So you want to become a youth football coach do you?
People have all kinds of different reasons for wanting to become a youth football coach.
You’ve seen other people do it
You’ve been following football for years
You want to coach your son or daughter
You think you would make a good coach
It’s always something you have wanted to try
If any of these are you this book is for you.
You can buy a million different reference books on football coaching, on drills, techniques and tactics but there aren’t many books out there that really show you what the day to day life of coaching a youth football team is like and this is where this book comes in. No matter how good you are at coming up with drills it takes a whole lot more to be a youth football coach and this is what this book sets out to show you with information that many other books don’t tell you about.
“A Guide to Surviving Youth Football” is a warts and all look at what coaching a youth team is really like and what it entails from how to form a team to dealing with pushy parents, its all in there. This book is an all in one guide which will give you all the information you need to be a great youth football coach.
Not only does this book have a stack of information on every little detail of being a youth football coach it also has a lot of stories from my own experiences in youth football from my days as a player, a referee and now a coach. Some of which will make you laugh, some of which will make you think and some of which you may be able to identify with.
The aim of the book is to empower you to be the best youth football coach you can be and is a must read for anyone involved in youth football or wanting to get involved in youth football.
I hope you enjoyed reading this book as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Adam Sibley FRSA