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How to be a supportive parent at your childs game.

Apr 18, 14 How to be a supportive parent at your childs game.

Posted by in Soccer Parents

We all know that trying to be your child best friend in most cases doesn’t work in the long run. Every parent wants the best for their child. So what’s the right role? First and foremost your main “job” is to be your child’s best supporter in the game. You are there to support them and not criticise...

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U17s National League

Apr 15, 14 U17s National League

Posted by in Irish Grassroots Football

The u17s National is on schedule according to inside reports. A list of scheduled meetings which are taking place on 22nd, 23rd & 24th April in relation to the League will be held on: Tuesday, 22nd April @ 7p.m. FAI Abbotstown Wednesday, 23rd April @ 7p.m. Tipperary St. Michaels FC Thursday, 24th April @ 7p.m. Sligo Clarion...

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Best Practices written for US Soccer Coaches back in 2006

Apr 10, 14 Best Practices written for US Soccer Coaches back in 2006

Posted by in Irish Grassroots Football

I got sent this from Marcos Simpson during the week. It is from a report written for US Soccer Coaches back in 2006 by US Soccer Education Department This report is both a practical guide and a thought-provoking discussion about how best to coach football (soccer) to young children and young adults (U6 to U18). This report was...

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St Kevins Boys Academy Cup 2014

Apr 09, 14 St Kevins Boys Academy Cup 2014

Posted by in Tournaments

If you have nothing to do Easter Weekend, why not get yourself down to the St Kevins Boys, who will be hosting their prestigious U13 Academy Cup Tournament for the 6th year, taking place from the 18th to 20th of April at Shanowen Rd. Taking part this year are Real Madrid, Ajax, Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion, last years winners...

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My daughter likes football!

Apr 08, 14 My daughter likes football!

Posted by in The Coach Diary

I always taught my daughter didn’t like football. Yesterday she surprised me and asked ‘did I want to play 1v1 out the back?’. I answered, sure! As we walked out the back, she turned and said ‘get the goals, I’m not playing without goals.’ A few minutes later I had the goals out and we were ready...

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The Ajax Way at HartstownHuntstown & Newbridge Town FC

Apr 05, 14 The Ajax Way at HartstownHuntstown & Newbridge Town FC

Posted by in Coaching Clinics

This week sees the first of two Ajax workshops in Dublin. First up is on Friday 11th April is Ronald Joorse -Head of Ajax’s Skills Athletic programme. Ronaldo will start with a 75 minutes Practical Session using 12 players (1o players + 2 goalkeepers) followed by a 1 hour presentation of movement skills/combat and...

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Let me set the scene…….

Apr 04, 14 Let me set the scene…….

Posted by in Irish Grassroots Football

This is a typical scenario on the sideline of a kids sport games each and every weekend. Before he/she arrive at the park that morning. Children wake early excited about playing for their team. Meeting their team-mates and putting on the clubs colours. They dream about scoring a goal, a try, a point, a basket! Most of all they look...

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Silent Sideline, the aftershock!

Apr 03, 14 Silent Sideline, the aftershock!

Posted by in Irish Grassroots Football

Apologies for the late post, the site was under maintenance. After experimenting with the first ever-official Silent Sideline in Ireland, including clubs from abroad. The response has been overwhelming positive. Original there were over 100+ clubs and that number has grown dramatically over the weekend with many GAA clubs getting...

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