"The Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) held its annual general meeting over the weekend and introduced part 2 of its Long-Term Player Development plan. Jason de Vos outlines and provides the enter remnants of the meeting.
Jason de Vos is a…"
"@Brian, I'm pleased to read your acceptable reaction - because Renegades of Girls Soccer is totally for youth girl soccer players advancement minus the politics. The girls that show-up for these soccer scrimmage sessions wants to be around…"
"Don ! Of course, of course ! When Isaw the name I thought " Nah, can't be the same".Total fail.
This is a fantastic initiative because it focuses on the girls and transcends these ridiculous territorial boundaries of "Oh no, we…"
"@Brian I've had the opportunity of working with the Mississauga Falcons, your team and we have crossed each others paths before on the pitch. I commend your commitment to youth girls soccer development and you are one of those coaches out on…"
"Totally with you. I coach two Elite teams for the Mississauga Falcons...a 95 and a 98 team, and would love to get involved in this.
The 16's are Crossfitters as well.
"@Josina that is an incredible and motivating undertaking - our any of your developed girl soccer players being show cased or playing aboard. It would be also nice if you could provide any links or pics for viewing."
A few weeks ago two national team players presented our club with a one day soccer camp for rep and advanced girl players. My daughter's a provincial player (as of 2011) team decided to take part and foot the fee for us... nice. My biggest contribution to my daughter right now is to support her to play soccer with a consistent intensity level at practice and games. So, my conversation with her was, your going to get the opportunity to see how national girl players practice - we both were…See More
"Great timing for this discussion forum. Once we move on into adulthood how quickly we forget where it all started from grassroots "youth soccer".
We as adult have the privilege of creating a captivating, athletic... the next…"
That's great news about your daughters potential! You must be very proud!
I understand what you mean, it would be better to teach at a high level as possible at that age, it will help to develop players. Good luck, its sounds like a great job and very beneficial to the women's game.