The Best of Soccer Journal: The NSCAA Guide to Soccer Coaching Excellence offers insight into the Four Pillars of soccer. Those pillars are: Technique, Tactics, the Mental and the Physical. The fifth section describes to the reader how to coach.
In the chapter on technique nationally known coaches describe soccer-specific techniques and how to present them to the team. The topics include: Principles of Teaching Technique, Dribbling, Shielding, Tackling, Receiving and Passing as basic techniques for the player. In addition to these skills, section one explores goalkeeper technique.
Chapter two details the evolution of tactics in the game of soccer going back to the late 1800s and finishing with a discussion of the latest in tactics at the international level including the 4-4-2, 4-3-3 and the 3-5-2. In addition the most popular systems of play from the soccer world are described in detail. Both attacking and defending in each system is examined.
Chapter three teaches the mental side of playing soccer. This is the last frontier for our players and teams. It is an important aspect of coaching and mental training is a responsibility of all coaches today. The articles examine mental preparation for both men and women soccer players and teams.
Chapter four explores the topics of fitness and nutrition. The articles discuss everything from warm-ups to post game nutrition. There are articles for youth soccer players as well as college and professional soccer players.
Once the reader examines the Four Pillars of Soccer, chapter five deals with how to coach and manage a team. Coaching is examined at all levels from U6 to professional. This chapter offers answers to many questions that coaches will have every season.
The Best of Soccer Journal offers some of the best articles from the NSCAA's Soccer Journal from the last twenty years. Soccer Journal is the official publication of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Contributors include Anson Dorrance, Bob Bradley, Tony DiCicco, Mike Noonan and many other great coaches, trainers and managers. This book is beautifully illustrated with full color modern diagrams throughout.
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Jay Martin (editor) is the winningest coach in college men's soccer history with a total of 621 wins, and his career winning percentage of .819 entering the 2012 season ranks ninth all-time. In 2011, Martin guided Ohio Wesleyan to its second NCAA Division III national championship. Martin also has served a term as president of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. He has been a color analyst of the Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew for 9 seasons. He has been the editor of the NSCAA's The Soccer Journal since January, 2003, becoming the publication's third editor since its establishment in 1950.
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