One of the Goals at Game 13352. Started with a penalty kick and then team effort to get a shot. That shot was blocked and then an amazing bicycle kick that put it in the net. Great team work.
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Please Note: This review film is in SD Not HD. The original film is HD and the final version will be HD. This film is NOT color corrected, edited, stabilized, zoomed or cropped. It is basic raw footage used as the reference track for the final DVD video. The time clock shown is not the game clock. It is for reference only for making notes. This is for player and coach review only. This film may or may not have audio. A separate audio recording is used for the final video production. The camera microphones usually have too much wind noise.
How you can benefit from this video
Review the game with your player. This is what the college and professional players do regularly. This is valuable to your player’s development. Ask a coach.
Have a pen and paper handy. Look for an action or play that is notable as in a Kodak Moment, e.g., foul, shot, blocks, tackle, goal. Be selfish, look for moments that make your player look good. Then note the action, player and time.
Turn in your notes as promptly as possible. This film will only be available for a limited time, usually up to one week after the game date. After that we begin the final editing and this raw footage is gone.
[Tournament], [Date], [Time], [Game #] or use the title of the video on Vimeo 00:20:05 Malia 17 header, goal
See examples of game notes here
Don’t Coach: Suggestions for Reviewing the Film with your Player
Strongly suggest that you refrain from criticizing your player using this film. My observation is these players know when they see a mistake. They also can benefit from seeing it for themselves. Make the review of the game a positive experience for both of you. We want them looking forward to the experience with you rather than being reluctant to get criticized. Again, my approach is to stay out of the coaching. If something needs to be adjusted, Coach will use the information to the benefit of your player, I am sure.
Goal Zone Video - Kodak Moments
These are highlights of some of the moments of play at the end zone. These are used to add to the game film for additional views and angles on the play. This trailer, so to speak, is just a preview of some of the content on the final cut of the DVD for this game.