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Football is ever changing no matter the age group. Players are quicker, stronger and more creative. Teams work harder, cover more distance and face more challenges than ever before.

As the game gets quicker, the role of the coach can never be underestimated. Coaches are essential for teaching and developing players at every level of football. To give their players the best advantage, coaches must be aware of the latest techniques and philosophies involved in coaching the game.

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Soccer Practice for Winning Book

Book Summary: Derek Smethurst, author of Soccer Technique for Winning and Soccer Offense for Winning presents his favourite and most effective practice sessions. These games and exercises are time tested and proven to produce winners at every level of the game. Includes sessions for passing, driblling, shooting, competitive games, crossing, fitness. Each session includes a clear diagram, detailed description and invaluable coaching tips. Author: Derek Smethurst (c. 1948 in Durban) is a former professional soccer player from South Africa who played with Chelsea F.C., in the early 1970s, and then with the Tampa Bay Rowdies from 1975 to 1977. Now an accomplished author and sports consultant, Derek lives in Valrico, FL, and runs a soccer camp. Derek led the Tampa Bay Rowdies of the NASL in goals scored for the three years he played with them. In the early 70’s he scored a key goal for Chelsea helping them win a semi-final match in the 1970/71 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. He later played with Millwall as well before joining the NASL. Derek Smethurst also played in the NFL pre-season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a placekicker and wore the jersey #3 in 1977. Smethurst played soccer in his native South Africa with Addington and Durban City. From a sporting family, his father Norman was a soccer Springbok in the 1930s and brother Peter played for Johannesburg Ramblers and Blackpool. Printed: 2003
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