Coaching Soccer Successfully

Author: Roy Rees
Editor: Human Kinetics Publishers
ISBN: 9780736046091
File Size: 39,21 MB
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In the first edition of Coaching Soccer Successfully, Roy Rees and Cor van der Meer combined nearly 90 years of international experience for the ultimate coaching guide. Now they're back with a brand-new edition offering even more insight on the tactical side of the game. A former professional player in the English Football League, Roy Rees has more than 40 years of coaching at the youth, college, professional, and World Cup level. Cor van der Meer got his start in the Netherlands on the Dutch National Youth team, and now his career spans a half-century as a coach, player, and administrator. Together, these two veterans of the sport cover every aspect of the game, from tactical instruction to the planning, preparation, and performance evaluations essential for building a stronger team. Coaching Soccer Successfullyis loaded with photographs, diagrams, and tactical options designed to give you the game-winning edge in actual match situations. From offense to defense, Coaching Soccer Successfullyoffers effective methods for teaching individuals, small groups, and whole squads with drills that make practice fun, interactive, and gamelike. In addition to diagrams and photographs that highlight successful game play, Coaching Soccer Successfullygives you the tools you need to build a better program, determine your coaching philosophy, and communicate effectively with players and parents. From preparing young players to planning for matches, this book takes you into the trenches for the inside edge. Whether you teach girls' or boys' soccer at the junior high level or beyond, you'll love the direct, nuts-and-bolts approach to soccer instruction provided in this book. In Coaching Soccer Successfully, Rees and van der Meer share a wealth of knowledge and experience on effective leadership, organization, and evaluation advice. This is an excellent guide to getting the job done, on and off the field.

Coaching Soccer Successfully

Author: Coach Scott Haywood
Editor: Fastpencil Incorporated
ISBN: 9781607462927
File Size: 15,27 MB
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Coaching Soccer Successfully was created by Coach Scott Haywood of Back of the Net Soccer Academy. Coach Haywood has been teaching the "Beautiful Game" for over 35 years. Scott's playing career spans nearly 30 years playing college and Olympic Development Program soccer, as well as try-out stints with professional franchises in the North American Soccer League (NASL) and Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) before landing with Quicksilver Football Club for 7 years. Scott's coaching experience ranges from 5 year olds up to Division I College programs. He has his A license from the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and the Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). He obtained his Brazilian Coaching License from the Brazilian Soccer Federation and is the only American born soccer coach to earn the FA International License from the English Foot Ball Association. Scott is a licensed coaching instructor with USSF and NSCAA and is also highly recommended by the Soccer Association for Youth (SAY). He is the founder and director of Back of the Net Soccer Academy. Coach Haywood is also the Head Men's Soccer Coach at Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville, Virginia.

Coaching Girls Soccer Successfully

Author: Debra A. LaPrath
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492583847
File Size: 69,18 MB
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Build a winning girls' soccer program, on the field and off. In Coaching Girls' Soccer Successfully, one of the nation's top high school coaches, Debra LaPrath, shares her expertise on all aspects of coaching. From establishing a coaching philosophy to making decisions during a game, this is the approach that has made her program a perennial powerhouse. Coaching Girls' Soccer Successfully covers every aspect of the coach's role: -Developing and perfecting skills -Evaluating players and defining their roles -Organizing productive practices -Scouting and preparing for games -Adding variety to training -Developing leadership qualities -Motivating the team -Communicating on and off the field Featuring seasonal training plans, drills for developing fundamental to advanced skills, and advice for handling off-the-field challenges, Coaching Girls' Soccer Successfully is the most comprehensive resource available for novice and experienced coaches alike.

Soccer

Author: Joe Luxbacher
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736054355
File Size: 19,84 MB
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Presents progressive instruction on soccer techniques and team tactics, providing illustrated descriptions and over 155 drills.

Coaching Girls Soccer

Author: John DeWitt
Editor: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 0761532498
File Size: 53,26 MB
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A guide to coaching girls' soccer that includes information on the game's rules, drills and strategies, motivation, and other related topics.

Soccer

Author: Ashu Saxena
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1841263591
File Size: 48,81 MB
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Soccer Strategies for Sustained Coaching Success is a unique book about coaching soccer. In it, Ashu Saxena shares successful secrets for long-term player development, which is a current hot topic in the soccer world. This is a special resource that combines credibility, experiences of a coach who has coached U9-U19 age groups, and comprehensive coverage of coaching soccer.

The Practical Guide To Youth Soccer Coaching

Author: Jason Carney
Editor: Reedswain Inc.
ISBN: 9781591640547
File Size: 51,22 MB
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As a coach, there is no greater joy than seeing the improvement of players. The key to coaching youth soccer successfully is making practice sessions both fun and productive. Keeping the players interested in the game and excited about improvement is above all the task of the coach and this book provides invaluable advice and several fun competitive games that will motivate your players to learn how to play the right way. Included are games for Warm-up, Passing, Kicking Technique, Coordination, Shooting and Basic Tactics.

Soccer Skills And Drills

Author: James W. Lennox
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736056298
File Size: 66,90 MB
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Master all the fundamentals that matter on the pitch with Soccer Skills & Drills. This comprehensive instructional guide for players and coaches alike teaches the techniques necessary for success as well as games and drills to hone your skills to perfection. Learn to dribble, receive, pass, shoot, head, tackle, and guard the goal with guidance from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, the top coaches' organization in the United States. Then use the 80 progressively arranged games and drills to practice those skills in competitive situations and small-sided games. The insightful teaching points and effective practice activities will reinforce your execution of the fundamentals and expand your repertoire of techniques and tactics. Dozens of photographs and diagrams are provided to help you visualize the technical instruction, while the application of each skill is described from both tactical and positional perspectives. More than a drill book, Soccer Skills & Drills is the information-packed resource that will elevate any player's game!

Offensive Soccer Tactics

Author: Jens Bangsbo
Editor: Human Kinetics Publishers
ISBN: 9780736003094
File Size: 52,71 MB
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Describes the offensive soccer tactics used by many of the world's best teams and explains how coaches can improve their players' possession play and goal-scoring opportunities.

Coaching Ymca Winners Soccer

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Editor: Y M C A of the U. S. A.
ISBN: 9780736003346
File Size: 51,66 MB
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Coaching Soccer 6 To 10 Year Olds

Author: Giuliano Rusca
Editor: Reedswain Inc.
ISBN: 9781890946319
File Size: 56,12 MB
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From one of Italy's foremost youth soccer experts, this book offers suggestions for planning appropriate practice sessions for players of 6-10 years old.

The Best Of Soccer Journal

Author: Jay Martin
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Fachverlag und Buchhandel GmbH
ISBN: 178255713X
File Size: 15,69 MB
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The NSCAA continues their successful book series The Best of Soccer Journal with this new highly anticipated entry in the instructional soccer book field. The best coaches in the US describe how they get it done on the field. In addition, this book explores the Last Frontier the mental side of the game. Successful players and coaches must train the mind as well as the body to succeed and master the game!

Successful German Soccer Tactics

Author: Timo Jankowski
Editor:
ISBN: 1782557288
File Size: 12,82 MB
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A match plan describes a strategy that is used to be ideally prepared for the next match and be able to react to shifts in tactics or to particular match situations! In order to achieve the result you're aiming for, you have to have a plan. In soccer, you need a match plan. Some of the most successful soccer coaches devise match plans for every one of their team's matches. This book aims to provide every soccer aficionado with a practical insight into the topics of match ideas, tactics, match systems and match plans using easy-to-understand language. On that basis, the author identifies advant.

Advanced Soccer Drills

Author: Colin E. Schmidt
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780880116145
File Size: 63,77 MB
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Provides sixty-nine drills that focus on high-level skills and tactics, according to specific objectives

Catch Them Being Good

Author: Tony Dicicco
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 110116607X
File Size: 58,75 MB
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This guide to coaching female athletes of all ages shows how to build a team and provides invaluable advice on the differences between coaching males and females. The authors include exercises that foster teamwork and develop essential skills. They also answer parents' most common questions, such as how to tell if the coach is doing a good job and what to do if a child wants to quit. Filled with stories about the Olympic and World Cup championship teams, this useful handbook is infused throughout with DiCicco's philosophy that at every level playing soccer (or any sport) is about "playing hard, playing fair, playing to win, and having fun."

Facility And Equipment Management For Sportdirectors

Author: John Olson
Editor: Human Kinetics Publishers
ISBN:
File Size: 48,34 MB
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"Written by one of the nation's premier athletic administrators, Facility and Equipment Management for Sportdirectors is your tool kit for carrying out day-to-day managerial responsibilities. Inside you'll find oven methods for inspecting, repairing, and replacing equipment and facilities. The book's 47 forms and 21 facilities inspection checklists - which you can us 'as is' or adapt to meet your specific needs - will save you time and help ensure the success of your program" (from cover).

Coaching Soccer

Author: National Soccer Coaches Association of America
Editor: Contemporary Books
ISBN:
File Size: 19,70 MB
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Covers fundamental skills, offensive and defensive strategy, conditioning, and motivational techniques in a handboook for coaches

Coaching Youth Soccer

Author: John P. McCarthy
Editor: Betterway Books
ISBN: 9781558701441
File Size: 32,60 MB
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Introduces the skills of dribbling, juggling, passing, and receiving the ball, discusses field positions and strategies, and offers advice on warmups, conditioning, and practice drills.