26 Responses to “The Ultimate Guide to Motivating Players – 30 Ways to Keep Your Players Focused and Working Hard ALL Season Long!”

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  1. ALPHA says:

    This is fun.I enjoyed every moment of it.I did not know that coaching can be so much fun especially if one can follow your example.

  2. Oliver Madzivadondo says:

    I find this very informative and will readily recommend this to my friends .I am a rookie coach and i enjoy lessons like these because they help me to improve my coaching .

  3. DIDI KHUSE says:

    It is so wonderful to have knowledgeable people who are prepared to assist us, the upcoming coaches who want to improve their coaching careers as we want to become better future coaches

  4. Rasso Mupukuta says:

    this is what the Doc ordered.

  5. dom says:

    really in depth excellent article just what i was looking for thanks …

  6. mohamed siddig omer says:

    dear sir,,, iam very glad to read this useful information,,i enjoy with all these tactics but my problem i cant make practise because i work from 9to4 ،، all my best

  7. DIDI KHUSE says:

    Getting to know about successinsoccer to me it was an eye opener in the sense that i now am informed about the new aspects of football demands,as it is now i feel that i am growing in terms of coaching.i appreciate the information you are giving,thanks.

  8. conrado says:

    I like this information, now all dipends that we practice it.

  9. lawal sulaimon says:

    This is unbelievable it was after i signed up on your site that i know that subjecting the players for sprinting after the training will not let them put up their best performance during training . Please kindly tell me or show me how i can combine conditioning with my training .If i may ask you what is conditioning i need the full explanation your response is highly needed urgently .

  10. xrhstos says:

    ontnos einai poly kalo to enhmerotiko ayto kai me polla kala stoixeia

  11. roberto cabural says:

    yes i like it i hope you send more tactics on how to improve my players and my coaching skils.thanks very much.

  12. Iosefo Vosaboto says:

    yes i really like it and it also teaches me to, could send more on technique and tactics on coaching U19 and up

  13. David Clarke says:

    Hi there, just wanted to add a mention of motivational patches to your list of treats and reward. The patches are a really effective way of rewarding and encouraging young soccer players.
    These patches can be used to celebrate good behaviour, recognise progress, courage, good defence skills, great teamwork and a range of other positive attributes. Younger players really enjoy collecting them and they can be worn on their soccer strips. Go to http://www.footballpatches.co.uk to find out more.

  14. juliusndungusnr says:

    well done you’ve tried to tackle an area few have attempted. keep up the positive spirit.

  15. I really apriciate what you have send to us the ultimate guide to motivating players.Thank you for the iniciative to help us coaches to be more clear in what we are doing to help this young players to develop as talented players for the future.
    I “ll try to understand this players and try to motivate them base on what i understand from your guide line. thank you.

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  18. FREDRICK says:

    This, is simply great!very sound ideas and straight to the point.good work guys.

  19. Jenny says:

    hey i really like this article (even though i’m not a coach but a player) and i find it that the other articles and info on this site is very useful. The thing is my dream has always been playing soccer for the Matildas, but i don’t have the time or chance to play weekend soccer for a local club to become a better athelete and am really desperate to achieve my goal. Would it be possible to write an article to help me and others that are in the same situation as i am? It would be greatly appreciated thank-you. =)

  20. Ken says:

    I agree with everything but the competition part. My U10 son’s coach believes in making kids compete in practice, and “punishing” the “loser” as he says. My son was almost in tears a couple practices ago because he lost 8 one-on-ones in a row and had to run lengths. He tries as hard as he can, but he just doesn’t have the size or skills to beat the bigger, stronger kids. Competition can be good, but with kids it can easily cross the line to damaging their confidence and enjoyment of soccer. Ironically, the coach doesn’t like to give players positions. He wants them to figure out for themselves where to be on the field so they can develop their creativity. Yet, by pitting players against each other in practice, the kids who typically “lose” and have to run lengths of the gym are scared to take the risks necessary to be creative.

  21. Dave says:

    Ken – You have to ask yourself, if you were your son on that team, would it be “fun” for you? That would be a horrible situation for any kid to be in, especially 8 times! I’d beg my parents to let me quit soccer.

    There’s not much you can do except ask the club to put your son on another team. You could complain to your club about it, but that’s likely going to make it worse for you son. You could talk to the coach, but he seems pretty set in his ways (likely HIS kid is one of the faster kids that doesn’t have to run lengths, but maybe if it was his kid, he wouldn’t do it). You could spend extra time with your son on weekends/evenings doing drills and I would STRONGLY recommend you use positive encouragement with him, as he needs to hear he’s doing good and did great at something.

    But if it was me, I’d put my son on another team rather than risk him “hating” the game.

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  24. sandras kumwenda says:

    thank you so much i believe this will help my players

  25. Dane Alleyne says:

    I found this information to be very interesting and helpfull.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Did any of you actually read the article? Lay-up drills? Rebounds? Clearly copied and pasted from some basketball coaching source…

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