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Can I transfer my membership from rugby to football?

School rugby season has finished. Can I switch my membership to football for this term (then cricket for the summer)? Asked using Sportplan Mobile App

D Whiipp Coach, England

How do i purchase the cricket memberbership?

I cancelled the handball memberhip however, I would like to renew my membership with cricket. The only deal I see is a 15.99 however it should only be 5 pounds.

kelvin Coach, Wales


I m a registered user. but when I m trying to check drills for tennis I m not being able to do so ❓❓. is the membership specific for different sports ❓

vikash singh chauhan Coach, India

change of sport

how do I change my subscription from rugby to cricket without paying for 2 subscriptions

MARK YOUNG Coach, New Zealand

Children misbehaving in traini...

Hello, I am currently coaching an u9's boys team and a majority of them are well behaved and want to play football, but the odd 1or2 tend to mess around at training which distracts the others. I have sat them out in training and spoken to the parents but still this goes on. Do I decide to kick them out of the team altogether or does anyone know the miracle cure to stop this happening?

duane Coach, England

Disciplining for misbehaviour ...

Disciplining for misbehaviour? 8-11 year olds, they dont really get bored because i know that sometimes that can be the cause. How or what can i apply a bit of strictness into the team.

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How can I improve defensive sh...

With my U16 team, I often like to use high presses throughout matches and have scored a number of goals as a result. The problem is, often the triggers are only recognised by a few of the players, leading to a failed press. Obviously I will have to work with them on recognising press triggers, however how can I help improve the overall team shape after a press has failed? For example, say 3 players; a left midfielder, centre midfielder and centre forward in a 4-3-3 have attempted a press in the opposition's right back position. The press has failed and now the team is 3 players short and facing a counter attack.

Ben Lowry Coach, England

Discipline and punctuality why...

sir i want help regarding Presentation , i am going to give a lecture on" Why in Football Discipline and punctuallity is Needed" on 9th may 2020

Amitkumar Tadvi Coach, India

Progression on shooting drill ...

Can I add a defender for some added pressure

Rohan Coach, Saint Lucia

U10 boys - How to build confid...

hi i coach a under 10's boys team.i am looking for help.unfortently we are not the best team around!all my player,s have not been playing long so we are a long way behind other teams we play i am trying to build conferdence on the ball at present they just wak it aways give up the balli am new to coaching and was wondering am i doing the right thing or should i be doing something else with them.

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How do I scout for players and...

I am about to undertake a huge responsibility by scouting for my club. I would like to find out from the pro's: What exactly should I be looking for in a player/team? Where should I sit for the best possible view? What else should I know to stand out from the other scouts? Thank you!

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How to encourage position disc...

I have a fantastic group of U12's (9 a side), who I encourage to play with the ball on the floor, quick passing football. We are a very attacking minded team, but that is our weakness - we need to remember that we do not have 8 strikers.Does anybody have any drills or tips for making sure that midfielders remember midfield?

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How often do you repeat a sess...

Over the last 12 months i have been trying to make sure that no 2 sessions are the same. We train twice a week and sometimes it takes a while to understand a drill or objective so this led me to thinking would it be better to have a core amount of sessions and repeat over the season ?IF we train 50 sessions per year would it be better to have e.g 10 sessions that we rotate around so that when it comes round again the kids already have an understanding rather than create something new every time ?If i went this way and then further split this to 5 areas to focus on with 2 sessions for each focus i.e keeping possession would this be better than trying to create something new for every single session ? Obviously things would evolve so a session would maybe have something added but to have an amount of core session plans that rotate around over a period of time, is this the more effective way to develop ?

kris stenson Coach, England

shooting drill for adult footb...

hi can anyone recommend a few good shooting drills for my adult football team please

Steve gill Coach, England

ball control skills | Sportpla...

how can i improve my ball control skills?

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Players that will not pass | S...

I have 3 players at under 14 level, that seem to think running with the ball and not passing is the best way forward, could anybody suggest how I might get round this.

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