Monthly Archives: July 2014

Raymond Verheijen Discusses Periodisation and Coach Education with RMC

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World Cup floppage

Originally posted on CoachDeck:
Someone took the time to rewind every one of the penalties called in this year’s World Cup and rate whether the calls were warranted, or whether flopping was involved. Some of these are pretty funny, or…

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WORLD CUP SERIES BREAKDOWNS – CAHILL VS HOLLAND (BEST GOAL SO FAR)

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The five best keepers of the World Cup…so far

Originally posted on The Ball is Round:
Normally in these major tournaments we see more keepers who fall into the “oh dear” bracket rather than the “Wow” one.  In general, the goalies have had a good tournament so bar, with…

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Neuer the Keeper Sweeper

Originally posted on Soccer Coaching Blog | Professional Soccer Coaching Advice:
Joachim Löw played his defenders in a very high line against Algeria which with the heat and not exactly speed players seemed like a risky strategy with balls over the…

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Five things from….Belgium 2 USA 1

Originally posted on The Ball is Round:
Back by popular request for potentially his last run out in the World Cup is Andy Mack with his view from downtown Manhattan on the mood in the US Camp for their game…

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Five things from….France 0 Germany 1

Originally posted on The Ball is Round:
We had a bet at home that the 1982 Battiston incident would be mentioned within 30 seconds of the TV coverage. We were wrong – it was 45 seconds and then it seemed…

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CAN WE OVER-COACH KIDS?

We’ve all heard complaints about coaches who don’t do enough. (“He barely said a word all season! The kids didn’t learn anything!”) But is there a down side to coaches who coach too much? Is it possible that at the … Continue reading

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