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Forza & Net World Sports Training Guide: Passing Drills

Football DNA have teamed up with Forza & Net World Sports to produce a training guide for all levels and abilities.

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Forza & Net World Sports Training Guide: Goalkeeping Drills

Football DNA have teamed up with Forza & Net World Sports to produce a training guide for all levels and abilities.

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The Key to Communicating Effectively with your Child’s Coach

By Gordon MacLelland(WWPIS- Working with Parents in Sport)
Many parents can find this incredibly tough and finding the right balance is not always easy.   

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Bouncing back from sporting failure – How can you help your child?

By Gordon MacLelland(WWPIS- Working with Parents in Sport)
A race they were meant to win, a match that did not go their way and disappointment that they were not selected for their school or club team. 

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Dealing With Mavericks: A Game Plan

1. Get to know a maverick in their own environment. They may be more vulnerable than you think.

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The Conversation Afterwards……

By Gordon MacLelland(WWPIS- Working with Parents in Sport)
We have all been there as parents on many occasions. 

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Is your child a potential leader?

By Gordon MacLelland(WWPIS- Working with Parents in Sport)
How important is the role of a captain in children’s sport and do coaches take the opportunity to help develop some of the skills required in order for young people to develop and become leaders later on? 

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Australian Soccer, Currently a Rudderless Ship.

Rules, Regulations, & No Reward.
Welcome to a new series of blogs focusing on Australian Soccer by Nick Green.

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How are Professional Clubs using CoachPaint Analysis Software?

Over recent years performance analysis in professional football has grown rapidly with very few clubs not having someone in a full time position to perform the role.

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Playing up an Age Group

Should your child play up an age group?
This is one of the most common questions we get asked here at WWPIS, with the vast majority of parents concerned that their young children are far too strong for the people that they train with and for the opposition that they play against come match day. 

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‘The Silent Weekend’ – Is it natural? How about ‘A Noisy Weekend?’

As an organisation we are asked many times to help support and promote the Silent Weekend, the Silent Sunday or indeed the Silent September.

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2018 Challenge – Sport v Computer Game

By Gordon MacLelland(WWPIS- Working with Parents in Sport)
If you are a Parent who is looking for help within sport please check out their website www.parentsinsport.co.uk for lots more content & to see what services they have readily available.

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