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by: Robert L. Koger

A complete reference for coaching young players ages 4 through 8.

Robert Koger has coached youth soccer for over 25 years. In this book he shares his knowledge and experience with new coaches. Koger covers everything a new coach needs to know: the rules of the game, the layout of the field, the logistics of finding playing space, setting up practices and even handling pesky problem parents.

It's an invaluable guide to coaching youth soccer. Hardcover 243 pages.

Por: Robert L. Koger

Una guía completa para entrenar jugadores de 4 a 8 años.

Robert Koger ha sido entrenador de fútbol durante 25 años. En su libro comparte su conocimiento y experiencia con nuevos entrenadores. Abarca todo lo que un nuevo entrenador debe

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