Category Archives: COACHES

A Coach’s State of Mind

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SPECIAL Research in football – An Investigation into the Coaching Approach of a Successful World Class Soccer Coach: Anson Dorrance – footballscience.net | Soccer, Football, Training, Testing, Recovery, Injury Prevention, Conditioning and other interesting topics

SPECIAL Research in football – An Investigation into the Coaching Approach of a Successful World Class Soccer Coach: Anson Dorrance – footballscience.net | Soccer, Football, Training, Testing, Recovery, Injury Prevention, Conditioning and other interesting topics.

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Are you the Ideal Youth Coach?

Are you the Ideal Youth Coach?.

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10U soccer coach fired for only caring about winning

Originally posted on CoachDeck:
You could say he embodies everything wrong about parent coaches. Or you could say he is trying to make boys into men. But the parents had their say, and Justin Byrne of the Chalfont St Peter’s…

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‘Dad, that referee was rubbish’. Is this the time to construct a new reality in sport?

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10 mistakes of a beginner coach – Part 1

Originally posted on Coach Growth:
Part 1 of 2 Jeff Mitchell – Community Coach Advisor – Sport Auckland / GACU Making mistakes is an important part of developing as a coach. Which is good, because as a beginner coach I made…

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Why do we coach?

If you don’t like chess and you don’t like groups of kids who sometimes just want to break loose and kick the ball around or tumble around on the field – run now but keeping your kids and other kids … Continue reading

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Keep It Simple

Brian Clough was notorious for a lot of things but what I really took to was his communication of tactics. He didn’t issue a white paper on the other team, he didn’t go through complicated schemes on a white board. … Continue reading

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