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Attention: If You're A Parent & You Coach Your Kid's Soccer Team, 
You're Going To Want To:
Download your FREE Soccer Practice Planner
You'll have FUN coaching your kid's soccer team - 
even if you have no previous soccer playing or coaching experience!
With this Soccer Practice Planner you'll be able to plan your soccer practices to include:

Warm Up

Start each practice with an appropriate and suitable warm up designed to introduce your players to the practice topic. 

Functional Session

Apply the techniques learned earlier in the practice into realistic game like situations. Avoid pointless repetitive drills with no relation to what actually happens in the game. 

Technical Session

Laser focused technical session designed to teach the fundamental techniques of your chosen practice topic. No Lines. No Drills, No Cones.

Scrimmage

Create an appropriate scrimmage to let the players apply what they've just learned. At the end of the scrimmage they will have had a blast and they will be equipped to take what they've learned in this practice into their next game. 
Soccer Coaching Made Simple
I've been coaching soccer for over 33 years. And guess what? Each time I looked for resources to help me coach soccer, it seemed like they were becoming more and more complex AND confusing.

So, I thought back to how I learned to play soccer when I was a kid. Playing in the street or at the park with no coaches, no parents, no cones, flags, lines, steps, ladders etc. Just lots and lots of kids playing various small sided games amongst themselves. 

Soccer was simple back them and it needs to be again.

So, I came up with my own system that helps parents have fun coaching their kid's soccer team, even if they have never even played the game before...Soccer Coaching Made Simple. It's based upon the following three phases of a game of soccer:
  • When your team has the ball - Attack or Offense
  • When the other team has the ball - Defense
  • When neither team has the ball - Transition
Get started with "Soccer Coaching Made Simple" by downloading the FREE Soccer Practice Planner
During Paul’s career as our head coach he took a program that was relatively non-existent to a second place finish in the SCIAC conference and two consecutive playoff appearances. The stadium went from being completely empty to having hundreds of fans with an atmosphere that was electric and full of enthusiasm.
Robert Coleman, Athletics Director, Whittier College.
I first met Paul in the summer of 2007 when he was named as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Whittier College. It was immediately apparent to me that Paul was going to raise the stature of The Whittier Soccer Program. What wasn’t apparent was how far the program would grow in a matter of two years! 

Bill Swartz, Pomona-Pitzer Men's Soccer
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