Newcastle Permanent Skill of the Week – Session 9

July 24th, 2015

Northern NSW Football is pleased to provide the latest Newcastle Permanent Skill of the Week video. This video is the next installment in a series of short videos aimed at assisting community coaches to plan and implement safe, fun and age appropriate coaching sessions for their players.

Northern NSW Football understands that the vast majority of community football coaches are volunteers with limited time available to devote to the planning of training sessions for their players.

While over 700 community coaches will participate in formal coaching courses in 2015, more assistance is required on an ongoing basis to ensure that team training sessions continue to be varied, appropriate and most importantly of all, FUN!.

Each session will focus on one of the four functional game skills of running with the ball, striking the ball, first touch and 1 v 1.

The videos will be provided weekly to registered coaches via direct email with a new Newcastle Permanent Skill of the Week will become available on a weekly basis.

Videos will also be placed on the Northern NSW Football website throughout the season.

To access to Newcastle Permanent Skill of the Week videos one week prior to accessing online, register with your local club as a coach.

 

Newcastle Permanent Skill of the Week – Session 9: Striking the Ball (Short Passing)

 

 

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