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 July 2011 Newsletter


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The Soccer Sports Letter  July 2011
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It has been so great to watch the Women's World Cup these last few weeks and enjoy the growth of the skills and sheer determination of the players.

Perhaps you can find information on our website and newsletter that will inspire you to be a better coach or player. Lots of FREE INFORMATION.... Check out some of our new articles:

   U.S. FIFA World Cup women lead resurgence of talented female athletes by Mark Hines 

The tremendous success of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup U.S. team has drawn the attention of more than just the casual American sports fan. Read More..

USA Women's Soccer Inspires Youth by Nathan Thomas

The USA beat France to advance to the finals, and the young soccer fans will be watching every kick of the way. "We can learn," says Alex Widman, 12. "We can watch their mistakes and we can learn fro... Read More..

 Women’s national team inspires little girls, fathers and mothers throughout Jose de Jesus Ortiz
Growing up in the Los Angeles area in the 70s and 80s, I still remember the first time I saw girls playing organized soccer. It was in 1984 as part of a Coca Cola-sponsored tournament in Pasadena on ... Read More..

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 Lecture them not By Mike Woitalla  - If being told how to play enabled children to master soccer we'd have an excess of great players and superb teams. The game, it is so obvious, is the best teacher. That's not to say the coaches' choi... Read More..
Know They Keeper By Tim Mulqueen with Mike Woitalla
Coaches must adjust their approach to the individual. Some keepers might need the soft touch to get in the right frame of mind. Others might require a rousing pep talk. Some keepers might fall apart ...

Read More.. Parenting on the Same Page

Parents often disagree about how to raise their children. Many parents talk out these differences and reach a common ground. When they do not find common ground, the differences cause problems. Parent... Read More.. Outside the Lines - Parental Support by Andrew Ransome

Parents can earn a poor reputation for their actions regardless of intent, which inevitably affects their child’s success in soccer. However, positive parental participation and support is crucial to ... Read More..

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Coaching Youth Soccer Myths - BUSTED!

"At Last! The 9 Steps To Run The Perfect Youth Soccer Practice" 
Amazing New DVD Busts the Myths to Coaching Youth Soccer
Dear Coach/Parent,

The Myth: Coaching youth soccer can be tough!---Frankly, coaching youth soccer is an activity you can handle very easily. For any level youth coach practices will no longer be utter chaos with screaming kids wildly running in every direction ... or the opposite - so rigid and dull that players quickly lose interest and quit out of boredom.

Some people will tell you that you can not succeed without an understanding of youth, soccer and coaching.WRONG!

Just take a look at their results. The fact that over 75% of players quit before age 14 speaks for itself.

The problem is most books, videos and DVD's on the subject are filled with boring drills and useless exercises... or are way too complicated for children.

Sound familiar?
Coaching youth soccer successfully takes knowledge of the developmental needs of the children — and clear, practical, effective and FUN ways of learning for the players.

That's a tall order, and until now, this knowledge was hard to get.

But now there's good news!... 

Koach Karl Dewazien, United States Soccer Federation "A" License coach has just released his long awaited DVD, the "9-Step Practice Routine."

In The Time It Takes To Watch This DVD, Koach Karl Will Show You How To Run Great Youth Soccer Practices Every Time
This newly released DVD is the quickest and easiest way to learn how to coach youth soccer. Inside this outstanding work you'll get absolutely everything any soccer coach needs.

You don't have to follow one-dimensional diagrams or charts. In fact, you don't have to read a thing. With this DVD, you SEE the action and each specific move exactly as it needs to be executed. You SEE and HEAR Koach Karl direct real children in a real soccer situation. It's the next best thing to a live workshop.

You'll easily absorb the moves by watching and listening. You'll feel that you're standing on the field next to Koach Karl receiving private instruction! And, the best thing is, you can play it over and over again!

"This DVD is the 'nuts and bolts' of teaching soccer
development, for both players and coaches."
--Coach Darol Joseff


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