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Coaching and Development Manager
Football Federation South Australia
38: March 2010
I want to thank everyone for sending an enormous amount of reactions and feedback on the first e-Magazine. We appreciate this and have done our best to facilitate to all your wishes. This issue will be available as a PageFlip (to read online) and as a PDF version.
This second e-issue has 80 pages and is packed with a great range of articles from all corners of the world. Including Foppe de Haan, the former Dutch U21 coach, who has come back from his retirement to coach Ajax Cape Town in South Africa. We then move to Larry Paul for the fourth part of his series on Observations and orientation and on to Dan Micciche, who once again takes us inside the MK Dons academy and give us a peek into their Games Programme for Young players, this time tackling the concept of smart defending. From Micciche to Andrew Blight, who discusses the concepts of elite young player development in this second part of his series. From England to the Netherlands where SoccerCoachingInternational shows you how to bring structure to the youth academy and takes you through the objectives for all age groups. We stay in Holland for the first part of a series on game analysis, sc Heerenveen analyst and scout Hans de Jong focuses on the differences in game analysis at various levels and covers the possibilities for a coach who plays in a 4-3-3 and is faced with an opponent who also plays a 4-3-3. Last, but not least the re-introduction of the Paul Cooper column. All in all another great and diverse issue, brought to you online.
Yours in soccer,
Managing Editor SCI