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The Art of Coaching Soccer is an official publication of the NSCAA – Their successful book series with “The Best of Soccer Journal” this highly anticipated entry in the instructional soccer book field. The book explores the Craft and Art of Coaching. The best coaches in the US describe how they get it done on the field.
How does a team and a coach, who were nearly forgotten three years ago, achieve the impossible? How do they rise to the top and conquer the Premier League, the toughest league in the world? Claudio Ranieri: T(h)inkerman offers the answer to those questions. Everyone is entitled to dream big after Claudio Ranieri’s miracle with Leicester City. Sports reporter, Aris Gatas, has followed Ranieri’s course over the last two years, collecting exclusive interviews and reports and using them to create this detailed biography of Ranieri.
As a coach, you know that you are constantly looking for tools and resources to improve your craft. Whether it’s training programs or team management, you are on the lookout for the right materials and information to aid you as a coach. The new book from Meyer & Meyer Sport, Coaching a Season of Significance was written by an experienced youth and high school soccer coach for other soccer coaches. This book takes you from the beginning of the season by helping you with organizing, setting goals in addition to holding pre-season meetings.
Soccer player are more than the sum of their parts: endurance, speed, shooting technique, passing technique, skills, and intelligence on the pitch. The soccer coach has to take all of these factors into one system that will create good players. In Coaching Soccer Like Guardiola & Mourinho, you will receive direction in all of this.
The concept of Tactical Periodization has become the preferred training theory for many of the current most successful soccer coaches: Pep Guardiola, José Mourinho, Diego Simeone, André Villas-Boas, and many others train according to these principles.
In this outstanding book, Coaching Team Shape, Coach Emilio Cecchini teaches the game from the ground up using geometric figure exercises to coach the concepts of space, orientation and communication. This is a progressive and innovative teaching method geared towards players in the 9-16 year old age group and has proven highly successful in the development of many Italian youth players.
Written by Eugenio Fascetti and Romedio Scaia this book focuses on teaching and coaching the 5-3-2 pattern of play which uses the sweeper as a fundamental part of its defense.
Thanks to his his long and fruitful career as a coach, Eugenio Fascetti teaches the need to be flexible, versatile, and to change schemes according to the opponent, the match, the individual players, and ever changing situations, never sticking obstinately to one vision of play.
Soccer players and coaches alike admire the German national team for their combination of individual qualities and teamwork. It has led to some of the most creative soccer being played during the 2014 World Championship. The German teams success can be found rooted in the youth training practiced in German soccer clubs. Most professional soccer clubs in Germany have their own youth academy where the next Bundesliga stars are formed. There was only one from the 2014 World Cup squad, Miroslav Klose, who was not trained in one of these academies. In Creating World Champions, the system used for German soccer youth development is explained with particular emphasis on the different paths that young players can take on the road to success.