Soccer Tactics for Shooting: “Follow Your Shot”

13 Mar 2017 by koachkarl in categories Coaching Youth Soccer Tips, Small Sided Soccer and tagged , , , , ,

A shot is taken on goal the ball bounces off the goal-keeper or the goal post and there is no one there to simply tap the ball into the net. Then, one hears the frustrated coach and a chorus of bewildered spectators screaming, “Follow the Shot … Follow Your Shot!” One would think that soccer […]

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Koach Karl’s Soccer Conditioning Instructions for Coaches

06 Mar 2017 by koachkarl in categories Coaching Youth Soccer Tips, Small Sided Soccer and tagged , ,

Coaching Question: I was wondering if you can help me in this dilemma? I am a coach of a competitive boys soccer team. I have been reading about conditioning for my sport, and I have encountered different views in regard to which age is appropriate to start a conditioning program (aerobic, anaerobic, Strength) for youth […]

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A Fun-Filled Soccer Program, Mar 18th 2017

03 Mar 2017 by Michael Cash in category Farpost Soccer Goals News and tagged , , ,

Soccer Training Event in NJ

Farpost Soccer Goals Company will be presenting a fun-filled soccer program featuring our adjustable 3-goals-for-the-price-of-1 and a presentation by author, clinician, and hall-of-famer: Koach Karl (Karl Dewazien). DATE: March 18, 2017 TIME: 2:00pm to 5:00pm LOCATION: Sports Zone 4 Farrington Blvd. Monroe Township New Jersey 08831  Program Highlights and Benefits overview of Koach Karl’s new […]

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Soccer Training Solo Tips: Juggling & Passing

01 Mar 2017 by koachkarl in categories Blog, Coaching Youth Soccer Tips and tagged , , ,

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 […]

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How to Keep Young Player’s Attention & Our 9-Step Soccer Practice Routine

15 Feb 2017 by koachkarl in categories Coaching Youth Soccer Tips, Small Sided Soccer and tagged , , , , ,


Coaching Question: “Help! I coach very young players (4-6 year olds). It is really hard to keep their attention. Can you suggest some drills that I can work with them on?” – Lydda Koach Karl’s Komments: Lydda you do not need any help – what you need is lots of PATIENCE.  It is rather sad […]

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Why SharpShooter Portable Soccer Goals are Great for Backyard Soccer Games

18 Jan 2017 by Michael Cash in categories Farpost Soccer Goals News, Portable Soccer Goals and tagged , , ,

portable soccer goal backyard soccer

There’s one thing about having a big backyard – the ability to play games like soccer anytime you want to. Kids can have a lot of fun playing a variety of sports in their backyard provided they have the right space and equipment. SharpShooter: Three Goals in One The SharpShooter portable soccer goal is great […]

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What Makes Brazilian Soccer Players Special

26 Dec 2016 by Michael Cash in categories Coaching Youth Soccer Tips, Small Sided Soccer and tagged , ,


The Futsal Effect What makes countries like Brazil and Spain special when it comes to soccer is not necessarily superior facilities or clubs, but a strong culture of football and Futsal — an exciting, fast-paced small-sided soccer game. Futsal is a format of five-a-side football that is played extensively around the world. It combines a […]

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Potential ‘Ball Hogs’ in Youth Soccer

22 Dec 2016 by koachkarl in category Coaching Youth Soccer Tips and tagged , , , , , , , , , ,

portable soccer goals for Physical Education in schools

Three Stages in Youth Soccer Development Many youth soccer coaches complain that they have players who hang-on-to-the-ball too long and are afraid that they will end-up becoming ‘ball-hogs’. There is no need for them to worry because all players go through ‘three stages’ in their development. Top players go through the stages more rapidly than […]

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