About McSoccer for Girls
Are you passionate about girl’s and women’s football? I am.
I will post good stuff I find about the game in Scotland and around the world.
Hopefully, you will get in touch, let me know what what you are thinking and what I’ve missed.
- @StevieM49172767 @riecriticalcare @NHS_Lothian This is such great news!! Please pass on the well wishes from James… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 year ago
- One person can make a difference. May we all continue to learn from Mandela's example and may he rest in peace. 7 years ago
Tag Archives: coaching girl’s football
Recently I came across some research that asked nearly 900 soccer players (aged 11 to 18) at a top-level competitive tournament in the U.S. about their motivations, attitudes and behaviours in relation to the game. The results challenge a number of myths … Continue reading
“Confrontation? The modern coaching handbooks confirmed that it didn’t work. Girls just closed down and tuned out, their self-esteem too brittle to handle the challenge. . . . And sure enough the first practices after the confrontation seemed to prove … Continue reading
Last week I spoke to Doug Johnston, Head Coach for the Girl’s Section at Linlithgow Rose Community Football Club about how they’ve developed their programme for girls. This is the first in a series creatively called “Club Profiles”. The idea is to hear about what … Continue reading