If you coach soccer (football), anywhere in the world, Soccer Coaching Blog is for you.
Here at Soccer Coach Weekly we’re committed to providing excellent quality training plans, coaching manuals and DVDs that are truly relevant and helpful to coaches.
Through this blog, we’ll listen to what you have to say about your coaching issues, we’ll join in the debate, and we’ll come up with solutions.
This is a blog for everyone involved in soccer coaching, and all the issues you face have a place here. Our writers will be contributing something new each week, and I’d like to extend an open invitation for you to join in with your comments.
Whether it’s individual or team skills, coach development, refereeing, player behaviour, discipline, the role of parents, team management and selection, talent spotting or fitness, Soccer Coaching Blog aims to cover it all.
Your feedback and contributions are important and valuable for coaches all over the world, as this blog allows knowledge to be shared among coaches in scores of countries.
I’d like to introduce the team of soccer coaching bloggers who will be contributing to these pages over the coming months.
Mike Beale. Mike is Youth Development Officer at Chelsea Football Club. He is an accomplished writer on soccer coaching,having published many titles including two for Better Soccer Coaching – with more to come. He was a professional with English Premier League club Charlton Athletic and FC Twente of the Eredivisie in the Netherlands before gaining the top-rated UEFA A Licence for coaching.
Dave Clarke. Dave has coached Surrey youth teams for 11 years from under 4s to under 12s, building extensive first-hand experience of coaching in the kinds of situations that other junior coaches face. As a Better Soccer Coaching editor he combines his passion for the game with professional journalistic skills to create clear, easy-to-understand coaching advice in bite-sized nuggets. With thousands of man hours on his coaching clock, he always has a solution for tricky coaching situations.
Me, Andrew Griffiths
I’m the managing director of Soccer Coach Weekly, responsible for our strategy and direction. We’re committed to continually improving our coaching tools and aids to give you exactly what works best. I love soccer though I’ve never played at a high level. I have two young sons who play regularly.
Please get involved, comment on this blog and give us your feedback. I promise to do our best to make this the most informative and compelling soccer coaching blog on the web.
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With best wishes
Yours in soccer
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