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Started by Gabriel Leo. Last reply by Albert quarmine May 5, 2012.

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Started by RICHARD ANZULUNI Jul 5, 2011.

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Started by Eugene N Harmon Feb 2, 2010.

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Comment by Jean François Olivier Jean Marie on June 17, 2012 at 1:18pm

I'm looking for a coaching job in Indiana if any team is interested. I am a hardworking coach with some experience and i promise immediate results.

Comment by JAVIER MACHUCA on June 7, 2011 at 9:25pm

Club Sport Patria, Guayaquil Ecuador is seeking for an experienced soccer coach that will handle,train and coordinate the team.



  The football club plays in the 2nd division. The club is ambitious and its targeting more success.

 

 If you want to know more about this job and descriptions, kindly contact the club coordinator through- clubsportfc@cspatria.com.ec or clubsportfc@yahoo.com

 

Comment by Eugene N Harmon on February 2, 2010 at 1:54pm
Hello Offecials
I am Eugene Harmon, a D1 soccer player from Africa. I came from Africa to USA on the precise date of March 3, 2009. I am presently in USA and l am looking fower to join a Professional soccer(football) team in and out of USA. I am presently playing college soccer(football) in USA for my college. I have a great exprience in two positions on the soccer field; RIGHT MIDFIELD AND DEFENSIVE MIDFIELD. Upon these positions, l am willing to joined any professional soccer(football) team in and out of UAS.My email addresses are; harmon1988@yahoo.com / harmon1988@live.com / eugeneharmon4@gmail.com
Thanks
Eugene Harmon
(Blessing)
Comment by Decebal Campean on November 3, 2009 at 10:41am
Hello!
My name is Campean Decebal,I am a soccer coach from Romania.
Ia m looking for a coaching job in foreign country.
My e-mail address is decebal.campean@yahoo.com
Contact me and i will send you my CV and UEFA A license.
Thank you
Decebal Campean
Comment by MARK BEDI on September 9, 2009 at 1:04pm
Mark is my name and i come from Ghana.i am 16 years old.i am player who need help and if you help me i will become a good player in future
Comment by Paul Harrison on September 9, 2009 at 11:47am
I am an experienced football/soccer coach with experience of coaching in england, africa and the USA. I am currently looking for the next step in my career If anyone can recommend websites, clubs etc it would be much appreciated

Regards
Comment by henry on September 3, 2009 at 10:52am
Hi Jeff

Like you I am a coach of a U14 team and we had a similar situation last weekend.
Our team were playing a weaker team and I did a few things which helped the match.
I changed our defence and offence around to help even things up and I also reduced the number pf players we had on the pitch. This made the game a bit more interesting although we did still end up winning by 8 goals. However at the end of the game I had all my players give 3 cheers for the opposing team for all there efforts.
With regard to your second comment I think it would be best to have a parent meeting after practice and layout what ou expect from the players, their parents and the coaches. I did this and it worked really well for me. It also helps the parents understand that whilst you are happy for them to support their child it is important that they use a universal language.
hpe this helps a bit.
Comment by Auxerre Polynice on July 9, 2009 at 5:56pm
Hi please help me find a club cause i really want to play soccer.I live in Tallahassee,florida and i went to Godby High School if you finf it you can email me at polynice1@hotmail.com or call me at (850)668-8643 bye.
Comment by Jeff Beeman on April 26, 2009 at 10:43pm
Great input and thank you!
Comment by Ted Foster on April 26, 2009 at 8:11am
Hi Jeff,

If you are in the exact same situation again take to the pitch with fewer players. I have done this a few times in the past against teams struggling to score a goal. This will make your team work harder and learn from being down on numbers while helping the struggling team learn to capitalize on and advantage at the same time. Another option is to play players in unfamiliar positions.

If you feel the game is getting away from you, you can always add / adjust players to regain the upper hand. This would also limit the effect of sideline encouragement if you are playing 9 vs 11.

Communication barriers will always arise but parents should be aware of what the coach prefers and respect his wishes. It will be very hard to stop parents encouraging their children in their preferred language. Maybe point out that, while it may in some way help their child it does the opposite to his team mates that only speak english. A team should be unified no matter what nationality the players are and a conflict in language hinders the achievement of this.

Ted
 

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