his own soccer school at Kids First.Galustian, Alfred is the author of 'Make Your Move 26 Best 1 v 1 Soccer Moves', published 2005 under ISBN 9781592286980 and ISBN 1592286984.