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Lucky614

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If you walked on to the field of say Manchester United Academy. What is about the coach/coaches that makes them stand out from a regular academy or soccer school in the same area. What are the little things that the best coaches do and how do we adapt those things to allow ourselves to become more professional in our approach to coaching.
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The details Lucky....the details...These guys don't leave ANYTHING to chance.

I could bore you by explaining the exhaustable programme these guys follow, and the level of detail of everything which is astonishing.
But imagine yourself on the field with these guys and the seamless way they progress from the beginning to the end of the session will leave you dizzy.

I remember this from a way back:
"IF YOU WANT TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL, THEN YOU MUST ACT AS A PROFESSIONAL NOW"

 

Lucky614

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if you dont bore me, i will not learn a dame things, so you decide if it worth your effort to tell me the programs they use so i can add to my own coaching.
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Sorry Lucky, its a misunderstanding. What I was trying to say was that there is so much information about all this that it could be too much for some. In no way was I trying to say I wasnt bothered.

Most if not ALL top Academies run to a coaching curriculum. But the coaching relationships with players is only achieved by qualities that each of the 'team' behind the team bring to the club. Apologies if you thought I was being flippant.

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I know that Kev? Was hoping for some of your insight to save me a bunch of time going through the tones of grap, when you have been there. So hand it over? Lol
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