If they can make a routine save look easy and a hard save look routine. As well as punting the ball and talking to you players. I am a trained goalie and this is what I've been told be my personal trainer (he coaches a college team)
you can never really become the best goalkeeper, as some people will always disagree, but to become one of the best, you need raw talent, and potential, and dedication.
It takes a heck of a lot longer than you may think to get to good level.
Practice, practice and more practice. It is the only way to do it. You need to be fit, flexible and agile with good hand eye co-ordination and an intelligent footballing mind.
There is really no other way than going to your local team and showing you have the ability as well as an interest in this position.
Be constantly alert and watch the ball at all times.
to be a good goalie your first concern should be your weaker side that's what us attack guys look for and your stance is also a HUGE factor
The goalkeeper needs to have good eyesight, strong arms and should be agile , he should be quick on his feet as well.The goalkeeper must watch the ball only for the whole game.
Practice my friend, Practice.
I'd have to do some checking, but it might be Manon Rheaume, who attempted to become the first female NHL player....she was a goalie...
The fattest man in the world cannot be a hockey goalie because the position requires flexibility, which cannot be shown by such a fat person.
Train a lot, be quik and agile, maybe do some arm trainigs, and ask a soccer-club near your place to become a goalie in a team.
No, there isn't a goalie in basketball.
If you're good enough to become an NHL goalie, I would go that route. If you're smart enough and dedicated enough to become a plastic surgeon, that would be good. If you just want a steady paycheck and like having a little power, police officer is probably a really good job for you.
Yes you can, Goalie or no goalie :)
You should have someone throw you a ball and catch while moving side to side in the goal.
It all depends on how you touch them, if the goalie has possession, and if the goalie is dribbling the soccer ball.
Yes, as long as they are in the goalie box