Expert Reveals Why Most Youth Soccer Coaches Fail When Coaching Youth
After spending more than two years researching and testing, Andre Botelho, also know online as
The Expert Youth Soccer Coach, reveals the #1 reason why the overwhelming majority of youth
soccer coaches and volunteer parents fail miserably when coaching youth soccer drills to
Ermesinde, Porto (PRWEB) July 7, 2009 -- An expert on coaching youth soccer drills, claims that "most youth
soccer coaches will fail, even if they buy lots of products, study them religiously and work extremely hard," says
Andre Botelho, author of the Youth Soccer Coaching Manifesto and founder of SoccerDrillsTips.com.
He also states that "70% of American kids quit playing soccer by the age of 13, because in their words: it wasn't
fun anymore," claims Andre Botelho, creator of the Ultimate Soccer Drills System online course.
But, he doesn't stop there: "Did you know that the #1 reason why kids participate in soccer is to 'have fun'?", asks
Andre, that played soccer for 15 years at the Portuguese Soccer Federation, and now influences well over 15,000
youth coaches a year with his coaching philosophies and strategies.
In fact, "the lack of knowledge to make and keep practice sessions fun and enjoyable for the kids is really the
primary cause for failure as a youth soccer coach," says Andre Botelho, author of the book Expert Youth Soccer
In his groundbreaking report The Youth Soccer Coaching Manifesto, downloaded by more than 4,000 coaches in
the first 24 hours alone, he covers topics like:
• How to make training more fun and interesting for the kids;
• How to avoid the most common mistakes youth soccer coaches make;
• How to improve the skills of the players in record time;
• The roles and responsibilities of a youth soccer coach;
• How to motivate soccer players and get 100% out of them.
Andre Botelho's new report, The Youth Soccer Coaching Manifesto, can be downloaded for free at his website.