Posts Tagged "Horst Wein, 3v1"
Last Sunday one of the most formative coaches in the history of the game passed away. I was going to write a message about my experiences with Horst and how I first came across him back in 2009. Dermot Dalton from the Beautifulgame.ie (a website devoted to Horst Wein Philosophy) and myself ran the first coaches seminar with Horst...
This is an event I organised with Dermot Dalton from thebeautifulgame.ie in 2011.This was Horst Wein first visit to Dublin. I had met Horst a few months previous in Barcelona.
In the 5 minute video, he discusses the changes we need to make to improve kids football in Ireland. I think we have come along way since this was video...
Ireland is evolving and so are the methods of the many coaches around the country, but of all the small sided games programmes, FUNINO is the most creditable and the best format for developing the game of football.
If you have heard of Funino you can download the ‘Ultimate Mini Game with Four Goals’ programme at the...
FUNiño is the introductory module of Futbol a la medida del niño, the world famous “Youth Football Development Model” by Horst Wein which has been the official textbook of the Spanish Football Federation since 1993, and represents a significant breakthrough in youth football coaching.
The magic formula of playing 3v3 on 4...
So Horst has been and gone and if you’re sorry you missed this professor in action, worry not, he’s back the end of September for a 3 day workshop.
To find out more or register for this exclusive event with limited spaces contact...
The Horst will be in Ireland next weekend kicking off on Friday 22nd July @ 7pm at Portmarnock Sport and Leisure Club. Other venues TBC
If your club or league is interested in hosting this amazing coach please get in touch ASAP.
Mr Horst Wein will introduce his world renowned YOUTH FOOTBALL DEVELOPMENT MODEL.
His name Horst Wein and most of you probably have never heard of him before, to many he is perhaps the most famous mentor of soccer coaches and trainers around the world.
He has taught coaches in over 53 countries covering 4 continent and has written 31 sport related text-books, including 4 for soccer. He is an Olympic silver medal...
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