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Coaching Tip of the Week
 

Coaching Tip of the Week!

November 3, 2015

 All training sessions need to have a competitive component to them in the technical activities.  We want the kids performing their technique at game speed and under pressure.  Even the youngest players that struggle with the mechanical part of the game should be put into situations where there are winners and losers.  The consequences can be minor so we aren’t “punishing” players who try hard.  However, the sooner we teach our players in training the game is played in a competitive environment the better off they will be in actual games.  They should also understand that they don’t have to win, but they do have to play to win.

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ASA Coaching Education

The next Coaching Development Session will be run by DC United Asst coach Amos Magee.  Amos will work with the U18 Boys Impact Red at Long Bridge Park on Thursday, November 12, from 8-9:30pm. The topic of the session will be announced soon.  The session plan will be posted online at http://www.arlingtonsoccer.com/coaching-education/  
  

VYSA State Cup Results

Congratulations to all 4 Arlington Teams that qualified for the VYSA State cup Semi-Finals last weekend. Unfortunately, the  U18 Girls Rowdies Red and U15 Boys United Red lost in the Semi Finals.  The U16 Boys Eagles Red lost in double overtime in the finals.  On a positive note the U15 Comets Red won the VYSA State Cup and qualified for the Regional tournament in West Virginia next Summer. Congratulations to the comets who are coached by Mo Tayari and Mo Jebali.
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