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Player Portrait: Goalkeepers

I hope all is well. This week I want to wrap up our series titled “Player Portrait” by taking a look at what we look for in goalkeepers. For me, recruiting goalkeepers is very challenging. It’s “hit or miss” when we go to tournaments and showcases as often times they …

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Player Portrait: Defenders

Happy February! With the first of the month here, we are approaching the half way point of winter. Spring can’t come soon enough! Last week I wrote an email on what we look for in center midfielders. This week I want to focus on what we look for in our …

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Player Portrait: Midfielders

After a snowy start to the new year we have finally seen some warmer than normal weather, and even crept into the 50s this past weekend. I want to take some time today to continue with our series of what we look for in prospective players by position. Last week …

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Player Portrait: Forwards & Attacking Players

I hope this email finds you well as we are half way through January. Last week I wrote an email on general traits we look for in all field players. This week I want to focus on what we look for in our forwards and attacking-minded players. To do so …

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Player Portrait: Defining a College Level Soccer Recruit

I hope this email finds you well and not too frozen as we trudge through a cold and snowy start to the winter here at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. At the start of every year I like to send a new email series to help prospective college …

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Training Idea: Being Better in Posession

With preseason coming to a close and the regular season up and running, I wanted to begin a series of emails that reflect some things we are trying to accomplish in our own program.  The first of which is being better in possession. The blue print of our success that …

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