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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 Whipp 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

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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

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Afternoon. Is it possible to swap my rugby subscription to a cricket subscription

Themba Ngwira Coach, South Africa

change subscription

my 6 monthly subscription has just been taken but I want to do 6 months of Rugby now and then alternate with my cricket subscription. is this possible?

James Ridout Coach, England

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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Drills for 4 and 5 year olds |...

Hi all, I've just started coaching a soccer team of 4 and 5 year olds and would like to discuss with my fellow coaches any drills which you have found to be safe, fun and valuable to the younger age group. I have my level 1 course under my belt and have difficulty in applying what I've learnt to the small kids. They get bored very quickly and are only interested in playing a match at the end of the session. They have no interest in passing the ball or shooting at goal whilst doing drills. Running with the ball is no problem as they are keeping active and all have a ball at their feet. As soon as they line up or have to share a ball, there are problems. I have a variety of drills which I run through with them, traffic lights, robin hood, alamo, sharks and fishes to name a few with variations of each but I crave more as everywhere I search caters for U6 upwards. I coach an U8 side midweek and have no problem with these lads as they are that bit older and have a greater level of concentration. (not by much mind). So I'm asking for advice from anyone who has coached 4 and 5 YOs and would like to know what has worked for you. PM replies welcome.  Marc

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Team thrashed every week - whe...

Team keep getting thrashed every week - where to start? Having been the sole coach/manager of a little league team for the past two years, this year I lost all my senior players. I was therefore presented with 10 brand new lads, some of whom have never played competitive football. We are 8 games in and my lads are getting thrashed every week. The main problems are that they cannot get the ball out of their half, positions are usually a mess, finishing and chance creation are non-existent, and they don't apply any pressure or are unable to tackle. The main problems are keeping the ball as a team, getting it in the opponents half and staying there, and creating/finishing chances. I only have 1 and a half hours a week with them. I don't really know what to do, and I'm a little desperate. Does anybody have any advice? Thanks for literally anything.

Coach, England

What split fitness / football ...

Hi all, looking for some help boys are under 16s decent level but seem short of fitness. What percentage of 2 x 2 hour training sessions would be football v fitness ?Falling behind teams we were better than ? Asked using Sportplan Mobile App

Coach, Scotland

Teaching young players about o...

Any drills for teaching young players about offsides and more importantly keeping a good defensive line and moving as a unit

wayne nimblette Coach, England

U14 Girls soccer practices in ...

U14 Girls soccer practices are they any better in hotter tempatures that way the girls get used to the hot weather when they play league games and see them not giving 100% percent because of the tempature or is it better in normal weather and the girls give you better resuls at practice because thier not huffing and puffing

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What drills should I use for m...

What are some great drills to use during tryouts with 30 or more players for a JV high school team? I have two weeks to evaluate and choose my team. Thanks!

Michael C. Coach, United States of America

What is a good way of discipli...

What is a good way of disciplining Under 6's. The characteristics of a 6 yr old means they are excitable, enthuiastic etc which is good, but i have a couple of boys that can be extremely disruptive. I have sat them all down at the end of a session and laid down some rules, but the same couple of boys break these rules week after week. How do i discipline without causing them not to want to attend the fun session?

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Kids are very slow and lack re...

Hello all! My kids aged 9 and 7 are very slow when compared to their peers of the same age. They don't seem to fight for the ball and get and watch others play their game. They seem to lack the urgency (heart) needed for the game. (They LOVE football). How can make them move around and react faster. Any help you are able to provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks O

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Hi there,I am going to be runn...

Hi there, I am going to be running a soccer (football) program at a preschool this Friday for 3-5 year olds. I would like to start teaching them drills. Whick drills are most appropriate for this age group? I also want to make it a lot of fun! Thanks! Victoria %3A)

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How to deal with a disruptive ...

I have a player who i would describe as being "Alpha male" he is very disruptive at training and constantly having niggles with other players and challenging for the us the coaches.We have tonight stopped them having game time at end of training due to their behavior as a team and also reinforced the "Respect" values and that if they are not well behaved in training and preparation on match day they will not make the starting line up and in extreme cases will be asked to miss games.I have tried yellow/red card system and sending to side lines for a few minutes.Should we start to reward good behavior with some kind of sticker/merit and league table and prize for first one to reach target ?It has all come to a head at training tonight and looking for any ideas or if anyone has had or got similar situation.

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Progression on shooting drill ...

Can I add a defender for some added pressure

Rohan Coach, Saint Lucia

how can we teach kicking with ...

Does anyone have any drills or ideas how i can get a few of the girls in the team to use their sweet spot to kick...I have had a couple of bruised toes and they are now scared to kick using their laces. This will help clear the area.

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