Christabel Daniella. kids. May 01st , 2017.
Where did we lose it? Somewhere in the last two decades the western developed world changed. In an effort to curb child abuse, we went way too far! We stopped being parents, and started to become slaves to our children and giving them everything possible, whilst asking nothing in return. The developing countries did not, because they could not. It is indeed fortunate that we have not yet been able to replicate this insane parental paradigm onto the third world, or we would have an international disaster the size of which is unimaginable!
First of all never engage the parent and/or the kid. Doing so will only create hostility, get you sued, and might not resolve the issue. An effective method would be to communicate your frustration, out loud, to the person accompanying you (or pretend to be on phone if you are alone)
Today, one out of every three families lives below the poverty line in Brooklyn. With more than 17 thousand cases of child abuse in Brooklyn, and a 48 percent high school drop out rate, community organizations like this offer hope for help. Of the 30 thousand students, 15 thousand are dropouts. Not only are there are drugs, disease, gang violence, and crime, but there are also around a thousand deaths annually.
By this age a player should be able to dribble the ball(hopefully with both feet). Good soccer drills for kids this age should include dribbling, shot transition, passing and receiving. For this one I like to use the three goal drill. Set up a field about 40 yards square, with a goal on three of the sides. Each player will start on the side with no goal and will dribble to the first goal on the right, take a shot and continue running toward the second goal as a coach passes a ball into him. At the second goal he shoots and continues to the third goal and again the coach passes a ball into him. He will finish by dribbling to the third goal and take a shot. One thing I have my players do after every shot is continue to the goal and touch a post, this gets them in the habit of following their shot.
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