FC HASENTAL’S training methodology utilizes technical development as the cornerstone to a players ability to become great. “We want all of our players to want the ball, to have fun with the ball, to be creative, to express themselves with the ball. As they develop a stronger command of the ball they develop a stronger knowledge of the game. Without technique you will have very little insight.” FCH Technical Director, Eric Warner.
Technical Development of the individual | Good Technique is defined by the players ability to maintain proper balance & body positioning, while executing a specific set of skills and exercises that pertain to the activities an individual player will execute throughout a soccer match with and without the ball.
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FC Hasental opened up the scoring in the 3’ of play on an Alberto Anguiano free kick that found the foot of center back, Thomas Araujo, for the 1:0 lead. NC Battalion answered within 3’ on a back post cross that was tapped in to make it 1:1 in the 7’ of play. FCH looked dangerous in the build up, which resulted in an Artigliere strike to put FCH up 2:1 in the 14’ of play. The best chance for Battalion came on a Penalty kick that was saved by FCH keeper, Alexis Garcia-Nunez.
The second half saw Garcia Nunez come up with another penalty save in the 55’. NC Battalion scored on the ensuing corner leveling the score at 2:2 in the 55’. Tempers boiled over in the 62’ resulting in a red card to a NC Battalion player for head butting FCH Striker, Cameron Artigliere. With 10 men and against the run of play, NC Battalion netted two goals to push the lead to 4:2 with 4’ to play. Artigliere scored his second on the day putting Hasental within a goal of earning a point. The 5’ of stoppage time expired and the 3 points went to the visitors, NC Battalion.
FCH will be back in action when they take on undefeated Albion Pros, June 18, 7pm kickoff, at Mission Bay High School in San Diego.