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  1. Northern Lights S.C. Winter Travel Coaches Meeting To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development.

  2. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Board Members President –Kotchi Prosper president@northernlightssoccer.org Vice President- Jim Stange vicepresident@northernlghtssoccer.org Travel Director- Josh Boss boysdirector@northernlightssoccer.org Rec Director- Joe Helback recdirector@northernligihtssoccer.org Field Director-Dennis Lehman fielddirector@northernlightssoccer.org Uniform Director-Jason George uniforms@northernlightssoccer.org Equipment-Chip Davids equipmentmgr@northernlightssoccer.org Tournament Director: Andy Severance Tournaments@northernlightssoccer.org Fundraising Director: Marleen Cross Fundraising@northernlightssoccer.org

  3. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Staff • DOC-Michael O’Reilly Doc@northernlightssoccer.org (320)-237-4635 • U9-U12 Technical Director- Jay Moore (651)-214-4764 • DOO- Tammy Hayft directorofops@northernlightssoccer.org (612)-309-9794 • Registrar/Communications- Sarah Boyum registrar@northernlightssoccer.org (612)-670-2000

  4. PACT • The Coaches PACT meeting will be held: When: Feb. 4 at 6 p.m. Where: Ramsey Alexander Room • Mandatory for ALL coaches, assistant coaches, and managers- NO EXCEPTIONS • Your ACTIONS will speak louder than their WORDS.

  5. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Have you already done your: Application? Background Check? Concussion Training? Are all your players registered? Get it done by December 30th!

  6. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Player Development Philosophy Players develop best when put in multiple environments. We want our players to experience as many different problems as possible to develop decision-making skills, creativity, awareness, and confidence. If we always give them the answers, they won’t know how to play for themselves.

  7. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Ten Reason why not to coach a player on the ball • Young players can’t multi-task • They won’t talk if you do all the talking • The moment is gone • Decision making skills • You miss a chance to analyze the game • You miss a chance to coach those you should • You make the player nervous • They can’t hear you • You may be wrong • They can only become puppets Roy Dunshee. http://nscaa.com/blog/2010/coaching/ten-reasons-to-not-coach-the-player-in-possession/

  8. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. • Winter Programs • Club Training • Futsal League • Soccer Tennis • Age Group Development Checklists • Team Planning • Coaches Education Sessions.

  9. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development.

  10. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development.

  11. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Winter 2013 Improve the individual Improve the technical ability of every player. To have a successful style of play, we must develop strong, technical players. Without Technique, players will be unable to reach their highest potential. Give our players a chance to succeed.

  12. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. • U8-U12 : Led by Technical Director • U13: Led by Coach- assisted by TD and DOC • Format: U8-U14 • Coaches are asked to be at each session, to provide assistance, and coach a group • Format: U15+ • Coaches will work with DOC design/follow winter curriculum • Goal: to improve our coaches knowledge and ability as well as to continue to develop our players.

  13. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Jay Moore U9-U12 Technical Director Winter Training Curriculum and Plan

  14. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Age Group Meetings When: February What: Age Group Meetings with Coaches, Players, and Parents Introduce everyone to the Club’s Philosophy and Goals as well as laying out expectations for the upcoming season. You are encouraged to hold your team meetings immediately after this meeting.

  15. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Age Group Development Plan U8-U13: Yearly Development plan geared towards the U13 year (11v11) U14+: Individual Team Plans -What do you want to achieve? -Promotion, Avoid Relegation, Trophies

  16. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Coach Development Plan Required # of attendance Hold field sessions at ASF Discussion- team management and season planning/structure Technique of keeping the ball (dribbling, shielding, turns, moves) Passing and Receiving technique Simple Possession (Angles of Support and movement) Principles of play (team organization ) Systems of play

  17. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Team Pages Roster information Schedules Pictures Stats USE IT!

  18. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Important Dates February 2 (Winter Symposium) February 15 (State Cup Applications due) March 4 (Final Rosters sent in to MYSA) April 13(District Meetings) April 29(Last day to drop or over—roster) April 29(League play Begins) Summer 2013 Coaches Meeting TBD (Late March or early April)

  19. To provide a fun, safe environment for players to develop foremost as a soccer player, in addition to social, physical, and mental, and personal development. Coaches Social Post-meeting El Azteca