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The perfect guidebook for parents who want to help create the best soccer game experience for their children. This book helps parents avoid many of the common pitfalls that, as we will see in real life examples, can lead to disrupting the flow of the game, embarrassing their child, or even making their child dread the game. Contrary to what you see on a typical American youth soccer sideline, parents should not be shouting instructions like “get in there”, “dribble”, and “just kick it” any more then a parent watching a child’s school play should shout out instructions like “louder”, “center stage”, and “act, damn you, act.” As in watching a school play or musical performance parents can best express their appreciation and support through clapping. Through the author’s many years in soccer, he provides humorous and eye opening examples of why building a better youth soccer experience only requires that parents simply shut up and clap.
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Eric has been in and around soccer for over 40 years. He played in youth leagues, in high school and on into college. He has served as a youth soccer coach, manager, referee, and in various board positions for both recreational and competitive programs. He can be found most weekends having a kick-around with his friends or on the sidelines clapping.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1522968040