The Coach's Companion: A guide to coaching youth soccer
By: Ali Andrzejewski

The Coach's Companion is the ultimate guide to take you through your soccer season from preseason to playoffs. Use this resource to organize you team, games, and practices throughout the season. Inside you will find the latest in sports psychology, practice and game-day templates and other useful resources for coaching ages 5-14. 

"This is an amazing resource for any coach- from the first-timer to the experienced. Ali provides a detailed understanding of the essential concepts every coach needs to prepare, organize and implement a consistent coaching methodology for the entire season." - Brian Taylor



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The Champion's Journal: A guided journal for soccer players
By: Ali Andrzejewski

The Champion's Journal is a guided journal for soccer players to explore, reflect and grow. This journal takes players through the season providing 15 weeks of weekly goal-setting, self-evaluation, reflection, and exercises to improve mental strength, leadership, persistence, determination and confidence. 
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