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Repetition without Repetition

I have mentioned before about how over the last year or so I have started to use small sided games (SSGs) throughout my sessions from start to finish. 458 more words

Lessons from the Masters - The Nace Brothers Band

A long one… I had a lot to say… read on

Like most people, I have a few things that I am really passionate about. Besides family and friends, here are my top three: 963 more words


Lessons From the Masters: The Blue Angels

We have a big old schoolhouse chalkboard on the wall right by our door. Whenever I get an inspiration for a post, I scribble the idea on the board… if the idea hits me away from home, it gets entered on my phone and transferred to the chalkboard when I get home. 692 more words


Classic mistakes are always the best

Funny how even after planning so many sessions I can still make really elementary mistakes. After one of my recent blogs I was chatting with a Coach about the Dick Bate Session in Spokane that is on YouTube ( 518 more words

Brand New! 3G Football Pitch at Aphrodite Hills Resort

Dream Team Soccer School have got a brand spanking new 3G football pitch which has just opened up on the Resort, situated next to the Annabel Croft Tennis Academy.   355 more words

The Impact of $4

This semester I started a weekly award … the “Bingham Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Week”. Each week I pick one boy and one girl athlete (students in my class) based on a different set of criteria (some subjective, some objective) such as “best technique”, “highest… 510 more words


Did you have a good game?

Two big frustrations I had when I played was not getting the ball when in a good position and getting conflicting shouts from the sidelines. You know what I mean when you hear something like ‘you have to be there to support’ and then the next time you make sure you are there to support the player and the situation pans out differently and you hear something like ‘you have to fill the box’. 614 more words