CSA Coaches Attend Coaching Symposium

Sean Fleming, National Coaching Development Coach, and Steven Hart, National Junior (Under-17) Head Coach made coaching presentaions at the Saskatchewan Soccer Association’s Investor Group Coaching Symposium held April 26-27 in Saskatoon.

Fleming presented the CSA Club Development Model to approximately 100 coaches, Club Directors, and Directors of the SSA. The presentation was well received and will hopefully will encourage districts and clubs throughout Saskatchewan to consider this model for their coaching and player development. Fleming also put on a training session which highlighted the technical priorities for present National Training Center athletes.

Sean Fleming, National Coaching Development Coach, and Steven Hart, National Junior (Under-17) Head Coach made coaching presentaions at the Saskatchewan Soccer Association’s Investor Group Coaching Symposium held April 26-27 in Saskatoon.

Fleming presented the CSA Club Development Model to approximately 100 coaches, Club Directors, and Directors of the SSA. The presentation was well received and will hopefully will encourage districts and clubs throughout Saskatchewan to consider this model for their coaching and player development. Fleming also put on a training session which highlighted the technical priorities for present National Training Center athletes.

Hart presented a seminar on National team pre-competition preparation where he highlighted some of the keys to his recent preparation for the Under-17 CONCACAF Qualifying Tournament in Victoria this past March. The session was followed by a question and answer session. Hart also put on two training sessions. One session focused on defending principles while the other emphasized attacking principles.

Anne Marie Huybrecht was presented with the Investor Group’s Community Sport administrative Award for her dedication and commitment to the sport of soccer in her District.

Guidelines for the Return to Soccer

Canada Soccer outlines return to soccer guidelines. The return to soccer guidelines provide member organizations with a five-step process, including a checklist of weighted questions known as the Return to Soccer Assessment Tool.