In soccer, ideally, you should ensure that each dribble and motion of dribbling that the team players makes will lead to situation that creates opportunities to score. If you are aiming towards coaching each player to have diverse dribbling tricks, then you can start by coaching them basics and lead up into highly developed techniques as you they progress.
The most important mechanics for any player who is learning the basics of dribbling techniques is where to set all of their strength. Many players know they have to move their feet in order to dribble. That’s fine. From one prospective moving their feet is the first think. Instead of concentrating on foot work, you will want to concentrate on teaching how to use and strengthen their legs in coordination with the rest of their body. Waist and thighs also control the movement of players feet, giving them more options for controlling the ball. You will also want to teach players how to dribble in a cross run, giving them the ability to penetrate through defenses with more selections and choices. While they are dribbling, you must make sure that they are able to keep their head up and away from the ball so they can see the space in the field and quickly decide their next move.
After you cover the basics of dribbling, then you can include techniques into the movement of the ball. The first of these is learning how to change direction while dribbling. When you are doing basic dribbles, your feet will be hip width apart and your knees will be bent. When you change direction while dribbling a soccer ball, you will be capable to twist your body while you are dribbling into a completely different position, giving you more lead way to get past defense and create an opportunity. Another trick is to combine foot work with the dribble. For example, you can fake moving one way, then turn to move another, giving yourself more open space to advance the ball. You can do this same thing by feinting, meaning that you dribble the ball enough to move the defense out of your way, giving a clear shot to the goal.
Learning how to combine footwork with the way that the ball is moving is dribbling beyond the basics. When you begin to teach others how to move with the ball and how to combine different actions of movement with the game, you will have the ability to give options for moving past the defender(s) and into the targeted area.