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Hello, my name is Frank Gibson. I’m a NYSCA certified soccer coach.

As you already know, NYSCA stands for: National Youth Sports Coaches Association. I’ve been so fortunate to play soccer for the last 33 years. I just can’t seem to give it up.

Believe it or not, there are five or six over forty soccer teams still competing in my area to the best of their ability.

Think about that for a moment, guys in their forties and fifties still playing. Soccer is awesome.

It’s fast, skillful, exciting, and it crosses all national borders.

It’s the most popular sport in the world. What could be better than making that perfect pass that is struck beautifully in the corner of the net, as the twine bends with the force of a powerful shot. Nothing could be better.

I guess it’s obvious I love the game of soccer. So let me try to get you just as excited about coaching a game that all the world can’t seem to live without.

What we’re going to do is to run through some helpful suggestions as to how you can coach a youth soccer team successfully.

How to run age appropriate drills, practice with greater effectiveness, how to encourage your players, ensure they have fun, manage your players and keep their parents actively involved.

Let’s now go to a practice field with Chris Vaughn, who is a professional soccer trainer.

I’ll come back and make comments from time to time, but Chris is going to do an excellent job instructing youth in the various skills, and running a whole host of drills.

Let’s watch, listen, learn and have some fun, beginning with dribbling.

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