ADVANCED TOTAL SOCCER is a professional soccer coaching companybased in Morristown New Jersey USA.We are looking for coaches with an FA level 2 or NSCCA regional diploma or above, to start late summer and work on a long term basis.We are a coaching company that provides an extremely high quality service that cannot be matched by any of our competitors. Due to the size of the company we can provide a personal relationship with the children and coaches, this ensuring all goals are met with great efficiency and enjoyment.Please forward any resumes to email@example.com
This seems like a contest that should get some last minute promotion.
USYouthSoccer: Final days to nominate a coach you know,
Here's the clip from their US Youth Soccer site:
Do you know a coach who demonstrates a commitment to excellence on and off the field? US Youth Soccer and Liberty Mutual seek to recognize and honor these important individuals who volunteer their time to help make our children's youth sports experience rewarding. These coaches are often the unsung local heroes – teaching lessons through youth sports that translate into life. That's why we established the Responsible Coaching Awards – to recognize and celebrate these valuable coaches.
Tell us about a coach you know that deserves recognition for his or her commitment to responsibility in youth sports. But time is running out! Nominations are only being accepted until February 28!Read more…
this is my second season as a coach, and my first as a goalkeeping coach. i have managed to fall into coaching by accident really. last year i joined a local team with the idea of just keeping fit,but managed to somehow end up taking weekly training with absolutely no clue what i was doing. this year i decided to do things right and to train myself as a coach. as a player i was a goalkeeper, so therefore goalkeeping coaching seems to be the way forward for me(go with what you know and all that).now again this season i have managed to fall in with a junior team (u14s) and i am running a weekly goalkeepers clinic. problem is that every week i am getting more keepers that want to train and learn the crazy gracefull art of a goalkeeper, and i am now struggling to provide new and intertaining ways to help these young guys to be the best that they can be.i have no professional qualifications myself (as yet!), and am building training plans from what i can glean from a number of websites and friends, but i seem to have hit a wall, as there is limited resources on the internet, and i am starting to repeat previous exercises from earlier in the year.So my plea to everyone is for any help that anyone can provide, whether it is training drills or writing session plans, or any little nuggets of wisdom that can passed on.i believe these young boys deserve the chance to reach their full potential and maybe become succesfull footballers in the future, and also for me to become the best that i can be as a coach.I look forward to hearing from you all, and all advice will be gratefully recieved.Thanks Steven.