The Ref talks about a recent send off in indoor and highlights how things have changed thanks to technology.
Entries for February, 2006
As any soccer coach knows – getting parents to understand offsides is a tough challenge. Here is a primer we sent ours trying to improve their understanding of it.
We’ve found that the most common cause for upset parents is a lack of understanding of the game. So we remind them – often!
A lot of the hard-core American soccer fans have the sex appeal of a Level 2 half-orc wizard who lost his 20-sided die. These guys are really good at drinking beer, screaming obscenities and obsessing over the minutiae of the pariah of professional sports. Nuff said
Tweet Jarrett @ TriSoccerFan notes that the local university teams will be scrimmaging this Sunday (tomorrow 2/26): The UNC men will be having their second intrasquad scrimmage at 10:30am over at the Finley Fields while the Duke and NCSU men square off at 2pm at Duke’s practice fields. Finley Fields are located off of Old […]
I was VERY lucky when I got rear ended at high speed waiting to turn into my driveway
The US Team will face Jamaica in April at the SAS Soccer Park. Excellent news for Triangle soccer fans!
The field is down to 10 – so vote before Feb 27th
The national US soccer associations are coming out with some very useful materials for parent and coach education.
My Google-foo was put to the test, but I finally found some background on why soccer fields (and rugby and cricket fields) are called pitches
The IFAB Law Change proposals are out for this year’s meeting
Arguing with the ref is never wise, but arguing over a call the ref never even made – well that’s just asking for it!
I have no idea why I didn’t do this from the start
The USSF just released an excellent guide for youth soccer coaches.