By: Jerry Macnamara on August 5th, 2011 | Tags: coaching soccer
, soccer injuries
, soccer parents
When a child gets injured playing youth sports, most people react accordingly, with the required amount of sympathy and concern. They say things like “unlucky” or “those things happen.” Afterward, they go about their days, waiting for the injury to heal, only to send the athlete back out there to go at it again.
By: Jerry Macnamara on August 4th, 2011 | Tags: Barcelona
, incredible soccer goal
, soccer videos
An amazing bicycle kick from Marco Fabian helps Chivas beat Barcelona 4-1. What a fun goal – check it out!
Soccer teams are always looking for something new and unique. Here’s a new product that is available for youth soccer players. The Flaming Soccer Ball Socks feature a black body with black and white fireball soccer balls knitted directly into the sock. A fold down, 2 stripe top adds some nice flair […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on August 2nd, 2011 | Tags: coaching soccer
, life lessons
, soccer team
, team leadership
Sometimes things go wrong during a soccer season. As soccer coaches, we must recognize these team issues and correct them right away. Here’s a quick list to help you figure out if you’re on the right track or not!
By: Jerry Macnamara on July 29th, 2011 | Tags: coaching soccer
, soccer gear
, team leadership
As a soccer coach, your job is to cultivate success for your team. But, can you tell when your team is headed for success? And, what is it that you can do to cultivate and engaging and challenging soccer environment? (Photo: stevendepolo)
Buying soccer jerseys isn’t easy – even for experienced buyers who have successfully navigated the waters. Some buyers “wrestle” with buying jerseys locally versus buying online or through a catalog. I was on the phone yesterday with a customer and we were discussing the topic, so I thought I would share my thoughts.
By: Jerry Macnamara on July 28th, 2011 | Tags: breast cancer
, soccer goalie
, soccer jerseys
A great aspect of a small business is that we’re really nimble. There’s no “pushing it up the ladder” and “market testing” ideas. When something “feels right”, we’re able to make it happen from scratch. From concept to implementation, we’re usually faster than a few clicks of a mouse. Today is no exception.
As the intensity of the Women’s World Cup fades and the relief of the NFL lockout behind us, Labor Day continues to hurtle forward like a speeding bullet. Why is Labor Day important? For the nearly nineteen million soccer players who play around the United States, almost all of them […]
By: Jerry Macnamara on July 25th, 2011 |
This young kid obviously has some ball skills and definitely has creativity on the ball. Amazing opportunity to watch a soccer prodigy. How do your seven (or eighteen) year old players stack up? Amazing! Do you think he got his dribbling drills over at Soccer Classroom?
The United States Women’s National Team brought a lot of excitement to the game in the 2011 World Cup. What does the future hold for the women’s game in the United States? Were the fans watching fans of the game or just USA fans?
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