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The Modern Soccer Coach 2014: A Four Dimensional A&hellip by Gary Curneen
This is a fantastic book for coaches of all levels. It's a really easy read (a good thing!) and packed full of useful info and tips on how to get the most out of your coaching. The topics focussed on look fairly high-level at first, but don't be fooled - the sessions described are of high quality with good progressions. I've applied many of the sessions and tips in this book now and have been astonished at the difference it has made. Thoroughly recommended.
AnkerŪ Screen Protector for Asus MeMO Pad HD 7 [2 &hellip by Anker
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is how all screen protectors should be: easy to put on; forgiving if dust accidentally gets in whilst putting it on; and easy to get bubbles out of. Once on, the touchscreen doesn't feel any different, and so far, the protector appears to be scratch resistant. Couldn't ask for more and well worth paying a few quid extra for over the rest.
Soccer Brain: The 4C Coaching Model for Developing&hellip by Dan Abrahams
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book will transform the way most coaches actually coach. It details subjects that most coaching books don't even touch on. Dan has expertly articulated how areas of psychology can help get the most out of your players. Not just the star players, but every single one of your squad.

It's very well written, and contains clear, real-life examples to back up the theory. It's one of them books that has leaves wanting to read just one more page - I can't think of many coaching books that have done that!

The modern day coach needs more than drills, tactical nous, and game know-how. In an age where the focus on grassroots development is so high-profile, a coach should be… Read more