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12 Feb 2016

2016 Winter II Soccer Session: Weeks 1-5 Recap

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MVSC 2016 Winter II Recap: Weeks 1-5

I hope this note finds you all doing well, and enjoying your time at Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex (MVSC) for this, the 2016 Youth “Winter II” Recreational Soccer Session!  Our MVSC Coaching Staff have been working hard with your young players, and have enjoyed having the opportunity to introduce new soccer-specific concepts to them and challenge them each week thus far in the Winter I Session, and we appreciate all of your support and your children’s participation with MVSC: Louisville’s leader in youth development!  I wanted to take an opportunity to update everyone on the various topics we have been introducing and training throughout the first five weeks of this “Winter II” Session, and to share all of the upcoming Programming (Leagues & Camps) that MVSC has recently launched for online registration that is currently available for the coming Spring Session!

As of the end of this week week (Saturday, February 13th), we have come to the end of “Week5” of our 2016 Winter II Youth Soccer Session here at MVSC, which also serves as the “half-way” point of this 10-week (total) Session. As you have hopefully noticed by now, our weekly training sessions will always include a technical warm-up, in which we include time for juggling, among other technical activities, in order to maximize players’ touches on the ball, and to help develop ball control (first touch).  The technical warm-up also introduces the soccer-specific topic(s) of the practice session for the day.  With the 6-7 age group, because of their cognitive and locomotive development, we always play fun imaginative games to keep the kids moving and engaged, normally with each player having a ball at his/her feet.  The 8-9 year olds are more spatially aware and are able to start passing and moving.  The 10-11 age group can combine with 3 or more players and are beginning to be more able to utilize bigger spaces in training and game activities.  Similarly the 12-13 age group can also combine with 3 or more players, and can even better understand most tactical elements of the game that they are being exposed to.  Given these cognitive and physical capabilities of each specific age group (generally speaking), you will see different coaching points being applied to the different age groups, albeit while teaching similar overall topic(s). To date, your young ones have put forth great effort and have done well in each of the weekly training sessions our MVSC Coaches have hosted!

Here is a brief overview by age group of the various objectives that our MVSC Coaching Staff have set out to accomplish throughout the entire 2016 Winter II Session by way of various training topics that the MVSC Coaching Staff have introduced through this point in time (through the first five weeks of the ten-week Winter II Session) and will continue to work to achieve throughout the remainder of the 2016 Winter II Session:

 6,7 Age group:

  • Continued introduction of and emphasis on the use of different surfaces of the foot when dribbling (sole of the foot, inside, outside, etc).
  • When passing make sure it’s with the inside of the foot, really start to get the kids away from using the toe…work towards a mastery of inside-foot-passing before progressing to master other surfaces of the foot appropriate for passing.
  • Usage of small-sided games to allow for coaching of individual players as well as groups of players, ultimately progressing towards a game-realistic setting in each practice to allow for each player to implement the various training topics into a “real game”.
  • Make sure they are having FUN, which is the most important thing

 

 

 

8,9 Age Group:

  • -Dribbling at speed and with their head up (knowing where they are on the field and what/who is around them to help make appropriate, possession-oriented decisions).
  • Passing/Receiving techniques + decision making (when to pass versus when to dribble).
  • When passing, ask players to use the inside of the foot, when they receive the ball make sure that they don’t stop the ball, have them take their first touch in the direction they want to go.
  • Usage of small-sided games to allow for coaching of individual players as well as groups of players, ultimately progressing towards a game-realistic setting in each practice to allow for each player to implement the various training topics into a “real game”.

 

10,11 Age Group:

  • When “going at” (trying to “beat”) a defender, dribble at speed and engage/isolate him/her (defender) 1 versus 1.
  • Passing/Receiving techniques + decision making (when to pass versus when to dribble)
  • Players in this age group need to start using their body to their advantage (Shielding)…introduction of shielding technique + explanation of when/why.
  • Player movement off the ball to create passing options for teammates and to maintain possession.
  • Communication- players need to start learning what to say, when and how to say it!
  • Usage of small-sided games to allow for coaching of individual players as well as groups of players, ultimately progressing towards a game-realistic setting in each practice to allow for each player to implement the various training topics into a “real game”.

 

12,13 Age Group:

  • When “going at” (trying to “beat”) a defender, dribble at speed and engage/isolate him/her (defender) 1 versus 1.
  • Passing/Receiving techniques + decision making (when to pass versus when to dribble).
  • Correct angle of support to create passing options for possession AND when defending.
  • Movement off the ball to create passing lanes in the attack and in possession.
  • Proper weight of the pass as well as introduction of various surfaces of the foot to use for passing/receiving other than only inside-foot.
  • Usage of small-sided games to allow for coaching of individual players as well as groups of players, ultimately progressing towards a game-realistic setting in each practice to allow for each player to implement the various training topics into a “real game”.

 

As previously mentioned, Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex (MVSC) has recently created and released to the public all of our upcoming 2016 Spring Programs that we have to offer for various levels of competition and continued involvement throughout the remainder of the school year!  MVSC wants to make sure all of our valued current customers receive all details pertaining to our upcoming Programs directly and encourage you to consider registration at your earliest convenience, in hopes of making sure our current customers have the best registration options, and in an effort to continue working to help develop your young soccer stars!  Please check out all that MVSC has to offer in the coming weeks as we head into our “Spring Sessions”, and visit us online TODAY to register and secure your child’s spot in one of our many popular Programs:

As for us, we thank you for being willing to bring your child to Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex (MVSC), Louisville’s leader in youth development, to learn and experience the beautiful game of soccer.  We will continue to do our best to create a player-centered and development-focused environment in which all MVSC players can continue to learn and become passionate about the beautiful game of soccer!

See you on the pitch,

Frank Peabody

Executive Director

Youth Program Director

Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex

fpeabody@mockingbirdsoccer.net

 

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