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    • 1.

      Soccer Training Games and Drill Conditions


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-02-14
      Small sided games and soccer drills can be varied greatly by adding a few extra rules to condition the players. Conditions can be used to make the drills harder or easier depending what you want the o...
    • 2.

      Young Soccer Players And The Stages Of Learning


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-03-05
      When a new skill is learned there are three stages of the development, the mental, practice and automatic stage.Throughout these three stages your input into the learning cycle will differ according t...
    • 3.

      Goal Setting For Better Soccer Team Performance!


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-03-27
      Having goals can increase effort because the players have a means of measuring their performance and contribution against.SMART goals have long lasting motivation benefits.When you review performance ...
    • 4.

      Assessing Individual Players


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-05-01
      Many youth soccer coaches have little knowledge about analysing a teams weaknesses especially those who have 'been' volunteered to run the local team.A question often asked is "are there any specific ...
    • 5.

      Individual Player Assessment


      by Neil - 2007-05-02
      Uncovering the weakness in your soccer team does require some analysing of the team as a whole and is something many junior soccer coaches struggle with.A question often asked is "are there any spe...
    • 6.

      Know Your Players Individual Skills


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-05-02
      Many youth soccer coaches have little knowledge about analysing a teams weaknesses especially those who have 'been' volunteered to run the local team.A question often asked is "are there any specific ...
    • 7.

      The Goalkeeper, The Forgotten Player In Your Team?


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-06-12
      Your Goal Keeper probably represents the single most important position on the pitch, yet how much specific training do you do with this player?I was very fortunate when I played as a youngster in tha...
    • 8.

      Goalkeeper Training, How Different Is It?


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-06-14
      A Goalkeeper can be a spectator for most of a match and yet when called into action must be ready and focused to stop the opposing teams attack in the blink of an eye. However, during training the Goa...
    • 9.

      What Specific Goalkeeper Training Do You Actually Do?


      by Neil - 2007-06-15
      A Goalkeeper can be a spectator for most of a match and yet when called into action must be ready and focused to stop the opposing teams attack in the blink of an eye. However, during training t...
    • 10.

      Why Children Be Encouraged To Play Soccer


      by Neil Stafford - 2007-06-26
      In today's media we are constantly being reminded of a health time bomb that is about to explode as children today are not active enough.There are so many competing distractions for our children's att...