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Effective Coaching and Management of Top Level Teams

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by Matt Driver and Steve Nicol

Coaching soccer successfully at the highest levels takes more than just X's and O's. Molding a group of advanced players, each with a unique personality, into a cohesive unit with common team goals is a task that requires presence, tact, preparation, tough decision-making, effective communication, conflict management and vision.

The authors have achieved coaching success at the top level of the game and share with you in this book not only several proven training sessions but also an inside look into the dynamics of coaching a professional soccer team. 174 pages

Published: March 2004 - Reedswain


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