1. DEPENDENT (Pre-Teens)
- Able to cooperate with one or two friends and teammates.
- Minimal or No soccer background.
- They need others to learn from.
- Are essentially self-oriented
- You are their Role Model!
- “You” (coach) teach me.
2. INDEPENDENT (Teen-years)
- Able to cooperate with four or five teammates.
- Becoming inner-directed. “I’ve played”, etc.
- Think they can get what they want through their own effort.
- “I” can do it -self-centered
3. INTERDEPENDENT (Post-Teens)
- Realize that working together is best.
- “We” must combine our efforts to achieve success-teamwork
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Koach Karl (Karl Dewazien)
- Emeritus Director of Coaching – California Youth Soccer Assoc. 1979-2012
- Author – Internationally Published FUNdamental SOCCER Books Series
- Producer – highly acclaimed ‘FUNdamental SOCCER -Practice’ DVD.
- Clinician at: www.fundamentalsoccer.com
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