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Many coaches know that the Dutch have a remarkable reputation for developing players to the highest level. In this DVD licensed, well-known Dutch coaches teach you how to develop your players to become better soccer players.

Jan Pruijin, Terry Michler, Harry Jansen and Theo Derks go over the philosophies of Dutch soccer. They take you on the field to help you create a team that plays beautiful, effective soccer.

For players aged 8-18.

Three Discs:

Dutch Philosophy & Vision - 31:41 min.

Technical Training - 71:16 min.

Small-Sided Games - 58:42 min

Total - 161:39 minutes


Muchos entrenadores reconocen la reputación de los holandeses para desarrollar jugadores. En este DVD, un grupo de entrenadores holandeses te enseñan cómo hacer lo propio con tus jugadores. Jan Pruijin, Terry Michler, Harry Jansen y Theo Derks repasan la f

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