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The Modern Soccer Coach Position Specific Training

Author : Gary Curneen
ISBN : 1909125865
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 Center Backs, Full Backs, Holding Midfielders, Attacking Midfielders, Wide Attackers, and Center Forwards. Learn how certain coaches can move their players from 'interested' to 'committed'. Develop ways to maximize the talent levels of your players.

Coaching Soccer Like Guardiola And Mourinho

Author : Timo Jankowski
ISBN : 9781782550723
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A soccer player is more than the sum of his parts: endurance, speed, shooting technique, passing technique, and many more. All of these factors need to be turned into one system to create good players. Traditional training theory doesn’t achieve that because each skill is trained individually. This is why the concept of Tactical Periodization has become the preferred training theory for many of the current most successful soccer coaches: Pep Guardiola, José Mourinho, Diego Simeone, André Villas-Boas, and many others train according to these principles. By creating match-like situations in practice, players learn to link their technical, tactical, and athletic abilities to match intelligence. They will learn to transfer their skills to soccer matches and they can improve endurance, technique, and tactics all at the same time while enjoying the practice sessions more. For this book, the author has evaluated and analyzed hundreds of training sessions and has tailored exercises to specific demands. All exercises are performed with a ball so that players learn to apply each skill to the game. Every coach will find numerous exercises in this book to help them create better and more efficient practice sessions so they can improve their players’ and the team’s performance. With Tactical Periodization, your team will become better and be successful on the next match day!

Soccer Analytics

Author : Ian Franks
ISBN : 9781782550815
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Match analysis in soccer has become more and more important in recent years. Nowadays, no professional soccer club plays a single match without having analyzed their own and their opponents’ matches to find the best possible match plan and maximize their success. In this book, Ian M. Franks and Mike Hughes explore soccer analyses and use the results to develop realistic, progressive practices to improve the performance of the individual players and the team. Research from human decision making and motor skill acquisition is directly applied to the coaching process and technical and tactical practices are designed to accommodate these findings. Not only is the players’ behavior during practice and matches analyzed but the coaches’ as well. This helps evaluate different coaching practices to find your ideal coaching style. Any coach reading this book will find help in developing and improving their coaching. Anyone who wishes to delve more into the science of soccer analysis will find ample material as well as a comprehensive bibliography to better understand the science of soccer!

Coaching The Flex 1 3 3 1 3

Author : Wayne Harrison
ISBN : 1591642485
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The 3-3-1-3 is not an entirely new concept, though it has become more popular in recent years due to its dynamic attacking nature. In particular, Chile National Team coach Marcelo Bielsa and current Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola have implemented this system with great success. This book explores, in detail, the strengths and weaknesses of the system, the roles and responsibilities of each player in both attack and defense and the permutations of the team shape against different formations and in varying situations. Depending on the circumstances at any one moment of the match in terms of the score, the opponent's tactics, time remaining etc., the formation could become a 1-3-4-3, a 1-2-3-2-3, or even a 1-5-4-1 in an ultimate defensive setup. This adaptability, the FLEX, is made possible by teaching players to recognize the rotations required "on the fly" by presenting them with very specific game situations in training. In this book, Harrison takes you through his training sessions geared toward developing in players the tactical and spatial awareness necessary to run the FLEX 1-3-3-1-3 successfully.

Soccer Roy First Touch

Author : Gary Curneen
ISBN : 191051537X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 82. 79 MB
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Please let me introduce you, To a joyful baby boy, With big blue eyes and a welcoming smile, He goes by the name of Roy. Roy had tried many toys, Ever since he learned to crawl, But his playtime changed forever, When he saw a soccer ball. About this book. Gary and Erin Curneen wrote this children's book to forever honor their son Roy, who lived a brief life, and to give back to the hospital that gave them three weeks with their baby boy. Erin gave birth to Roy on December 3, 2014, and he was immediately taken into the care of Children's Hospital Los Angeles, due to a congenital diaphragmatic hernia. Even though Roy could not be saved, Gary and Erin were overwhelmed by the care that their son received and felt a strong urge to give back in some way. Their hope is that Roy's memory can forever make a difference in the lives of children. All profits received from this book will be donated to the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.

Developing Game Intelligence In Soccer

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ISBN : 1591641241
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The Complete Handbook Of Conditioning For Soccer

Author : Raymond Verheijen
ISBN : 1890946052
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 48. 65 MB
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A complete guide to developing every aspect of conditioning for soccer players. Europe's top soccer conditioning experts contributed the following chapters: Soccer Strength Training, Soccer Specific Endurance Training, Speed Training for Soccer, Pre-Season Conditioning, Goalkeeper Training, Fitness Testing and Injury Prevention.

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