Bert van Lingen
This book covers how the game is learned and which resources have at their disposal. Definitions of coaching, training and managing players wil be discussed in detail.
A very important element and the basic of the youth football learning process, is the description of the characteristics of the game of football and the different stages of development of youngsters. These characteristics determine the way children experience and learn the game of football. Knwoledge of, and insight into these developmental characteristics, enable the formulation of objectives for the football learning process. These objectives have been described by age category do not have an absolute value and meaning. However the sequence in the total learning process becomes clear.
The application of the theory of the objectives by age category depends of the level and quality of the youth players (the degree of available talent). Players within one age group can differ so much that one is ready to learn the content for a specific age category where the other one is not quite ready. The quality and the expertise of the coach determine if children are treated and influenced in the correct manner. The above mentioned elements realize a structure in which coaches can help develop young players on a day by day basis.
Ulitmately this book, which coincidentally has 11 chapters, must help furhter develop coaches and everyone else involved in the learning process of young football players, with the goal to better help children learn to play the game of football.
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