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DEVELOPING YOUTH SOCCER PLAYERS.

By Horst Wein

Pp. 224, Diagrams.

Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL 61825-5076,

$19.95, paper.

Too often, kids spend soccer practice standing in line instead of playing the game. Horst Wein has written a superb book on coaching soccer that will help end those boring, ineffective practices.

His basic philosophy, that players should learn soccer through small-sided games, is an important step to improving the game in the U.S.

Complete with easy-to-follow diagrams, Developing Youth Soccer Players is full of creative drills that will make every practice fun and productive.
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Date:Jan 1, 2001
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