I found the video of a U9 team playing in SoCal. I thought the kids played solid soccer, and the video does a good job of representing how talented some of these kids are at soccer in different parts of Continue reading
I found this video on one of the soccer forums I have visited. If you are looking for some variety in your coerver ball training then check this out. There are multiple iterations.
So far our team has played a goalie, one defender, and what essentially is three midfielders (they are expected to play both offense and defense). Today we introduced positions and it was fun to watch. Attached are the different formations Continue reading
The title really says it all. But for whatever reason my son was just hooked on the videos below and immediately grabbed our indoor soccer ball (deflated volleyball) and started trying to do the moves himself. The video does a Continue reading
We had our first game today. Solid game, some good passing. The other team was not up to the task and needed some serious help in the coaching department. Not sure the final score, I think my son up 4-6 Continue reading
This is a solid U8 coerver video. The kid does a great job going through multiple iterations of coerver and does all the moves with high quality for her age.
This kid is from Morocco it appears, anyways he seems like a legit player. Great ball control and I think it is great how he keeps his head up and passes the ball. He has a number of other videos Continue reading
My oldest son just finished his fall U8 Soccer season as the local tournament champs. While they were about 50/50 during the regular season they were a force to go against during the tournament. Here are the changes we made Continue reading
Since the season has ended I challenged my son to do soccer homework each day. Right now that involves, tic tocs, pretzels, Jedi’s, and a few other coerver ball drills. He also has been told if he can get to Continue reading
My son turned seven last week and I was pretty sure he wasn’t physically old enough to hang in a U10 academy. What I did not realize was he lacked the mental attention span to be effective during practice. Here Continue reading