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Volume 7 Issue 4
April 2014

In This Issue
Fifteen Coaching Tips
3 Teaching Qualities
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In this issue:
The second of two parts, this article by Tony Earp is one of his most informative yet! Brian Gotta provides some basic tips for coaches at all levels. And Jeffrey Rhoads writes about the qualities to look for in a good youth coach.


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Cues (Part Two) Tony Earp
By Tony Earp      

Scoring a goal is one of the most difficult things to do. Player's who have a "nose for the goal" are some of the highest paid players in the world. Are these player's just natural goal scorers? Were they born with a gift? Maybe it is a gift, but it is wrapped in cues. Read Article
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Brian Gotta
Fifteen Brief Coaching Tips  
By Brian Gotta

On the field for another season? Here are fifteen bullet-point coaching tips to help you get the most out of your players and better enjoy your own experience. Read Article

3 Teaching Qualities to Look For In Your Child's Coach Jeffrey Rhoads
By Jeffrey Rhoads  

Ideally, your child's coach is a good teacher; someone who both understands the sport and how to communicate his or her knowledge. This coach not only teaches sports skills, but also conveys the game's values. The coach's kids also have fun. But how does a youth coach achieve these ends? Read Article
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