Soccer Coaching Curriculum for 12-18 Year Old Players – Volume 2 includes 40 coaching activities in black and white, curriculum diagrams and an abundance of coaching tips. NSCAA approach to player development is constructed around a 5 Stage Model adopted by progressive youth clubs around the globe. Our methodology is proven to raise player and coach performance, leading to long term consistently positive and meaningful results. This manual focuses on Stages 4 and 5, 12-18 year old players…
Month: February 2018
Soccer is in transition. There is now a growing trend away from ‘drills’, towards sessions that are more variable and which involve more decision making. But coaches have one burning question – how? The “Deliberate Soccer Practice” series shows coaches how to evolve their coaching sessions. It aims to ensure that players are ‘cognitively engaged’, with all players involved all of the time. It is about offering exercises which have players actively making regular contact with the ball, making…
Frank Swift was Manchester City’s first goalkeeping legend, winning many honours for the club . This book details those heady times as well as his time at Fleetwood Town in the early 1930’s and Hamilton Academical during the war. Frank Swift is one of the greatest English goalkeeper’s of all time. A First and Second Division, FA Cup and Charity Shield winner with Manchester City, his only League club, he represented his country on 33 occasions between 1941 and 1949. Although often…
Football For Dummies
International Football Kits (True Colours) charts the evolving football strip design of the world’s leading national football teams, from 1966 to the present day.
Guaranteed to bring back memories of your favourite team’s kits and help you discover new ones, this groundbreaking book features strips that made it to the greatest stage in football – the FIFA World Cup – as well as rare designs that were never worn.
John Devlin, the authority on football kits, analyses and evaluates the home,…
Blue Blooded Manchester City Fanzine by the fans for the fans. In this issue: A walk down Wembley; GT and VAR, the death of football?; Early Darters; The Fanzine Movement; Paul Stewart book review; Fernandinho: unsung hero; Tackles and Fouls; Player Ratings; and all your usual favourites
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