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The Modern Soccer Coach

Author : Gary Curneen
ISBN : 190912544X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In recent years, player development has been a hot topic in the soccer world. With more pressure on coaches to win than ever before, the modern game seems to be less about actual players and more about tactical systems. In many places, the majority of training sessions are structured so that each player receives the same training as his or her teammates, even though they are asked to perform different functions. As a result, players do not receive specific feedback and lack the ability to produce functional skills in the heat of a game.Aimed at football coaches of all levels, and players of all ages and abilities, The Modern Soccer Coach: Position-Specific Training seeks to identify, develop, and enhance the skills and functions of the modern soccer player whatever their position and role on the pitch.This book offers unique insight into how to develop an elite program that can both improve players and win games. Filled with practical no-nonsense explanations, focused player drills, and more than 40 illustrated soccer templates, this book will help you - the modern coach - to create a coaching environment that will take your players to the next level.> Understand how the concept of player development needs to change as players progress in the game.> Examine how learning styles have changed and how coaches must adapt accordingly.> Enhance your players' performance levels with innovative exercises and ways to share feedback and critical information.> Includes chapters and exercises for developing Centre Backs, Full Backs, Holding Midfielders, Attacking Midfielders, Wide Attackers, and Centre Forwards.> Learn how certain coaches can move their players from 'interested' to 'committed'.> Develop ways to maximize the talent levels of your players.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Real Giants Of Soccer Coaching

Author : Josh Faga
ISBN : 9781782551300
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The Real Giants of Soccer Coaching is a collection of the curated thoughts of nearly 30 top soccer coaches from around the globe. In this book, you will gain access to the depth and breadth of experience from some of the best coaches across all areas of the beautiful game: from grassroots to premier leagues and everything in between. You will learn theoretical details about tactical periodization, positional play, and the science of motor learning. You will also learn from Youth National Team coaches, NCAA National Championship winning coaches, and First Division coaches from top European clubs. This book is a resource that can direct your coaching education over and around the perilous pitfalls that often consume most coaches. After reading this book, you will have gained the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of some of the best coaches across all areas of the game. You don't have to go your coaching path alone. Take this book and bring the wisdom of these top coaches with you to help navigate every corner, turn, and hazard along your way to becoming a great coach.
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Masters Of Modern Soccer

Author : Grant Wahl
ISBN : 9780804137065
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In Masters of Modern Soccer, Sports Illustrated writer Grant Wahl asks: How do some of the game's smartest figures master the craft of soccer? By profiling players in every key position (American phenomenon Christian Pulisic, Mexican superstar Javier "Chicharito" Hernández, Belgium's Vincent Kompany, Spain's Xabi Alonso, Germany's Manuel Neuer) and management (Belgium coach Roberto Martínez and Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc), Wahl reveals how elite players and coaches strategize on and off the field and execute in high pressure game situations. Masters of Modern Soccer is the definitive thinking fan's guide to modern soccer. For a supporter of any team, from the U.S. national teams to Manchester United, or any competition, from Mexico's Liga MX to the World Cup, this book reveals what players and managers are thinking before, during, and after games and delivers a true behind-the-scenes perspective on the inner workings of the sport's brightest minds. America's premier soccer journalist, Grant Wahl, follows world-class players from across the globe examining how they do their jobs. This access imbues Masters of Modern Soccer with deep insight from the players on how goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders, and forwards function individually and as a unit to excel and win. Wahl also shadows a manager and director of soccer as they juggle the challenges of coaching, preparation, and the short- and long-term strategies of how to identify and acquire talent and deploy it on the field. A book that will stand the test of time, Masters of Modern Soccer is the most in-depth analysis of the craft of soccer ever written for the American fan. For any fan, player, coach, or sideline enthusiast, this book will change the way they watch the game.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Book 4 Soccer Coaching Knowledge

Author : Bert Holcroft
ISBN : 9781466987142
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Holcroft saga, a rugby story the like of which, may never have been equalled in the history of the game. It begins over a century ago, when Mr. George Holcroft, was given charge of Leigh St. Peters R.L.F.C. in 1889. He married and when his family grew up, Jack, Harry, William and Tom all played for local teams. They married and George's grandsons Bert and Bill also played. Bert Holcroft has been a distinguished servant for the game of Rugby all his life. He holds coaching certificates from BOTH the Australian and British governing bodies - one of only a handful of men to achieve such an honour in the game's history. For 20-odd years Bert Holcroft has had one of the unlikeliest jobs in sport - teaching Australian Rugby Coaches how to coach! Considering the Australian dominance of World Rugby in recent years, that might seem a par with taking coal to Newcastle. But make no mistake, Bert Holcroft has done as much as anyone to ensure Australia's re-emergence as a major Rugby power. On the face of it, Australia wouldn't seem to need any outside help, let alone from a Pom. Their record of only one Test defeat since 1978 speaks for itself. But Bert's reputation is nation-wide "down under" - quite simply he's one of the best in the business. Bert, who played for Leigh between 1950-60, has spent much of his latter years Down Under lecturing to top-grade coaches in New South Wales. Born and bred in Cameron Street, Leigh, Bert has few peers when it comes to teaching the basics of the 13 a side game. Since emigrating in the late 60's, Bert has dedicated his life to coaching and fitness techniques. Teams in Queensland, New South Wales and Sydney have all come under his influence - often with spectacular results. Bert's credentials are impeccable. Last summer, he achieved the highest accolade in Australia - his Grade Three certificate personally signed by the then Australian league chairman Kevin Humphreys and the Director of Coaching, Peter Corcoran. Three years earlier, Bert has sailed through his Grade One and Two with flying colours. In 1953, he was awarded his senior coaching certificate in England. Bert, who held a number of posts at Hilton Park before emigrating to Australia, has spent a lot of his time heavily involved with Rugby in the universities there. He became director of coaching for the University of New South Wales and later coach of the Combined Universities side. Coaching Accreditation awarded by the Australian Institute of Sport, Department of Sport and Recreation NSW and the NSW Rugby League for administration, as well as being awarded National Coaching Certificates in both Britain and Australia - one of only a handful of people to do so. Eventually the offer of a job in Sydney came - to coach Premiership glamorous club, Eastern Suburbs.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Play Like Pep Guardiola S Barcelona

Author : Agustín Peraita
ISBN : 1910515639
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 73.12 MB
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Written by Agustin Peraita, FCBEscola Project Director at Sao Paulo FC Barcelona, this book is for soccer coaches looking to understand and implement Pep Guardiola's tactical approach and coaching methodology for his 2009-2010 Barca side. Contains over 50 illustrations, detailing on-field drills, tactical diagrams and weekly planning schedules."
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Country Of Football

Author : Roger Kittleson
ISBN : 9780520279094
Genre : History
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"In time for Brazil's hosting of the 2014 World Cup, this book uses the stories of star players and other key figures (based on over 40 interviews) to create a contemporary history of Brazilian soccer from the 1950s to the present. It also explores race and class tensions in Brazil and shows how soccer is central to the country's dramatic trajectory toward modernity and economic power"--
Category: History

Successful German Soccer Tactics

Author : Timo Jankowski
ISBN : 9781782550624
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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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. 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. 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 advantages and disadvantages of various formations utilized by top teams and then uses match plans to analyze how those formations can be defeated in play.
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The Ultimate Guide To Coaching U 12 Soccer Teams

Author : Mark Higginbotham
ISBN : 153937470X
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"This one of a kind guide includes exactly what every U12 coach needs. The step-by-step text instructions and session diagrams make it simple for a coach of any level to understand and immediately use with their team." -Wayne Harrison, Former Pro Player & UEFA Professional "A" License Coach Since 1996 If You Had A Step By Step Guide With Everything You Needed To Coach Your U-12 Team, How Much Valuable Time Would That Save You? The Ultimate Guide To Coaching U-12 Soccer Teams provides a complete library of modern sessions and must-know tips that coaches of any level can easily take and implement with their teams to take them to the next level FAST! YOU WILL DISCOVER: * Over 60 of the BEST SESSIONS for U-12 Teams that will SKYROCKET their passing, attacking, defending, possession, dribbling, skills so they can develop into game changing players, win more games as a team and have more fun! * How to SPEND LESS TIME PLANNING while enjoying your time on the field running sessions, developing your players and doing what you really enjoy most...COACHING! * Simple STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS on how to setup, run, and coach through each session! * How To Coach with Confidence and GAIN THE RESPECT of Players and Parents! Compliment your own coaching style by offering adaptable, scalable and incrementally achievable sessions and coaching tips catered to the U12 age group. You will find over 60 simple, relevant and modern exercises to broaden your team's skill sets while increasing enjoyment and engagement in sessions. Boost your skill set as a coach and develop elite level players and teams for years to come with this guide. Mark Higginbotham and Eric Vogel teamed up in 2014 to create Coaches Training Room out of their passion for helping coaches develop players and teams that have fun and win more games. Their resources arm coaches with powerful tools that ignite confidence, save time, and get results. "An invaluable insight from a coaching perspective into an effective, season long curriculum. I would highly recommend any soccer coach to take time out of their schedule to give this a read!" -Sam Minihan, FA Licensed Coach & Pro Player with Stockport County FC "This guide is perfect for any U12 coach seeking exercises with progressions to plan and prepare for the season." -Luca Bertolini, UEFA "B" Licensed Coach "This one of a kind guide includes exactly what every U12 coach needs. The step-by-step text instructions and session diagrams make it simple for a coach of any level to understand and immediately use with their team." -Wayne Harrison, Former Pro Player & UEFA Professional "A" License Coach Since 1996
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Coaching The Modern 4 2 3 1 Soccer Formation

Author : Marcus DiBernardo
ISBN : 1500414980
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The 4-2-3-1 is a system that Arsenal, Real Madrid, Everton, Bayern Munich and many more professional teams use. The formation can be employed in many different ways depending on the personnel available. It can be used to play a conservative, defensively sound counter-attacking game or opened up for an ultra-offensive approach. The interchanging of positions, room for tactical adjustments, defensive soundness, room for creativity and overall fluidity of the system is what makes the 4-2-3-1 effective. This book will take you through the fundamental roles and responsibilities of each player within the system. It also provides multiple training exercises, explains and demonstrates individual and team movement patterns, covers the strategy of team defending and team attacking in the 4-2-3-1 and a number of ways to modify the system.
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Training Football For Smart Playing On Tactical Performance Of Teams And Players

Author : Israel Teoldo
ISBN : 9788581928869
Genre : Education
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In an ever-changing world, such as soccer's, only intelligence may truly help, since, besides being able to act effectively, it is essential to know how to think about the best way to act. Therefore, in the more recent years of modern soccer, the tactical component has been increasingly valued and diffused. Particularly in Brazil, this dimension of sport performance has been studied and applied by many professionals of this field, from the youth academies to professional level. This book was conceived to help those who devote much of their time to improving the quality of the game, and to training highly enlightened, creative and intelligent players. Hence, this work presents procedures and ideas that, besides assisting in the task of evaluating the tactical performance of soccer players and teams, also allow improving their expression throughout the learning and training phase.
Category: Education