Throw-in advantages

When most people think of throw-in training they imagine that it’s all about long throw-ins towards the opponent’s goal.
 

Throw-in training of situations where the player is under pressure in his own half or in the middle of the pitch is often neglected, but is just as important.
 

I have analysed several hundred football games and most teams loose the ball in 50 - 70% of the situations where throw-ins are taken under pressure.
 

There are three reasons for this:
 

The players don’t throw long enough, and thus don’t have a large enough target area.
 

The player taking the throw-in is not aware of the best option for delivering the ball.
 

The team hasn’t worked enough on ball-retention in their own half.
 

I can help your team improve all these factors.
 

The following is an example of how an improved throw-in distance can increase the thrower’s target area:

 

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“We have witnessed time and time again how much our players improve after just a few short sessions with Thomas. Our throw-ins are a dangerous weapon. We have a handful of players who can throw the ball 30 meters rather than just the one—and we have seen how our stats improve as our throw-in distances extend.

Altogether, being associated with Thomas is nothing short of a gift. There is no disputing that our long throw-ins are a major asset for us. If you want your team to benefit from the extraordinary weapon of a long throw-in, Thomas is your guy.”
 
Kristian Bach Bak – FC Midtjylland Assistant Coach

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Thomas Grønnemark

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Two of my clubs FC Midtjylland and AC Horsens have scored 20 goals from the Long Throw-in in the 2018-19 season.