Making Changes at the Highest & Lowest Levels
Making changes at the Lowest Level
Many of the Directors of Coaching out there in the USA Soccer World use their heads and management skill set to move the organization or the board going forward with small adjustments. Just like them, a new soccer player sometimes uses their toes when they shouldn't, for them sometimes a subtle change is also best.
Often coaching directors make changes to the competitive parts of the program and ignore the recreational parts. It is counter intuitive when the easiest changes to be made can happen at the youngest level and it can have the greatest impact. We all know that new players begin in a recreational program, low and behold, that is where our competitive players come from.
Teaching them the correct skills at the very beginning allows them to develop a solid platform, they learn to enjoy the game, grow in confidence, have a good foundational skill set and get much satisfaction from the game. Statistics tell us that 12,13 and 14 year old players make decisions on their continuing in the game, their biggest challenge is the skill set and ball mastery of the basics. Would it be fair to say the biggest challenge for DOC’s and their Staff members is to impart a comprehensive skill set into the youngest of players and let them develop?
Being able to have confidence in the competency of a skill set that includes lateral motion of ball control, dribbling at players and have one or two deception moves, ball control of high and low ball service, correct passing technique with side foot, volleys and laces, these all go hand in hand with players staying in the game past 14 years of age.
MOTI Sports and the Soccer Training Platform has taken all of these important factors and elements into consideration to give players the opportunity to have Technical Skills and also game and possession drills at their fingertips for instant visualization, muscle memory, observation with home study.
Making changes at the Highest Level
At this time of year Directors of Coaching are sifting thru all the clutter that is circulating around either from voice mails, texts or in the E mail box. I am currently fascinated by the demand for analytics to assist in the complex Data that is percolating inside and surrounding Youth Soccer. This complex structural data can and is presenting extensive growth prospects for the Soccer Analytics market place
There is a rising need for Soccer Organizations to know more about their memberships habits by analyzing and giving insights into the sheer volume of information of on field and off field Data. This data can be obtained from a myriad of sources and needs Soccer Organizations to adopt Soccer Analytical Solutions!
Harvesting this Data gives deep insights to help the Soccer entity to improve and guide their decision making for their day to day and future business processes. Yes Soccer people Youth Soccer is big business in every community.
This huge amount of Data can now be shipped up into the Cloud Base Storage for easy access and sets up exponential opportunities for adoption of this type of service. The Cloud is synonymous to a remote server or data center and is now being used by consumers and professionals alike.
Soccer analytics can provide a comprehensive view of stats that pertain to the organizations needs to be proactive to their membership understanding the groups needs, wants, risks, concerns and opportunities as they arise.
The MOTI Soccer Training Platform has incredible power of Analytics regarding players and the coaches understanding of Club Curriculum, individual Team Practice plans and the Apps usage and numbers of eyeballs that are utilizing the educational elements. With the MOTI Soccer Training Platform your Club/organization gets to know who and for how long your membership is looking at the Sponsorship banners/advertisements/coupons/event announcements etc.