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    U9-10 to U18 Technical Overviewm Playing Principles and Coaching Workbook

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    This document has been constructed for you, the coach, to assist you in building the technical ability of our players and teams. With our developmental team coaches placing an emphasis on technical development & fun over solely competition, our players are more likely to be technically proficient & continue playing soccer for life, hopefully at Lakehill FC!

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    Lakehill FC Coaches Session Outline

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    Coaching drills and games to help train players.  Within this document we have attempted to present the material in the order it was
    presented on October 16th and November 6th, 2011

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    COAXING the FUNdamentals

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    This is a coaching exercises and drills manual development by Niel Sedgewick and Steve Simonson of the Victoria Highlanders FC.

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    COAXING the FUNdamentals Cards

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    A set if coaching and drill cards provided by Neil Sedgwick, Academy Diretor for Victoria Highlanders FC.

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    The Highlanders’ Way – Competency Based Long Term Development

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    The Highlanders’ Long Term Player Development Model progressively graduates players through the stages of technical development, helping them put in place prerequisite techniques before moving to the next level of performance. If you have these tools by age 14, your ability to work on varied tactics becomes greatly enhanced. In soccer organized by age group alone, and this is no slight on clubs because they have to be organized by age groups, players are matched with the potential for wide variances in competencies. In this model the challenge for top players is limited, and less competent players will only progress if they are highly motivated. Also, we often find the top player’s learning curve will plateau because they are not highly motivated nor challenged. Meanwhile, the lower level player matched with stronger players, plays less, achieves less, is discouraged by the disparity and we often lose them from the game.

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    ColdWeatherPart1.pdf

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    ColdWeatherPart2.pdf

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    SoccerGoalSafety.pdf

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    TurfFieldsAndSoccerInjuries.pdf

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    WaterBottleSafety.pdf

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