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Athlete Performance Futsal in Kansas City

Now, hopefully the soccer clubs can curb their money grab and not try to figure out a way to hijack the courts, and continue their oppression of those with the greatest athletic potential.

Soccer Careers Major League Soccer doesn't want promotion and relegation.

Major League Soccer is now starting to follow the same pattern as the NFL, drafting college players and promoting their colleges & universities, thereby feeding the educational machine, strengthening the evil NCAA and creating a professional soccer athlete clearing house to draw cheap labor from.

Economics Paid Youth Soccer Coaches

Clubs with the highest fees tend to look more like government WELFARE-TO-WORK programs, as you have a dozen coaches waiting at the club house to “clock-in” at 6pm and begin the first of their 3 practices for the evening.

Soccer Careers Univerity of New Mexico starting goalkeeper, Patrick Poblete

They have both spent thousands of dollars on gas to drive carpools to practice, the best equipment that we could afford, uniforms, as well as countless afternoons on the sidelines of u-12 games roasting away in the heat and not once have I ever heard either of them complain. Once my parents realized that soccer was my passion, they dedicated themselves wholeheartedly to ensuring that I could be as successful as I wanted to be.

The Big Picture Coaching from the Bench

Many youth soccer clubs are starting to look like third-world mega-corps with 6 figure salaries for Executive and Technical Directors, while the bathrooms are filthy, the fields & equipment are deteriorating, and the coaches are getting paid just over minimum wage. The results are high coach turnover, frustrated parents and emotional coaches.

The Big Picture FC Barcelona

Developed by Dutch powerhouse club Ajax, from 1969 to 1973, Total Football (Dutch: totaalvoetbal) is a system of play (like Barcelona) that focuses on tight possession of the ball within the midfield and explosive offensive endeavors. It’s not uncommon to see teams that have mastered this tactic dominate a match by possessing the ball as much as 80% of the game. Tiki-taka is an evolution of the Total Football system into the quick passing, highly possessive style of soccer that Barcelona plays today.

The Big Picture Youth Soccer refereeing is a thankless job, but people still do it.

Referee abuse is an anomaly to normal society. If you saw a late 30’s to early 50’s adult standing on the sidewalk berating a teenager or young adult from a distance, you’d probably intercede or call the police. But at youth sporting events, it’s commonplace and accepted.

The Big Picture Youth Soccer Development in the U. S.

There are thousands of good players that never achieved their potential because of the selfishness of coach’s who were only interested in collecting trophies. That loss of thousands of potentially great players means that American soccer doesn’t have the best-of-the-best representing us at the highest level, but instead, we have the best-of-what’s-left.

The Big Picture Playing soccer with the coach's kid can be detrimental to your sanity and your child's self-esteem

Game time is development time, and giving one player more playing time than another means that someone has to play less, and will therefore develop slower. The only thing that could make this situation even WORSE would be if the coach was obviously playing HIS OWN CHILD more than any other player.

Athlete Performance Player battling for control of the soccer ball

Professional coaches will tell you that the average athlete needs to train about twenty hours a week to become professional and to remain competitive. When you break it down, that means that to get all of the training you need to become “professional”, it’ll take 8,ooo to 10,000 hours. And there lies OUR problem.