Stop the bad habits before they start. The key to any good soccer player is the communication from the foot to the brain. If your son or daughter has the desire to work hard after the sessions are over on what we went over I would be happy to help; however, I don't want to teach kids unless they have the desire to push what they have been taught to a higher level. Soccer is a sport not built on size, color of skin, or how much money the parents have. I have coached in Plano since I could drive. I have played club soccer, college ball and with I have been able to help elevate kids to higher levels. Yes I am older than most coaches (47) but I bring to the pitch a son of 16 that can demonstrate what I have done with him.
I don't hold a a license but I have been involved with soccer here in North Texas through my security background with FC Dallas as the team security manager and I have learned a simple fact. They practice just like the kids! Only it's serious, business like and very crisp hard controlled passes and well placed shots. All that talent came from hard work and unique coaching they have found from sources outside of the regular team practices.
I can't stress how important just a few lessons can improve a young player's ability to learn the drills and generate self confidence. My son will attend the sessions to help create a unique setting of seeing what can be done with just a little drill and a lot of hard work. I do expect parents to stay for the entire session and they are welcome to provide feedback. I am currently licensed as a Supervisor with the Texas Department of Public Safety and I have cleared the FBI annual background check.
I currently have a dozen boys playing ball for Plano High School Teams, two in college and one just retired from the M.L.S..
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