Hello Everyone: I personally with our Board of Directors would like to take a moment and acknowledge everyone who ran in the Boston Marathon. We know there were several of you out there that day. We also want to acknowledge all of our Police Officers, Firefighters, Ems, 911 dispatchers, Nurses and anyone else involved in […]
The fall coaches game was a success. We had over 25 coaches that participated in the game, and had a big cheering section on both sides. It was fun for the kids to see their coaches play, and some of the kids had the opportunity to coach on the side lines. We want to thank […]
Waltham Youth Soccer played its first coaches game, June 10th 2012. The two teams were pretty well matched. U6, U8 and U10 coaches vs the U12, U14, and U16 coaches. Both teams had 10 players for an 8v8 game. 20 coaches were in attendance, and lots of kids and other parents were spectating. The weather […]
Waltham sent two girls U12 teams to Commissioner’s Cup this Spring Season. The U12-1 team coached by Pino Viscomi, Vinny Lipoma and Jon Julien, placed first with a 2-0-1 record in the post season. The U12-2 team coached by Mike Guzzi and Lori Carosella, placed second with a 2-1-0 record. Congratulations to both teams for […]
Hello WYS Volunteer Coaches: We are organizing a game for the coaches the last weekend of the season. Why do the kids get to have all the fun!? This is your chance to practice what you preach and let your team see how good(or bad) you really are. This is a friendly match between the […]
Jurgen Klinsmann talks about “The Talent Code” and the 10,000 hour theory and explains that every extra effort a player makes adds up and makes a difference.
Jurgen Klinsmann advises that when working with younger players no matter what age group, speed and accuracy are key for player development.
Jurgen Klinsmann says that a key to team building is to understand as a coach that your role is to empower and inspire the players. A coach shouldn’t be yelling or correcting the players constantly, but instead allowing the players to make decisions on the field and learn from their mistakes.
Improve both feet. To be successful, it’s very important to be both footed. Get your players used to using both feet EARLY! U6 day one.
Your first touch is extremely important. It sets you up and gives you space and time. Get your team’s first touches down and you will also boost your players confidence.