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U10 Coaching Guide gathered by Michael Karlin and Rand Bleimeister AYSO Region 76 Beverly Hills, CA For more data, contact Michael at webmaster@ayso76.org or Rand at rbleimeister@ayso76.org

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Introduction This training guide conquers any hindrance between the authority AYSO Under 10 honing manual and the handy substances of instructing a group with only one diversion and hour of practice every week The aide highlights Keys to achievement How to arrange a Practice anticipates 10 weeks Tips on each of the activities, bores and scrimmage recreations Goalkeeping 101 How to mentor an amusement The practice arrangements are obligatory for mentors in their first or second year of honing Under 10 and they are emphatically prescribed to more experienced mentors

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Keys to Success – 1 Be sure The honing sandwich: Wrap your evaluates with two cuts of applause Players show signs of improvement by making, not maintaining a strategic distance from, missteps K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Sweetheart) Talk less, utilize words with 1 or 2 syllables Don\'t address, keep it short If you should gab, do it on sideline after practice Encourage your players to rehearse at home Give them homework – work on juggling, "touch", spilling, turning, watch a diversion, kick ball against a divider or with a guardian or companion Get parental bolster Encourage players to watch soccer on TV; motivate guardians to take them to proficient, school and secondary school amusements Follow the educational programs yet let us know how it functions for you

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Keys to Success – 2 Have a practice arrangement – utilize the week by week lesson arranges You have only one hour Arrive right on time at the field Know what you are going to show Require players to arrive 15 minutes before your official begin time, so they can put on spikes and get prepared Work with associate mentor to check out spaces with level cones All exercises ought to include regular touches of the ball Learn the practice and penetrate movement Start with no weight – time or space Add constrained weight – either time or space Full weight – a few players required in diversion like circumstances Game conditions – diversion with tenets intended to accentuate what you need to show Give the most time to the weakest players – how well you mentor them will decide how effective your group is

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Practice Plan All practices must be sorted out into five fragments: Warm-up (100% with the ball) – 10 minutes One or two expertise drills – 15 minutes A scrimmage or diversion – 15-20 minutes A second bore toward the end – 10 minutes Cool down run and extend on sidelines after practice, not before Follow the lesson arranges Do every one of the 5 sections; don\'t stress on the off chance that you can\'t do each drill/movement Prepare your practice before you get to the field Be certain every player brings a soccer ball (size 4) and water Players wear hone uniform: white shirt, dark shorts and socks Bring balls, level cones, water, pump. Discretionary: Small overlap up objectives Bring vests: 5 x 2 hues to run amusements and drills at every practice Hydration is fundamental: Frequent short , taught water breaks, particularly ahead of schedule in season We lean toward water to sweetened beverages so players take more liquid

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The Warm Up 8 and 9 year olds don\'t have to extend; current speculation is that static extending before practice is terrible at any age They should warm up; element extending discretionary at this age Warm ups ought to dependably include the ball Types of warm ups: Ball aptitudes, e.g. juggling, running set up with ball, spilling set up Dribbling Different sorts of spills, turns and moves Dribble over the field or inside a lattice Warm ups with 2 or 3 players that enhance touch and passing Control, precision and touch are what matter – not speed The keys: No contact (handling) Constant action Make the warm up important to whatever remains of your practice

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Skill Drills Your practice ought to have a subject - the ability drills need to fit with the topic Don\'t attempt to mentor three things without a moment\'s delay Break down and organize the components of every aptitude Keep it moving – no lines and steady action The players won\'t get drilled by consistent reiteration But they will get diverted and drilled by remaining around You should have the capacity to mentor the expertise; on the off chance that you can\'t, get assistance from somebody who can, including your best players Coaching an aptitude does not mean you must have the capacity to perform It implies understanding the aptitude, having the capacity to clarify it and having the capacity to analyze botches Slow it down – tell the players "Practice as quick you can, not as quick you can\'t" (John Wooden) Players were conceived with two feet – make them use both

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Scrimmages and Games Don\'t simply scrimmage. Scrimmages ought to be tuned to the practice topic (more on this later). A few illustrations you will see later: To show offense: Use uneven groups Shorten the field to take out move To show passing: Use Hands Game Alley Game - make a field with cone-delineated passing paths Coaches: Play in a diversion or scrimmage just in the event that you comprehend what you\'re doing Don\'t flaunt and don\'t score BE CAREFUL – the players are a third to a half of your weight Scrimmage in center of practice, not the end, so players don\'t spend the entire work on sitting tight for it to start

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End of the Practice Don\'t end the practice with the end of the scrimmage Do no less than one more penetrate toward the end of the practice – no less than 7 - 10 minutes LEAVE TIME FOR THIS Let the players take water while you set up the drill Make the drill fun and, like never before, constant action is key Shooting and kicking drills are great as of now In the early part of the season, this can likewise be a decent time to discuss situating for the amusement After the last bore, have your players run no less than 100 yards as a group – ensure they are all together. Alternatively have them do some extends after the cool down. You can do this on the sideline so you can let next group on field

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10 Weeks of Practice Plans Here is the means by which you sort out your initial 10 hones Each practice is themed Here are the subjects: Week 1: Getting Started Week 2: Throw-Ins/Finding Space Week 3: Passing 1 Week 4: Defense 1 Week 5: Set Pieces Week 6: Dribbling and Turns Week 7: Kicking Week 8: Passing 2 Week 9: Defense 2 Week 10: Passing 3 If you can get in a moment rehearse before your first diversion, do the Dribbling and Turns Practice

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Theme: "Beginning" Week 1 Gather your players at the main practice. Tell players: We play soccer since it\'s enjoyable to play The objective of the diversion is to score a larger number of objectives than your rivals In the following couple of weeks you will figure out how to play the amusement and you\'ll take in the aptitudes you have to play the diversion well You will figure out how to spill, how to turn, how to pass, how to kick, how to score objectives, and how to keep the other group from scoring objectives against you Getting preferable is more imperative over winning At the primary practice, every one of your players ought to meet each other and take in their names utilizing the "circle drill" portrayed in the Week 1 and Week 2 arranges You should convey to rehearse a journal containing each player\'s therapeutic discharge structure marked by a guardian Ask players to concoct a group name and cheer

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Theme: "Beginning" Week 1 Start with the Circle Drill (3-5 minutes) Players around – 20 yards in distance across Player yells own name LOUD, kicks ball to any player aside from right or left Start with one ball in circle; include a second ball Warm up by running with the ball (10 minutes) Coach shows basic spilling method (see next slide) Players spill in 1 or 2 bunches starting with one line then onto the next line 30 yards away Teach how to pass the ball (15 minutes) Emphasize procedure #1 (plant foot by ball - see slide after next) Players pair off and pass the ball to each other Coach watches and mentors every player on strategy 3 v 3 hone amusement (15 minutes) No goalkeepers; 1 or 2 players (or mentors) are untouched assailants Tell players to get open; don\'t pack up; stop play frequently to keep this Players must spread out and go to each other. They have to holler for ball Shooting drill (10 minutes) Players get in a line at PK mark. 2 lines at inverse objectives if >5 players. Mentor remains alongside left post and moves ball gradually crosswise over objective. Every player keeps running up and score with inside right foot from 2 (yes, 2!) yards out After 5 minutes, mentor goes to right post and players must utilize left foot

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Week 1 Pointers - Dribbling If >5 players, assign each a 1 or 2 and keep running in 2 bunches Have them stop ball dead (with bundle of foot) on line before turning; variation: have them do remove turns inside or Don\'t hit ball with within foot Touch ball with instep, toe indicating down, foot making a clench hand Run typically when foot not touching ball – no waddling Touch the ball as frequently as possible, which means delicate touch HEAD UP!! Mentor runs in reverse confronting players, holding up hands and requesting that players shout what number of fingers Another spilling warm-up: Find an obliged space and: Have them spill around without running into each other; stop on order (you can utilize "Simon Says" for this, as well) Have them stop ball with wad of foot and afterward take an alternate ball See Week 7 for more pointers on spilling and turns

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Week 1 Pointers – Kicking Technique All these pointers apply to each sort of kick At this stage, underscore the push pass (ball hit with within foot – more precise). NO TOES!! #1: (see next slide): Plant foot (non-kicking foot) ought to be: Toe level with front of ball with space between plant foot and ball Pointed in heading of kick – same for push pass, instep kick or shot #2: All weight on plant foot; kicking foot can swing unreservedly #3: Long last stride with plant foot: Kicking foot is actually back and doesn\'t need to be lifted back Single development – plant and kick, don\'t plant, delay and kick #4: Follow through – complete l

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