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This post is a guest contribution, specially written for Switching the Field by Evie Cerys

In the world of youth soccer, there are lots of potential opportunities for a child’s personal growth. The best coaches, after all, are leaders who not only train kids to be...

May 1, 2019

Consider the following circumstance:

You are in your car, steadily driving down the road, following the flow of traffic. You pass a couple lights, maybe take a turn or two heading toward your destination. Then suddenly, a car ferociously speeds up and gets right behind...

April 30, 2019

These days, I work with a lot of different youth teams at various levels – from park district or recreational programs, to higher level club and travel teams. Due to the nature of my job, I often coach sessions with players and teams that are permanently coached by som...

March 5, 2019

Two of the most common talking points I hear in a pregame or halftime talk are desire and work ethic. One of the most common things I hear during these talks is coaches saying that their players need to “want it more.”

The reality is that the vast majority of the time,...

February 26, 2019

Adults need to trust kids more. Period.

In terms of youth soccer, this goes for both coaches and parents. It is easy to say that we trust our kids, and in fact, parents and coaches will often vocalize that they do. But their actions don’t show it.

When we show and demons...

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