Goalkeeper Psychology Tips: Joe Hart: Stay Focused for 90 Minutes
How do you stay focused for 90 minutes?
Pick up a few pointers by watching this short video from Joe Hart as he talks about concentration, staying on your toes and active in a game.
Playing for some teams, you can be not involved in the game for long periods Joe shares some tips:
- Work with the back four
- Move with the ball
- Adjust your position
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