Girls vs. Boys: Should they be coached differently? (Part 1)
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Dec. 20, 2:09 a.m.
The first time I heard the question, it took me by surprise.
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'Top players play on their own' (Q&A with Todd Saldana, Part 2)
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Dec. 16, 10:42 p.m.
Todd Saldana grew up playing youth soccer in Southern California in the 1970s, when his club coach was Sigi Schmid. Saldana played for the USA at the first U-20 World Cup it qualified for, in 1981, and signed pro out of high school with the old NASL's Los Angeles Aztecs, where his coaches included Rinus Michels and Claudio Coutinho.
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Club Cooperation Pays Off in So Cal (Q&A with Todd Saldana, Part 1)
Posted by Mike Woitalla on Dec. 14, 3:35 p.m.
Southern California club South Bay Force had its application to the U.S. Soccer Development Academy rejected, but Director of Coaching Todd Saldana still found a way for his players to play at the highest level of boys soccer in the USA.
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Keeper Questions: Holiday Activities; Eye on the Ball
Posted by Tim Mulqueen on Dec. 12, 4:34 p.m.
What should goalkeepers do when they're on break, such as over the winter holidays?
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Choose words wisely while coaching kids
Posted by Don Norton on Dec. 4, 1:26 a.m.
"If I was asked to find one word to describe one of the main differences I have noticed in 25 years of coaching, the word would probably be 'Why'? ...
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