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August 22, 2016
Rio 2016 Olympic Soccer Wrap Uo
The Olympics are over and the soccer medals decided. As I have said during the last few weeks, games were worth watching. On the women’s side Germany defeated Sweden 2-1.
August 21, 2016
Soccer Speed 5 – Movement Without Ball
Vern Gambetta of Gambetta Sports Training Systems said it best: “Game analysis has shown that the average player will be in possession of the ball only 2% of total match.
August 14, 2016
Youth Soccer – Trophies and Standings
I have come across various articles and opinion pieces discussing two important and related topics regarding the management of kids/youth soccer: Should there be scores and standings at the youth.
August 11, 2016
Soccer Coaches in European Top Leagues
A recent article analyzed the national origins of soccer coaches/managers in the five largest European soccer leagues. Here is what was found: English Premier League: UK coaches – 7 (35%),.