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How To Kick A Soccer Ball Properly

How To Kick A Soccer Ball drills and tips for youth soccer coaches, parents and players. When it comes to know how to kick a soccer ball, there are two things that an expert coach must teach his players – accuracy and power.

Why Should Children Be Encouraged To Play Soccer?

The benefits for young boys and girls of playing soccer are numerous and the benefits can be seen both on and off the soccer pitch. From fitness to social interaction and life skills soccer provides an unusual, but ideal, training ground for later life.

Drills Soccer – How To Make Complex Things Easier

Drills Soccer and tips for youth soccer coaches, parents and players. Coaching drills soccer is probably the most complex coaching assignment in sports. It involves an understanding of specific skills and specific fitness training.

3 Essential Elements Of Coaching High School Soccer

Coaching High School Soccer drills and tips for youth soccer coaches, parents and players. Coaching high school soccer is something that can make a huge difference for winning or losing soccer games. The strategies regarding the soccer formations, styles of play, soccer defense, the speed of play and free kicks are some of the most important elements that can give the high school soccer players a winning edge over the other team.

Soccer Posters, Collecting Soccer World Cup Team Posters

For every soccer enthusiast, the event of the year is the World Cup. The soccer fans throughout the world are the most dedicated and watch the games mesmerized, and they don’t hide the fact.

Boro – Entertaining But What Does The Future Hold

In my opinion, out of all the teams in the Premiership, Middlesbrough must be the strangest team to support. When I say this I mean I just don’t have the foggiest idea what fans expectations are going into a new season and what constitutes success for the club. They’ve always entertained me whenever I’ve watched them on the television and have a decent tradition of playing open, attacking football.

Plymouth Benefit From The Holloway Touch

I think it’s fantastic that Plymouth Argyle have ended up with a charismatic manager like Ian Holloway at the helm. For a small side like theirs, I think he’s the ideal man to take them further than they’ve ever gone in the league. I often find it really disappointing when Championship and other lower league teams opt for the same old boring characters, spouting the same excuses and clichéd rubbish game after game.

Spurs – Young-Talented But Unsuccessful

I think out of all the teams in the Premiership, I’d most like to see Tottenham win something this season. After all, they’ve got many young English players and are more often than not good entertainment value. But do I really expect them to lift a trophy this season?

Wigan – Paying The Price Of Over-Success

I think if a team can ever by too successful, Wigan Athletic have almost certainly proved it possible. From complete obscurity they stormed through League One and the Championship before having the nerve to finish midtable in the Premiership. Now maybe, reality has dawned somewhat and they find themselves lingering perilously close to the drop zone with the teams below them closing in for the kill.

Bolton March On

I really don’t think Bolton Wanderers get the credit they deserve for what they consistently achieve. I for one, have consistently predicted doom for Big Sam’s men and every time they’ve managed to prove me and many others wrong. I feel their success is based on a fantastic manager maintaining a style of play he has faith in, and a group of players handpicked to fit the system.

The FA Cup – Will The Magic Return

I think without a doubt this season’s FA Cup has been somewhat of a let down, with few matches catching the eye either for outstanding performances or unbelievable upsets. As I write this column, the fourth round has all but been put to rest, with nearly all of the lower league sides having exited the competition. Although it’s nice to see the Premiership’s elite battling it out for the silverware, having a real underdog to root for is what the competition is all about.

Pie Will Survive

This is not just a weekend FA Cup preview; it’s a step towards world peace. As always, the easily offended should steer clear.

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