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Le Gaffer
29-05-2013, 09:10
Can anyone reccomend a site that they have used for coaching drills ?? I have been looking at inside soccer but and was wondering if anyone else has used it or have any other better alternatives thanks

hagi9uk
29-05-2013, 09:13
http://www.soccerxpert.com/mobile/u10-u12.aspx

watsimo
29-05-2013, 09:17
http://soccer-coaching-blog.com/

Some good insight and well structured grills - I read it often, would recommend

Charlie Dont Surf
29-05-2013, 10:19
You have a pm

dunny
29-05-2013, 11:13
soccer pilot

RosevaleStreet
29-05-2013, 13:02
One of the best I have come across and used consistently for tactics, skills building,motivation, nutrition and fitness is : http://successinsoccer.com/home/current/

I apologize for the cover page but there again it demonstrates how easy it is to take the piss out of the tims defence 4 v 1?

I strongly recommend this publication as a course of study in the science of football and it demonstartes the commitment the Americans have towards the game and how much time, money and effort they are prepared to put into it. Their youth system is second to none in terms of set-up, facilities and training, ask any coach or player who has travelled there. Craig Brown has been there many times and is highly respected (I know many here do not share this) but trust me , I have seen him take a top level youth team and put them through a session.

Take a subscription to this fine magazine, you will become hooked and the outcome can only benefit you, your team and the game as a whole. One thing you will learn is coaching is not about shouting instruction sthrough the game, it is too late by then and a sign you have not done your homework.
Enjoy

legendary_laudrup
29-05-2013, 13:39
Do you know anyone with a soccer specific account? Loads of drills and ideas on there,

Le Gaffer
29-05-2013, 14:34
Cheers so far for the PMs and advice, no Laudrup I don't but im willing to start paying for a site but was wanting to know if anyone uses any and what there views were on it. I should of said in my original post I have been coaching for over 10 years but always kids and at pro youth and as you know its about player development but now I am the manager of an amateur team and looking drills/sessions for more ideas on shaping, formations, tactics etc

Ryan RFC
29-05-2013, 15:13
I'd be quite interested in any PMs too. I'm building up a library of videos that I can go through whenever I need to freshen up sessions.

YouTube is a hive of classic foreign coaching tapes from the 80s and 90s. I've found ones from Italy, Holland, Spain, Brazil and so on. The Arrigo Sacchi 4-4-2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e53nGPMqQTE) one is particularly good for teaching you how to develop your team's positioning in a number of scenarios (attacking, defending etc.).

Albertz Was King
29-05-2013, 15:15
Inside Soccer is one I like a lot, but a paid website.

Le Gaffer
29-05-2013, 15:30
Inside Soccer is one I like a lot, but a paid website.

that's the one I have been looking at would you recommend it and worth paying for?

RosevaleStreet
29-05-2013, 17:39
that's the one I have been looking at would you recommend it and worth paying for?

They do offer free samples

BarcaBillyBoy
30-05-2013, 09:09
I'd also welcome any PMs, currently running training for my amateur side until we get a manager in and finding drills that keep a squad with an average age of 20 is hard going.

5StarsLFC
30-05-2013, 11:42
grass roots coach and have a few books with drills and exercises in them, i wud set up mini drills in the back garden and see how they wud look and how easy they are to explain on a proper scale

i would also use youtube for ideas quite a few good videos and tutorials on there