ERIN MILLS EAGLES GIRLS U16: Useful Handouts

2006 ONT CUP SEMI-FINAL BROCHURE

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PARENT PREGAME CHECKLIST

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BUILDING ATHLETE CONFIDENCE

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GENDER DIFFERENCES IN TRAINING

http://home.hia.no/~stephens/gender.htm

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OSA PARTICIPATION WAIVERS FOR 2007

Form language disributed to Clubs for all participants to sign.

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SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT COACHING BEHAVIOUR

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HUMAN RIGHTS AND SPORTS

PowerPoint presentation on the subject of the rights and protection of participants in sport.

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UNIVERSITY QUESTIONS

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RULE 4 - PLAYER EQUIPMENT 2006 CLARIFICATIONS

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MANAGING GROIN INJURIES

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YOUNG PEOPLE ENTERING THE WORK FORCE

Some useful information for players working part time and for parents of players from the Ontario Ministry of Labour.

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CSA DIRECTIONS ON RULE 4 - PLAYER EQUIPMENT

Posted May 29.05

Hot off the press from the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA). Note that even though it is sort of a Canadian version of FIFA Circular 863, it is more thorough, more clear, more objective, and less opinionated than the FIFA and USSF statements.

In addition to the clarification on the first page, check out the first bullet point under "3. Orthopaedic supports." Basically it says that accidentally banging heads is more hazardous than being hit with a knee brace.

Also notice CSA's motto at the end of the memo: "For the Good of the Game."
They practice what they preach much better than the other soccer organizations.

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READ THE ERIN MILLS STORY

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SOCCER OLYMPICS 2002 INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE

Excel spreadsheet listing 2002 Team Olympics results for all players.
Word document outlining the rules.

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CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT

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20 THINGS PLAYERS MUST KNOW

A concise piece of wisdom from the "Fire" essential for all players.

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MARCH PLAYER PROJECT

Player project for players to report on two observed professional soccer games.

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WHAT SKILLS DO YOU NEED TO PLAY TOP LEVEL COLLEGE SOCCER?

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ONTARIO INDOOR SOCCER RULES OF PLAY

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EVALUATE THE COACH

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BILL GATES SPEAKS TO YOUNG PEOPLE

Some sage advice from one of America's most successful people.

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PERSONAL TRAINING RECORD

A simple Excel sheet for players to design, complete and report to the coach for essential off-season training.
Activities listed are only suggestions and can be modified to suit weather and resources.

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WHAT IS POSSESSION SOCCER?

An explanation of Ontario's, and Canada's, grass roots focus on "possession soccer".

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KEY FACTORS TO SOCCER TRAINING

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PRACTICE PLAYERS CAN DO AT HOME

A list of activities that players can do at home to make them a better soccer player.

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COACH'S LETTER TO MINISOCCER PARENTS

Some wisdom for coaches at all ages.

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DEVELOPING YOUR SOCCER POTENTIAL

Six key characteristics soccer players must focus on to get to the next level in their soccer career.

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SOCCER JOBS ON THE FIELD

A set of brief guidlines for young players to remind themselves of position responsibilities.

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DEALING WITH KNEE PAIN

A detailed article to help cope with and preferably avoid chronic knee pain from sport activity.
Essential reading for parents and players.

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PACKING YOUR SOCCER BAG

A reminder of useful things to pack in your bag.

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SOME PARENT RESPONSIBILITIES

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EMSC REFEREE SUPPORT POLICY

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TEAM TRAINER (TEAM MOM)

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ASSISTANT COACH OUTLINE

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SPORT COMPETITION ANXIETY TEST

By analysing an athlete's responses to a series of statements about how she/he feels in a competitive situation it is possible to determine their level of anxiety. A test that provides such functionality is the Sport Competition Anxiety Test (SCAT) which was developed by Martens, Vealey, and Burton in 1990.

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GETTING PSYCHED FOR SPORTS

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GETTING IN THE FLOW - PARENTS

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GUIDE FOR INTERVIEWING YOUR CHILD'S COACH

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