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SCI proudly presents SoccerCoachingRussia!
Today (5th March 2013), Evgeniy Shevelev (right in the picture) and Floris Schmitz (owner SCI, left in the picture) signed the contract for SoccerCoachingRussia. Evgeniy is a Russian football analyst, and for his work would often search the internet for soccer coaching resources an...
The world will be watching!
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho believes "the world will stop" for their eagerly-awaited Champions League clash with Manchester United on Tuesday. After being held to a 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu last month, Mourinho's side must score at Old Trafford to have any chance o...
Wenger rules out M'Vila
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has ruled out an immediate move for Yann M'Vila, but hinted his plans could change if Jack Wilshere or Abou Diaby suffer pre-season setbacks. Midfield duo Wilshere and Diaby suffered a nightmare time last term, with the England player missing the enti...
Blaszczykowski signs new deal
Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund have confirmed a new contract with Poland international Jakub Blaszczykowski. The 26-year-old's previous deal was due to expire next summer, but his new terms tie him to Signal-Iduna-Park until June 2016. Blaszczykowski, who enhanced ...
Tournament NewsRichards targets gold
Micah Richards is excited by the prospect of playing in the Olympics this summer after he failed to make England's Euro 2012 squad. The Manchester City defender used the off season to replenish his batteries after a long campaign that saw him claim the Premier League title. ...
Roy pleased with Euro display
England manager Roy Hodgson admits he is happy with his side's display at Euro 2012 and is confident of success in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. Former West Brom boss Hodgson had precious little time to work with his players after being appointed as Fabio Capello's suc...
Di Canio blasts 'selfish' Mario
Paolo Di Canio believes Mario Balotelli 'deserves a lot of slaps' rather than pats on the shoulder because he plays for himself rather than the team. Balotelli performed well at Euro 2012 as he scored three goals, including two in the semi-final victory over Germany. I...
Pearce names squad
Team GB coach Stuart Pearce has named his 18-man squad for the London Olympics, with 13 English and five Welsh players making the cut. Pearce has not picked any Scottish or Northern Irish players and the 2012 Games is the first time that Team GB have competed in the men's footb...
Torres - Spain set standard
Fernando Torres believes that in winning Euro 2012, record-breaking Spain have set the standard by which future international success will be measured. Vicente del Bosque's all-conquering outfit swept Italy aside on Sunday to claim back-to-back European Championship titles and ...
Football NewsFulham still in for Buttner
Alexander Buttner's agent claims Fulham are still keen on the Vitesse Arnhem full-back after a move to Southampton fell through. Southampton had agreed a fee for Buttner earlier this month and the 23-year-old had expressed a wish to finalise a move to St Mary's. Howeve...
Ajax rule out Miyaichi loan
Ajax coach Frank de Boer has ruled out making an approach to sign Arsenal winger Ryo Miyaichi on a season-long loan deal. Miyaichi, who has been included on the Gunners' pre-season tour to Asia, has been tipped to be loaned out again by Arsene Wenger in order to gain more exper...
Celtic thrashed by Ajax
Celtic were comprehensively beaten 4-0 by Ajax in the Amsterdam ArenA in a pre-season friendly. Neil Lennon's team were outclassed in a first half that ended with them being 3-0 down by the interval. Their misery was compounded when defender Charlie Mulgrew was dismissed f...
Remy aware of rumours
Loic Remy claims to be committed to Marseille, but admits there is still 'plenty of time' for something to happen during the summer transfer window. Latest reports suggest the France international is being targeted by Arsenal. The Gunners appear set to part with Robin ...
Lorient land Traore
Burkina Faso international Alain Traore has left Auxerre to join fellow French side Lorient on a four-year deal. Traore, 24, had a trial at Manchester United earlier in his career but the move was reported to have failed due to permit issues. Midfielder Traore had been at Auxe...
Other NewsFormer Italy star Chinaglia dies
Former Italy and Lazio striker Giorgio Chinaglia has died aged 65, a work colleague and family friend has confirmed. Chinaglia, who was born in Italy but grew up in Wales and began his professional career with Swansea, was found dead at 9am US eastern time on Sunday morning by his ...
Major reforms planned at FIFA
FIFA's new chief reformer has announced a raft of proposals to prevent corruption and conflicts of interest at the world governing body, and admits some members will not like his plans for change. Mark Pieth, a professor in criminal law at the University of Basel, has been appo...
Technology moving closer
Football Association general secretary Alex Horne has admitted that the Premier League could introduce goal-line technology in time for the 2012-13 season. There have been numerous instances when TV replays have shown that match officials have made crucial errors, with Frank Lampar...
Fraud Office urged to probe FIFA
The Serious Fraud Office have been asked to investigate allegations that FIFA members asked for money and an honour during England's bid for the 2018 World Cup. Damian Collins, the Conservative MP who is campaigning for FIFA reform, has written to Richard Alderman, director of ...
Blatter stands firm in row
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has defended his record on tackling discrimination, while appearing to stand by his suggestion that racism on the pitch should be settled by a handshake. Blatter followed his controversial comments in a fresh TV interview on Thursday where he apparently ...
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Developing Game Intelligence in Soccer
This new book from one of the world`s most respected coaches offers an innovative and effective method of training that is aimed at developing the cognitive aspect of the game in players of all ages and skill levels. Filled with exercises and games proven to allow players the ability to...
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The Editor v2
Our second version of the editor is called: MySoccerExercises.com. This application allows coaches to draw their own diagrams, exercises and training session, archive them and most importantly save and print them. NOW AVAILABLE FOR SCI Subscribers: €12,99/year ...