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 September Newsletter 2011

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The Soccer Sports Letter September 2011
 
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Soccer Coaching Tips & Advice

Figuring out how to coach youth soccer is as much about understanding the mental part of the game as it is in understanding the physical parts of the game. Understanding what motivates a player, and how to get the most out of them can help you elevate the play of any team, regardless of the talent.
 
 
The key difference between a great player and an average player is the commitment to practice what is being taught.  Repitition is the key to Success and Koach Karl teaches this in his books and DVD's.  Find out how to motivate your players/team to gaining  soccer skills while having FUN.
 
      
www.karldewazien.com  offers numerous FREE articles to help youth soccer coaches do all of the above.  Click here to learn more..
 
Recent Articles: Here are the most recent articles posted at Karldewazien.com: 5 Activities to improve confidence with the ball by Ken Kruse -Do you want your soccer players to improve their ball skills? What coach doesn’t! Ask your players to dedicate 10-15 minutes every day at home toward these activities. These soccer activities can be ... Read More..
 
How I Learned to Play  -RONALDINHO "I spent a lot of time training at Gremio. After training I went to play futsal. After that I’d play with my friends in the streets and when I got home I played with my brother. My life is... Read More..   
 

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 Articles you might have missed...

  Can you Coach All Kids and still win? by Jim Buxton Is it possible to be a "nice guy" and still win the game, or was Leo Durocher right when he said that "Nice guys finish last"? To look at that question, I have to remind you that we're looking at recr... Read More..
 
 
 
 

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