Skills for Adults/Coaches to Develop Being a role model in everyday relationships, because young people need consistency. Resoecting young people in our thoughts, words and actions so not to contribute to feelings of hurt and possibly provoke anger and violence. Being aware of the effect that our thoughts, words and expressions can have on our young people To regain our inner calm … [Read more...]
John Northey's Official online blog. This area will cover a range of topics and may often include a football drill that can be discussed directly with John and the Swooper Coach team.
Trust is creating enormous Respect. Click on Trust … [Read more...]
Grid work 5 v 2, Great inside work 5 v 2 Grid … [Read more...]
Goal Kicking Run in straight. We all have a tendency to deviate in the last couple of strides believing we will generate more power in our kick by swinging out wide. Wrong. Run in straight (this will take a lot of practice). I have found the more you practice you will find that you can generate as much power by running straight. Goal Kicking Click … [Read more...]
Being part of an club that is trying to drive a large change, whether that’s implementing a new training system or moving to a new strategy, (culture) you need to have a vision. Creating a vision … [Read more...]
The Coaches Role Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 If we wish to obtain respect from players, we need to lead by example We are Role Models Everyday relationships need consistency Respecting young people/players Being aware of the effect that our thoughts, words and the way we express ourselves have on young players. Expressing ourselves without attacking or criticising Listening with … [Read more...]