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Coaching Youth (age 13-18)

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mikecross
Mike Cross said:

Food for thought !
My mentor(football) has worked a lot on "develop the player & the results will look after themselves" - which is working.

I like the phrase "person before player" & will be working with fellow coaches/parents to make the whole experience more fun/player centred - indeed we want to create the right environment where players want to come but also working on things like welcoming the opposition , the free things like being on time , trying your best , setting the standards - all good life skills.

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SimonL

I think it's the toughest thing getting the balance right between enjoyment and hard work. Working with young (10U) players who are already representing counties and regions makes it extremely hard to also keep the parental expectations in check.

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