World Cup 2006 Goals Analysed Day by Day, Using Daly’s Law of Creative, Attacking Soccer

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As interest among billions of soccer fans around the world reaches fever pitch today at the start of the month long World Cup 2006 in Germany, Daly’s Law Analysis announces its unique scientific analysis of all World Cup goals scored – and day by day publication of this same on its website for the benefit of soccer fans, players, coaches and managers everywhere.

As interest among billions of soccer fans around the world reaches fever pitch today at the start of the month long World Cup 2006 in Germany, Daly’s Law Analysis announces its unique scientific analysis of all World Cup 2006 goals – and day by day publication of this same on its website (http://www.dalyslaw.com) for the benefit of soccer fans, players, coaches and managers everywhere.

Terry Daly’s Law of Creative, Attacking Soccer is based on the English physicist Sir Isaac Newton’s Second and Third Laws of physical force and motion. It states that top creative, attacking player performance starts when the ball is weighted into space, deliberately or accidentally, so that the ball's horizontal pace is controlled by its vertical weight.

Daly’s Law Analysis will test every goal scored in every World Cup game in Germany against Daly’s Law of Creative, Attacking Soccer. ‘There can be no better or clearer test of Daly’s Law than the present World Cup 2006 in Germany,’ declares Terry Daly. ’I welcome this opportunity to prove once and for all that Daly’s Law Analysis is simply the best soccer analysis tool available.’

Daly’s Law of Creative, Attacking Soccer is the world’s first and only scientific theory of soccer. Its unique focus on the vertical and horizontal components of the ball’s movement and the interaction between these two elements, as well as their effect in creating time and space for the players, means that Daly’s Law relates directly to each and every moment of a soccer match, from start to finish.

Daly’s Law Analysis of all goals in the World Cup 2006 in Germany will identify the ‘start’ of every goal scored by locating the precise point where the ball’s horizontal force was controlled by its vertical weight, thereby allowing the player involved the time and space to ‘set’ himself properly to execute top creative, attacking player performance – and score a goal.

It is a safe prediction that a large number of the Daly’s Law ‘starts’ of goals scored throughout the present World Cup in Germany will arise either by accident – rebounds, defensive headers out or misplaced passes by the opposition – or from ‘set plays’ such as free kicks, corner kicks and penalty kicks. Daly’s Law explains all of these goal ‘starts’ because in each and every one of them the ball’s horizontal force is controlled by its vertical weight in space.

Daly’s Law Analysis is complimented by Daly’s Law Coaching. The latter programme corrects the central fallacy of conventional soccer coaching all across the world, namely the mistaken identification of ‘weight’ as a horizontal force in the movement of a ball, when ‘weight’ is, in fact, a vertical force instead.

Terry Daly is a former youth soccer star who now devotes himself exclusively to his present role as Internet mentor to soccer coaches and players all across the world.

Daly’s Law Coaching has already attracted the interest of one English Premier League (EPL) first team coach, an ex-England manager, an ex-Scotland manager, two U21 national team managers, and a host of A and B licensed soccer coaches from around the world.

Daly’s Law Analysis of all the World Cup goals scored each day in Germany is freely available to all those who visit http://www.dalyslaw.com.

About Daly’s Law Online

The Daly’s Law website (http://www.dalyslaw.com) is an affordable subscription website that enables soccer managers, coaches and players to ensure top soccer performance on a consistent basis. It does this via its unique coaching curriculum, game analysis system and ongoing individual advice and mentoring from Terry Daly himself.

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Terry Daly

Daly’s Law Coaching

+44(0)20 8888 2599

http://www.dalyslaw.com

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