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How can teamwork benefit your youth team?   

How can teamwork benefit your youth team?   

Chances are you’ve heard the phrase, “There’s no I in team,” bandied about a few times and possibly even let it go as yet another form of motivational speak passed over to us from across the Atlantic. However, it’s a phrase that has its uses and what it does illustrate

How Do You Choose The Right Football Boot?

How Do You Choose The Right Football Boot?

There’s not much that you need to have a decent game of footie and this could be one of the reasons why people all over the place are having a go. From your back garden (or the living room), to the local park or school playground, it’s such an accessible

Could your youth player be the next Messi or Vardy?

Could your youth player be the next Messi or Vardy? 

Aspiring to the heady heights of football world domination, might seem leagues away for your youth football side, but, even the likes of Messi, Ronaldo and our very own Jamie Vardy all had to start somewhere. If you’re wondering, could your youth player be the next Messi or Vardy, then

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THINGS TO BEAR IN MIND FOR A FIRST TIME COACH

You may have a youngster who is mad about football, or perhaps you are a big fan of the beautiful game yourself and would like to pass on that love to future generations by teaching children how to play. If you’ve considered becoming a youth football coach for the first

HOW TO TELL YOUR YOUTH PLAYERS ARE HAVING FUN 

When you’re young, any hobby or activity should be more about fun and enjoyment than anything else. Through being happy and well occupied, a young person will be more willing and able to learn, while having the chance to develop their personality and discover the direction that they want to

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Football Formations. Which One to Use?

There are several football formations that a manager can choose for his or her team to get the best results, depending on team strengths, the state of play and the ability of the side that they’re playing against. The most common and adaptable football formation used in UK football is

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Top five tips for football parents

We want the best for our children don’t we? That’s why we encourage them to work hard and be good at what they do. But, in among all the hopes and aspirations, it’s important to also allow your child an element of fun and self-belief. The chance to enjoy what

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Improve your Youth Team’s Shooting Skills

There’s an art to being able to shoot accurately in football and often much of it comes with practice, greater spatial awareness and a good understanding of the way you should hold yourself and the way you should move. With a bit of dedication, players can learn to be conscious