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Title: 2015 Coaches Meeting


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2015 Coaches Meeting
C1 Maroon Teams
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Agenda
  • Welcome and Thanks
  • Club Staff
  • Club training
  • Coaches Training
  • Communications- New Shape of top team training
    and why
  • Equipment needs AccountServices_at_ccunitedsoccer.c
    om
  • The Structure change of the higher level team
  • The Team meeting
  • Goals and objectives
  • Team Expectations

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Our Mission
  • CC United is a non-profit community organization
    whose mission is to provide elite competitive and
    recreational soccer programs based on
    sportsmanship, teamwork and leadership together
    with high quality, age-appropriate player, coach
    and referee development.

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Our Values
  • 1. CONDUCT ourselves with integrity, respect,
    fairness and open, honest communication. Lead by
    example while demonstrating sportsmanship and
    respect for the game in everything we do. 2.
    Place our highest priority on DEVELOPMENT by
    consistently delivering the highest quality
    players, referees and coaches while fostering a
    love for the game within all of our players at
    all levels of play. 3. BUILD TEAMS by matching
    every player's individual goals and abilities to
    the best team within each age group with the goal
    of having highly competitive teams at all levels
    of play by U12. 4. Demonstrate FINANCIAL
    RESPONSIBILITY by delivering the most value for
    our Members.

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Social Media Responsibility
  • 1. Coaches who wish to engage with their team
    electronically should maintain separate
    professional and personal accounts. 
  • 2. Consider creating your Facebook/Twitter
    presence not as an individual account or as a
    group associated with an individual account, but
    rather as an interest page.
  • 3. Closely monitor commenting within your team
    social media presence.
  • 4. Responsible coaches should never post
    identifiable youth athlete information, including
    photographs, without the permission of both the
    athlete and the parent. Ever. 

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Social Media Responsibility
  • 5. As a community leader, you are also
    responsible for complying with the Childrens
    Online Privacy Protection Act whenever you engage
    in social media.
  • 6. Politely decline personal friend requests. If
    an athlete attempts to friend you at your
    personal social media destinations or at your
    personal email address, experts advise to
    politely decline.
  • 7. Exercise caution and common sense. The
    landscape of social media keeps changing. When in
    doubt, err on the side of caution.

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CC United Club Staff
  • JOHN TUDOR, Director of Coach Development
  • Provides 2 coach evaluations for competitive
    program
  • Provides 1 in-game evaluation per coach in the
    competitive program
  • Attends competitive team training
  • Attends club tryouts
  • Provides fall master coach program
  • Contacts MYSA to gain feedback on coaches taking
    their D license
  • Provides contact club evaluation for coaches
    taking their D license

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CC United Club Staff
  • JOE SZORSCIK, Assistant Director of coaching
  • Provides support to the DOC
  • Provides support to team for session coverage
  • Available for team goalkeeper sessions
  • Assists iSoccer program
  • Member of the tryout evaluation staff
  • Coordinates Club volunteers
  • Schedules winter training space for competitive
    program
  • Updates Club members on field status
  • Develops youth goalkeeper coach training program
  • Organizes fall winter and summer goalkeeping
    clinics
  • Team preparation manager
  • Organizes Futsal league

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CC United Club Staff
  • TRACY JOHNSON, Club Administrator
  • Registration
  • Web page
  • Twitter
  • Communications
  • MELANIE MERTES, Account Services
  • Accounts
  • Payments
  • Team manager support
  • HOLLY NELSON, Club Operations
  • Paid Coaches contracts
  • Payments
  • DANEEN GONCALVES, Referee Assignor
  • Referee scheduler

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Club Training Calendar
MONTH November December TRAINING LOCATION DURATION/WEEK
MONTH November December iSoccer Victoria 1 per week
MONTH November December U11 Team Training Champions 2x per week
MONTH November December Master Coach U9/10 Champions 1 per week
MONTH November December Goalkeeper Training Champions U9/10 1 per week
MONTH November December Goalkeeper Training Champions U11 2 x per week

Please Note
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Club Training Calendar

MONTH January February TRAINING LOCATION DURATION/WEEK
MONTH January February iSoccer Victoria 1 per week
MONTH January February U11 Team Training Champions 1x per week
MONTH January February Master Coach U9/10 Champions 1 per week
MONTH January February Goalkeeper Training Champions U9/10 1 per week
MONTH January February Goalkeeper Training Champions U11 1 x per week
MONTH January February Futsal Victoria 1 per week
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Club Training Calendar

MONTH March April TRAINING LOCATION DURATION/WEEK
MONTH March April iSoccer Victoria 1 per week
MONTH March April U9-U13 Team Training CCC 2x per week
MONTH March April U13 plus training Champions 1 per week
MONTH March April U13 plus training Turf 1 per week
MONTH March April Goalkeeper Training Chanhassen Turf U9/10 1 per week
MONTH March April Goalkeeper Training Chanhassen Turf U11 1 x per week
MONTH March April Pre Season Games Chan/ Chaska 4 total
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Additional Club Events
  • U12 plus Team Training June 8th - 11th
  • U9 - 11 Team Training July 6th - 8th
  • Tryouts U8 - U10 July 16th -19th
  • Tryouts U11 plus July 28th - Aug 2nd

Coaches and/or tea managers are asked to cancel
games and practices for the week or if that is
not possible to inform the trainer so we can
reduce the intensity of the practice.
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Goalkeeping Calendar
Lesson plans for each session are available on
request. Numbers will be high so please use your
assistants to replicate the sessions
BASIC GOALKEEPERS SATURDAYS, 2pm 3pm November
15th 22nd 29th December 6th 13th 20th January
3rd 10th 17th 24th 31st February 7th 14th 21st
28th March 7th 14th 21st 28th
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INTERMEDIATE GOALKEEPERS SATURDAYS 315pm -
415pm November 15th 22nd 29th December 6th
13th 20th January 3rd 10th 17th 24th 31st
February 7th 14th 21st 28th March 7th 14th 21st
28th MONDAYS 7pm - 8pm November 10th 17th 24th
December 1st 8th 15th 22nd
ADVANCED GOALKEEPERS SATURDAYS 415pm -
530pm November 15th 22nd 29th December 6th
13th 20th January 3rd 10th 17th 24th 31st
February 7th 14th 21st 28th March 7th 14th 21st
28th MONDAYS 8pm - 9pm November 10th 17th 24th
December 1st 8th 15th 22nd
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2015 Futsal League
U9 - U15 GAMES SATURDAYS Jan 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
Feb 7 Boys U11-U12 12pm - 2pm Boys Girls
U13-U15 2pm - 4pm Boys Girls U9-U10 8am -
10am Girls U11-U12 10am - 12pm U16
GAMES SUNDAYS Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 Feb 1, 8 Boys
Girls U16 and Up 2pm - 6pm SEMIFINALS March
8 1pm - 6pm CHAMPIONSHIP March 14 1pm -
5pm WHERE Victoria Recreation Center, 8475
Kochia Lane, Victoria COST Early
Bird Discount Register by December 15 and pay
150 per team
After December 15 200 per
team. BRING Shin guards,
turf/training shoes - NO CLEATS ALLOWED! For
more information, contact Jonathan Tudor,
jonathantudor_at_comcast.net or 612-889-0668. COACHES
MUST REGISTER THEIR TEAM! This IS NOT AN
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION. Space is limited so sign
up early.
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ITPA Intense Technical Positional Awareness
Program
  • What is it? (Promotional flyer available on our
    website)
  •  How will it differ from normal practices?
  •  What can the players expect to get out of it
  •  Who is coaching?
  •  How will the players be separated?

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Coaching Calendar
U9-U10 Coaches SATURDAYS, 2pm - 3pm November
15th 22nd 29th December 13th 20th January 3rd
17th 31st February 14th 28th March 14th
28th Location Champions Hall
U11 Coaches SATURDAYS, 2pm - 3pm November 15th
22nd December 6th 20th January 10th
24th February 7th 21st March 7th 14th 21st
28th Location Champions Hall
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Structure of Top Level Teams
  • Starting this winter our Maroon teams will train
    together.
  • Both teams will have 1-2 coaches that will lead
    the training all winter long.
  • When we break out in the summer the teams will
    have 2-3 practices per week and 1 will be
    together.
  • This process will be encouraged with the U11 and
    12 age groups also.

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Structure of Top Level Teams
  1. In previous years and even with this years U11
    there is a separation that is established and
    expected to be fixed at U13 when we create a
    higher roster amount.
  2. Psychologically this will help players get along
    with more than just their 7 teams mates than
    under the single team way of last year.
  3. This will both help players want to train with
    other teams and make player movement a lot
    easier.
  4. Technically- the players will be matched up
    against all Maroon players so they will see the
    level of play.
  5. Psychologically all players will see the drive
    of the other Maroon players and this will make
    them put more time in when needed.
  6. Evaluation- the coaches will submit an end of
    season evaluation containing 16 players and not 2
    teams of 8.
  7. Coaching- the players will get the same message
    and play the same way The CC UNITED WAY.

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Evaluation of top team success
  • LEADERSHIP
  • Does your team have a link to the next team
    below?
  • Are the players on your team connected or do they
    separate and not mix together?
  • How welcoming are they to new players coming in
    to train with them?
  • Do your players train hard?
  • Do any of your players also train with lower
    level teams?

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Evaluation of top team success
  • TRAINING
  • Do your players train with intensity and
    competitiveness?
  • Do they train with the iSoccer program?
  • Are they self aware of where they are on the
    team?
  • Do they care about their individual development?
  • Do they train with any player or only specific
    ones?

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Evaluation of top team success
  • TEAM
  • Does your team display comfort in possession of
    the ball?
  • Do they pass the ball in all directions?
  • Are they comfortable enough to build up play or
    do they play direct?
  • Do they play out and around the back line with
    confidence?
  • Do they get back players into attack?
  • Is their movement pattern the same?

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Play Ups C3 or Gold
Final player placement will be reviewed in March.
Due to increased training amounts offered by the
club we will review all rosters before preseason
training occurs.
  • The Role of the classic 3 or Gold coach
  • Inform of the procedure to the parents at the
    team meeting
  • Recommend that they contact the coach of the
    level above
  • Monitor who is going and who should go
  • Keep in contact with the coach at the level above
    to recommend more
  • If players are not working at your practice and
    still playing up talk to them about reducing this
    opportunity
  • To clarify replacement
  • The numbers work in the age group
  • The play ups are outworking specific players on
    my roster
  • The play ups are a stronger player than certain
    players on my roster
  • The play ups are better in one specific position
    than players on my current roster
  • The play ups fill a position that I have no or
    limited representation
  • NOTE
  • Our placement of the players has to end in March
    when we submit our rosters
  • Our evaluation for player movement has to be from
    November to March
  • Our opportunity to earn up to play up has to be
    on going year round

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Play Ups Higher Level
Final player placement will be reviewed in March.
Due to increased training amounts offered by the
club we will review all rosters before preseason
training occurs.
  • The Role of the higher level team coach
  • Tell the parents of the clubs procedure at the
    team meeting
  • Inform parents that final player placement will
    come down to effectiveness at this level
  • Let the coach know who is attending
  • Keep a monitor on practice attendance so mass
    play ups dont take the intensity away from
    practice
  • To clarify replacement
  • The numbers work in the age group
  • The play ups are outworking specific players on
    my roster
  • The play ups are a stronger player than certain
    players on my roster
  • The play ups are better in one specific position
    than players on my current roster
  • The play ups fill a position that I have no or
    limited representation
  • NOTE
  • Our placement of the players has to end in March
    when we submit our rosters
  • Our evaluation for player movement has to be from
    November to March
  • Our opportunity to earn up to play up has to be
    on going year round

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Play Ups
C1 C2 C3

P
P
P
U15 U14 U13 U12
BOYS
P
P
P
GOAL To EARN opportunities at ALL levels of play.
C1 C2 C3

P
U15 U14 U13 U12
P
GIRLS
P
P
P
P
P
P
Note Teams placement is based on the MYSA league
standings from the previous year
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Team Meeting
We need to make sure that all teams follow the
same procedure to develop consistency within the
club. The team meeting is not only the best
chance to hand out all the information on
schedules and team guidelines but it a good
opportunity to begin team building. That is why
it is of high importance that at least one parent
is in attendance with the player
  • Introduction-players coaches and parents
  • Review March placement policy to all teams
  • Review new club structure and reasons
  • Team needs- Do we still need players/ assistant
    coaches /team manager
  • The Clubs Schedule
  • Team goals and objectives
  • Team formation
  • Team rules and goals (coach and players)
  • Club Volunteer opportunities
  • Tournament availability
  • Team Schedule
  • Jan- August
  • Practice campuss
  • Practice nights plus one other day
  • Play up opportunities

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Playing Nights
MYSA Competitive Playing Days/Nights
AGE/DIVISION GIRLS BOYS
U9 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U10 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu

U11 Classic 2 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U11 Classic 3 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed

U12 Classic 1 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U12 Classic 2 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U12 Classic 3 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu

U13 Classic 1 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U13 Classic 2 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U13 Classic 3 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed

U14 Classic 1 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U14 Classic 2 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U14 Classic 3 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu

U15 Classic 1 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U15 Classic 2 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U15 Classic 3 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed

U16 Classic 1 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U16 Classic 2 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U16 Classic 3 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu

U17 Classic 1 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed
U18, U19 or U18/19 Combined Classic 1 Mon-Wed Tue-Thu
U18, U19 or U18/19 Combined Classic 2 Tue-Thu Mon-Wed

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Coaches Expectations
I, the coach, expect the following from my team
  • All players work hard in practice.
  •  All players notify me of any absence.
  •  All players are responsible for their own
    soccer equipment.
  •  That each player arrives up at least 30 minutes
    prior to games.
  •  That the players arrive at least 5 minutes
    early for practice.
  •  That all players and parents never question a
    referees decision.
  •  That if there is a problem on playing time,
    team issues or anything else that I am
    approached.

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Goals and Objectives
  • To improve the players individual ability in
    possession of the ball
  • To improve the players movement without the ball
  • To improve the players understanding and
    awareness of selected positions and areas around
    the field of play.
  • To improve the players understanding of the clubs
    formation and how team shape is important.
  • To Improve the ability to play through the team
    shape
  • To improve the teams comfort in playing around
    the back including back to the goalkeeper
  • To improve or maintain positive attributes in
    each player in terms of responsibility, respect,
    team work and commitment by the rules you set and
    maintain
  • To empower the players on your team through your
    training to make decisions and learn from their
    success and from their failures
  • To help the parents and players see development
    through performance over results
  • To have a connection with an age group and not
    just with your own team

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Coach information
  • The Coaching style of CC United.
  • What is your role in games and practices?

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Evaluation Procedure
The purpose of the evaluation procedure is to
calculate the level of play that is appropriate
for each players needs. Their needs are based on
their physical and technical abilities and their
effectiveness at their current teams level.
  • Attendance 1st Team Practice
  • Mid Season Evaluation May
  • End of Season Evaluation Mid July
  • Game Evaluation 1 August Tryouts
  • U9/10 Skills Testing
  • Game Evaluation 2 August Tryouts

NOTE Goalkeepers will only be rostered on the
lowest team when we have limited players for this
specialist position
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Is My Child Improving?
  • Coaches now have goals objectives to achieve
    with
  • their teams.
  • iSoccer
  •  Mid season evaluation
  •  Talk to the coach

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Club-Wide Goals Objectives
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Goals Objectives
  • Introduction to League structure
  • Introduction to new rules of the game
  • Breaking offside
  • New field size leading to an increased use of
    long passes
  • New formation more realistic to the real game
  • How we play is introduced
  • Reaffirmation of risk taking and playing out of
    the back
  • Learn to defend as a zone
  • Trying to establish as many ways to attack as
    possible
  • Positional awareness increases players playing
    in a side or zone
  • Introduction to the uses of overlapping in zones

U11
Most important age in the club
  • Introduction to Combination play
  • Playing out of pressure
  • Formation mastery with players playing all
    positions
  • Improve technical speed of play
  • Continuous risk taking to develop technique and
    basic tactics

U10
  • Team Shape introduction with players playing all
    positions
  • More intense structured practices
  • Single technical development focus
  • Develop comfort in passing in all directions
  • An introduction to risk taking

U9
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Goals Objectives
U17
To keep playing and enjoying
  • The Real Game
  • Speed of play technical
  • Opponents recognition channeling
  • Opponent recognition overloading

U14
  • The Real Game
  • improving the teams awareness of playing with 2
    forwards
  • Increased importance of winning
  • Being comfortable playing with 2 central players
    in mid and back
  • Zonal Defending 11v11

U13
  • Comfort in changing fields through different
    zones
  • Introduction of 3rd player movement
  • Introduction to speed of play in games
  • Opposition recognition individual
  • Club goals in levels of play achieved
  • Setting an offside trap

U12
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Goals Objectives
Recreational Goals and Objectives Recreational Goals and Objectives Recreational Goals and Objectives Recreational Goals and Objectives
Pre Kindergarten and Kindergarten Team Make all feel comfortable Improve cohesion Player Comfort around the ball Coordination in Movement on the field Kicking technique Movement with the ball Ability to self play Game knowledge of Boundaries Knowledge of restarts
1st and 2nd Grade Team Ability to work together Ability to recognize player positives Effort Attitude Spatial awareness Ability Player Ability to self play Ability to change direction with the ball Ability to pass the ball Awareness of open player Engaged with the game Game knowledge of Boundaries Knowledge of restarts
3rd plus Team Ability to recognize shape Ability to move up and back as a shape (including GK) Understanding position roles Player Ability to move to support Ability to receive the ball Ability to change direction with the ball Ability to pass the ball Improve passing distance Game Knowledge of additional rules (offside will be loosely called) Knowledge of penalty area and halfway lines
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Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Summary
U9 Team Team Shape introduction An introduction to risk taking Develop a more competitive approach to practice Player Develop a comfort in passing in all directions Develop basic passing technique Develop comfort on the ball Player Develop a comfort in passing in all directions Develop basic passing technique Develop comfort on the ball Age Group Establish a pool of 16-20 Maroon players Establish a 2nd equally divided Gold Pool At U9/10 it is vital that we are successful playing a certain way and that we dont succumb to result searching. Our formation restricts us from being direct and forces us to play through the team. It is vital that when we are the dominant team that we have conditions in our game to develop, rather than get more goals. These conditions never tell players not to score but require individuals to think more and the team to work harder instead of relying on physical or technical strength. This gets us ready for the next level. At U9 we are usually not so competitive as our players are intimidated by coaches who yell. Our coaches will not yell and at the expense of a goal or a win and will encourage our players to make mistakes and train them to take risks. This will both increase individual player development, the teams ability to create chances and reduce chances for the opponents and down the road will make us stronger.
U10 Team Introduction to combination play Formation Mastery Introduction to 2-1-1 formation Continuous risk taking Awareness of top team goals Player Improve technical speed of play Develop technique and basic tactics Develop individual defending ability Player Improve technical speed of play Develop technique and basic tactics Develop individual defending ability Age Group Reassess the pool of 16-20 players Can we add more or do we take away Utilize new field size At U9/10 it is vital that we are successful playing a certain way and that we dont succumb to result searching. Our formation restricts us from being direct and forces us to play through the team. It is vital that when we are the dominant team that we have conditions in our game to develop, rather than get more goals. These conditions never tell players not to score but require individuals to think more and the team to work harder instead of relying on physical or technical strength. This gets us ready for the next level. At U9 we are usually not so competitive as our players are intimidated by coaches who yell. Our coaches will not yell and at the expense of a goal or a win and will encourage our players to make mistakes and train them to take risks. This will both increase individual player development, the teams ability to create chances and reduce chances for the opponents and down the road will make us stronger.
Most important age group in the club Most important age group in the club Most important age group in the club Most important age group in the club Most important age group in the club Most important age group in the club
U11 Team Introduction of playing out of the back Establish multiple ways to attack Learning to zonal Defend Learn to overlap Player Development of long passing technique Positional awareness Recognition of changing the point of attack Age Group Establish 1-2Top teams -20 players- and equally divided 2nd teams Utilize new field size Introduction to league structure Introduction to Rules of the game Awareness of offside and direct kicks New Field Size Age Group Establish 1-2Top teams -20 players- and equally divided 2nd teams Utilize new field size Introduction to league structure Introduction to Rules of the game Awareness of offside and direct kicks New Field Size At U11 we define who we are and how we play. As league structure comes in we decide where to place teams based on their ability to achieve goals and objectives and not how many games they win. If not all are achieved, we play our Maroon teams at Classic 2 and our Gold Teams at Classic 3. At U11 we need a parent and coach re-Check for competitiveness as we are usually strong but it is vital that we go through our goals and objectives in preparation for the following year when we compete against stronger and often recruited competition. At U11 our league standings summer to summer will carry through to U12 fall and summer.
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Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Competitive Goals and Objectives Results
U12 Team Introduction to 3rd player movement Opposition recognition Setting an offside trap Player Comfort in changing fields Comfort in recognition in which line to change fields with Understanding of speed of play Advanced movement patterns Age Group Evaluate top teams Club Goals of all levels of play achieved Maintain competitive teams at all classic levels At U12 we should have 2-3 teams that understand the clubs way of playing and 1-2 teams that are a the starting point. We should be striving to play our way out of trouble and create scoring chances rather than panic under pressure and play kick and chase In being the dominant team at U12 as we need to prepare for U13 and 11v11 we should look to out play rather than outrun or out muscle our opponents and achieve the following High amount of possession of the ball Multiple ways to attack
U13 Team Zonal Defending as an 11v11 team Create multiple ways to attack Work as pistons in defense Player Get used to playing with 2 central players Awareness of playing on a bigger field Age Group Establish 1-2-3 teams The Real Game Utilize new field size MYSA holds teams to promotion and relegation Hang on at the top level U13 is the hardest age of competitive soccer in that some clubs have self selected and recruited to play at this level in preparation for Premier. CC United through our playing habits look to be strong enough to compete but are looking at the U14 and 15 to dominate this age group We are striving and getting closer to Premier each year with community kids
U14 Team Recognizing opponents strength to channel Recognize opponents weakness- overload Player Improved technical speed of play Be comfortable receiving and distributing in the air Get comfortable with a role in the team Age Group Evaluating where we are? Look to maintain all levels of play Build for Premier At U14 Premier kicks in and the leagues become their true balance. This is where CC United shows our age groups achievements in how close we are to competitiveness at all the classic levels. At this age using the framework of the last few years we look to set a stall to be strong at all levels of play
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Game Expectations
I Expect all teams to go through this check list
when we are winning to create positive game
habits in preparation for the next game.
  • U9/10
  • Can we play 3 touch.
  •  Each time the ball goes out of bounds we must
    find the keeper.
  •  Forward stays in opponents half and we must
    pass in before
  • we go in.
  • U11
  •  Can we play 2 touch.
  •  The fullbacks must overlap the outside
    midfielder each time
  • they get the ball.
  •  The forwards play 1 touch.
  •  3 touch in your half and one touch in the
    opposing half.

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Game Expectations
  • At CC United every game presents us with an
    opportunity to do the following for the
    development of the players in our community
  • Work on the quality of our defending if our
    opponent is stronger than us.
  • Work on our attacking if we are stronger than our
    opponent.
  • Games will be considered lost if, as a team, we
    either quit when we were down or simply keep on
    scoring.

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Technology
  •  Focus software (New) Performance based video
    capture. Contact Jonathan to arrange a session
    for your next practice or game.
  •  Tryout procedure

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Questions
  • Thank you!
  • We cannot become what we want by remaining what
    we are
  • - Max De Pree
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