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Tactical adjustment thru technical refinement and decision making

[I already don’t like the title of this. Overly complicated when the theme is really that simple adjustments to familiar drills and games can help players recognize and solve problems] My U13 team is doing very well this year. They … Continue reading

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U11 boys shooting: video analysis

I was working with my U11 boys gold team last night and used my phone to shoot some video. It really is a fantastic tool having a pocket size HD video recorder at training and I plan to use it … Continue reading

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Girls soccer: Are we really trying to play? (updated)

“These games, these track meets with jostling, they just don’t look very enjoyable to play in.” Part 1 Even Pellerud nailed it when he came here. He was hired to get the best results for the women’s national team possible … Continue reading

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This hits a little too close to the truth

Wow. While the overwhelming majority of parents I deal with are nothing like this, they do still exist. Whoever wrote it has spent a lot of time around U8 to U10 soccer games…

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