Q. I train a lot by myself and I like to get tips and training methods, so that I can develop into a ‘great’ soccer player. Bill H. FUNdamental Response First, Bill, you are not alone when you train to become a ‘great’ soccer player. You have a ball and you must make that ball […]
It’s never a teacher’s favorite part of the job, but managing equipment is a necessary part of physical education. For every sport that students play, equipment needs to be purchased, stored, and set up—tasks that can use up time and money better spent elsewhere. By allowing physical education teachers to use just one goal for […]
The last thing a coach wants to deal with is broken equipment. A cracked goal or torn net can cost coaches valuable practice time and, of course, will also cost money to replace. But this waste isn’t just an issue for the coach: keeping damaged goals and nets out of the trashcan—and out of landfills—should […]
For many people, soccer is more than just a game. In thousands of schools, towns, and countries throughout the world, the sport provides a way for players, coaches, and families to work together to build communities and empower youths. As part of the worldwide soccer community, Farpost Soccer Company is always looking for ways to […]
“What Carew does with a football, I can do with an orange.” – Answering to criticism from John Carew that Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s moves are pointless. (VG, April 2002).