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Wingate University Women’s Soccer Blog 10/4/2011

0 Submitted by on Tue, 04 October 2011, 15:30
“It’s repetition of affirmations that leads to belief–and once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Muhammad Ali               When we looked at our 2011 schedule last year, this past week was set up to be our most critical in terms of Conference competition and a lot of games in a Continue Reading...
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Bill Beswick’s 10 Winning Strategies For Coaches

0 Submitted by on Thu, 29 September 2011, 15:24
The following was taken from Bill Beswick’s presentation at the 2008 NSCAA Convention in Baltimore.¬†Beswick spoke in depth about ten strategies all top coaches use to maximize their team’s potential. Below is a brief summary of them:       1. Define winning and get real. – ¬†Set goals and a establish a work ethic for your team. – 1st Continue Reading...
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2v3 Defending When Outnumbered

0 Submitted by on Thu, 22 September 2011, 20:11
Defending against superior numbers can happen a number of times in a game. Most notably this happens on the counter attack and when the attacking team break through defensive pressure in the midfield. This exercise starts at the half way line but takes place around the penalty area. It features three attacking players against two defenders and a goal keeper. Continue Reading...
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Playing On The Half Turn

0 Submitted by on Thu, 22 September 2011, 13:26
What Is Playing On the Half-Turn? Playing on the half-turn requires you to not receive the ball facing the player that passes you the ball but instead standing already half turned. This enables the player receiving the ball to turn in the opposite direction and play away from where the ball has come. Playing on the half-turn also encourages the Continue Reading...
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Playing On The Half Turn

0 Submitted by on Thu, 22 September 2011, 13:26
What Is Playing On the Half-Turn? Playing on the half-turn requires you to not receive the ball facing the player that passes you the ball but instead standing already half turned. This enables the player receiving the ball to turn in the opposite direction and play away from where the ball has come. Playing on the half-turn also encourages the Continue Reading...
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Playing On The Half Turn

0 Submitted by on Thu, 22 September 2011, 13:26
What Is Playing On the Half-Turn? Playing on the half-turn requires you to not receive the ball facing the player that passes you the ball but instead standing already half turned. This enables the player receiving the ball to turn in the opposite direction and play away from where the ball has come. Playing on the half-turn also encourages the Continue Reading...
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0 Submitted by on Thu, 08 September 2011, 15:44
Dealing With Set-Backs Over the course of a season, every player is going to have disappointments whether as an individual or in a team setting. It is therefore important that we have a strategy to deal with these in order to recover and regain your focus. Certain setbacks may include – not starting, not getting the playing time you want Continue Reading...
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