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									  LSN SOCCER
PARENT MEETING
• WELCOME PARENTS TO
  THE 2011 LSN BOYS
  SOCCER SEASON.
                     OUR AGENDA

•   1. INTRODUCTIONS
•   2. GUIDELINES
•   3. HANDBOOK/PAMPHLETS
•   4. THREE LEVELS IN THE PROGRAM
•   5. PLAYING TIME
•   6. VARSITY PRACTICE SQUAD
•   7. POSTPONEMENTS/CANCELLATIONS
•   8. VIDEO TAPING
•   9. HEALTH/WELLNESS
•   10. NEWSPAPERS
•   11. PLAYER PICK UPS
LSN COACHING STAFF




    Head Coach-Tim Richardson
    Assistant Varsity – Ryan Kelley
    Junior Varsity – Bill Arrandale
    C- Team – Mike Johnson
          TIM RICHARDSON

•   PLAYING EXPERIENCE
•   Street Soccer – 1965-1976 – Grew up in Belo Horizonte, Brazil
•   Kent State University – 1977-1980 – 3 times team MVP – All Conference Honors
•   Have continued playing in adult leagues and with High School players – 1985-present
•   EDUCATION
•   BS in Geology- Kent State University 1983
•   BS in Education- Kent State University 1985
•   MA in Education – University of Missouri at Kansas City 1990
•   US Soccer C License – Tampa Bay , FL Jan 1991
•   US Soccer B License – Blaine, MN July 1991
•   US Soccer A License – Santa Clara, CA July 1992
•   US Soccer A License Audit – Bowling Green, OH June 2000
•   NSCAA Premier Diploma, Bloomsburg, PA 2006
•   US SOCCER – Youth National License – Little Rock, AR 2008
•   NSCAA DIRECTOR OF COACHING CERTIFICATE- OCT 2008
•   WORLD CLASS COACHING – BRAZILIAN COACHING TOUR AND COURSE- Clube Atletico Mineiro – DEC 2008
•   Maryland Sate Youth Soccer Association International Weeks – Graham Ramsey Director
      1995-2004 Attended and participated in these coaching clinics conducted by International coaches from Holland,
          Czech Republic, Brazil, Ireland, France, Denmark.
•   1998 - Served as interpreter for Jose` de Souza Teixeira for the International Week
•   World Class Coaching Weekend Seminar – Kansas City, MO
•   Feb 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,2008,2009- Presenters included Anson Dorrance, Tony Diccico, other national and international level coaches.
•   COACHING EXPERIENCE
•   1995- Present Lee’s Summit North High School – Boys Varsity Head Coach
•   1997-Present Lee’s Summit North High School – Girls Varsity Head Coach – State Champions       2000, 2nd place 2002, 3rd place 1999
•   1985-1994 Lee’s Summit High School- Boys Varsity Head Coach
•   1990- Present Spirit America Soccer Club – Head Coach – Coach teams u7-u13 boys and girls
•   1992,1993 – Missouri State ODP Coach- Region II ODP Camp u13, u15 boys
•   Youth Summer Soccer Camps- 1995- present
•   High School Coaching Record – Girls 200-61-17
•                                  Boys 362-167-58
•                                 Overall – 562-224-75
•   COACHING RECOGNITION
•   2000, 2002 Missouri State Girls High School Coach of the Year – NSCAA
•   2003-2004 – Lee’s Summit Journal Coach of the Year
•   20009- Missouri State Girls Public High School Coach of the Year
BILL ARRANDALE
•   Education
     – BS, Chemical Engineering, UMC
     – Masters, Business Administration, UMKC
     – USSF Coaching Courses thru the B License
     – Various soccer weeks and seminars with high level coach-instructors from the U.S., Europe
        and Brazil
•   Coaching Experience
     – 83-90: Competitive teams - U12 boys thru near-professional men
     – 92: UMKC Assistant Men’s Coach
     – 93: Fort Osage Boys Varsity Coach - First district championship in years
     – 94-96: Pembroke Hill Boys and Girls Varsity Coach - A third place in the boys Missouri 2A
        championships
     – 97-present: Lee’s Summit North Boys and Girls Assistant Varsity Coach - Girls 2000 Missouri
        Champions and other high finishes
     – Various girls club teams and youth summer soccer camps
•   Work Experience
     – Engineering Career - Military aerospace-related products
     – Computing Manager Career - Large scale computer networks
     – Teaching
          • Lecturer, Computer Programming, UMKC
          • Teacher, Education-Related Computer Skills, Pembroke Hill
          • Short Course Leader, Computer Applications, MacSource, Inc
     – Magazine Design and Desk Top Publishing
     – Database Management and Computer Graphics Projects
  RYAN KELLEY

Playing Experience-
      Lee’s Summit High School 1992-1995, Varsity 1993-1995, Co-Captain
      1995,
      Co-MVP 1995, All-Conference 1994&95, All-Area 1995
      William Jewell College 1996-1997, Co-MVP 1996
Coaching Experience-
      Lee’s Summit North High School- Boys C team 2002-2003, JV 2004-
         Present
      Lee’s Summit North High School- Girls JV 2004-Present
      Renegades 96/97 Girls youth team- 2003-Present

Education
     B.S. in Physical Education from University of Central Missouri, 2004
     Certified in Health, 2004
     USSF ‘D’ license, 2006
     World Class Coaching Clinic-2007, 2006, 2005
    NSCAA National Diploma – June 2007
     NSCAA ADVANCED NATIONAL DIPLOMA – June 2011
MIKE JOHNSON

• LSN GRADUATE – 2000
• ALL CONFERENCE, ALL STATE AS A
  PLAYER
• CURRENT RECORD HOLDER FOR
  MOST GOALS SCORED IN 1 SEASON –
  31
• C TEAM COACH BOYS AND GIRLS-
  2005,2006,2007,2009,2010,2011
                GUIDELINES
• 1. BE THERE

PARENTS/PLAYERS
ARE REQUESTED TO
CONTACT COACHES
BY EMAIL OR PHONE
BEFORE PRACTICE
OR A GAME MISSED.
2. BE ON TIME
3. BE A GOOD SPORT




       X
4. NO PROFANITY

         X
      @##*&&^*%%$
5. BE AN EXEMPLARY STUDENT ATHLETE




         X
6. DRESS UP ON CONFERENCE GAME DAYS




       X
7. RIDE THE BUS TO GAMES
8. LISTEN TO ANNOUNCEMENTS
9. GO TO TRAINERS WHEN INJURED
10. WEAR PROPER PRACTICE ATTIRE




 X
11. LETTERING CRITERIA




                N
12. APPOINTMENT WITH
COACHES
                   BUT MY
                   SON
                   SCORED
                   100 GOALS
                   IN 1ST
                   GRADE!
       PLAYING LEVELS
1. VARSITY – PERFORMANCE
   ORIENTED

2. JUNIOR VARSITY- DEVELOPMENTAL

3. C TEAM - PARTICIPATION
   CRITERIA FOR PLAYER
SELECTION AND PLAYING TIME
• 1. SOCCER ABILITIES –
    • TECHNIQUE – 1ST TOUCH, PASSING, SHOOTING,
      DRIBBLING, HEADING, RUNNING W/BALL, DEFENDING.



    • TACTICS- MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS
2. ATHLETISM- SPEED, STRENGTH,
STAMINA, QUICKNESS. ALL WITHIN THE
SOCCER ENVIRONMENT. IT COMES
DOWN TO WHAT HAPPENS WITH THE
BALL.
3. ABILITY TO PLAY WITHIN THE
     ROLE REQUESTED
4. ATTITUDE- WILLINGNESS TO DO THE
RIGHT THING, POSITIVE IMPACT
WITHIN THE TEAM, ACCEPTING
COACHING.
5. FACTORS THAT DO NOT ULTIMATELY
DETERMINE ROLE WITHIN THE TEAM:
    A) CLUB BACKGROUND
    B) YEAR IN SCHOOL
    C) ROLE ON THE TEAM LAST YEAR
    D) HONORS OUTSIDE OF HIGH SCHOOL
      SOCCER
DECISIONS ARE MADE BASED ON WHAT WE SEE IN
PRACTICES AND IN GAMES. WHAT WE ARE
LOOKING FOR IS NOT ALWAYS WHAT THE PARENTS
ARE NOTICING OR FOCUSING ON!!!
 GENERAL APPROACH AT THE
      VARSITY LEVEL
• 1. WE TRY TO MAINTAIN A GOOD TEAM
  SHAPE REGARDLESS OF THE FORMATION
  WE PLAY ( 4-4-2, 3-5-2, 3-4-3, 4-3-3)
• 2. WE TRY TO BE READY TO DEFEND WHEN
  WE LOSE THE BALL.
• 3. WE TRY TO BE READY TO ATTACK WHEN
  WE WIN THE BALL.
• 4. WE WILL PLAY A ZONE DEFENSE
• 5. WE PLACE A HIGH VALUE ON
  POSSESSION OF THE BALL.
      RESCHEDULES AND
       POSTPONEMENTS
• CALL THE INFO LINE AT 986 -3001
  FOR UPDATES. WE WILL INFORM
  PLAYERS AS SOON AS WE KNOW OF
  MAKE UP DATES AND OTHER
  DETAILS
• RED ALERT SYSTEM

                        986-3001
                        LINE -2
  VIDEOTAPING



• WE HAVE THE CAMERA AND WILL
  PROVIDE TAPES. WE NEED
  VOLUNTEERS TO HELP TAKE ON THIS
  IMPORTANT TASK. PLEASE CONTACT
  COACH RICHARDSON.
NEWPAPERS
  • ALTHOUGH
    STATEMENTS FROM
    OUR COACHES AND
    PLAYERS COME OUT IN
    THE NEWSPAPERS WE
    CANNOT CONTROL
    WHAT IS PRINTED.

  • WE TRY TO PROMOTE
    OUR TEAM AND GIVE A
    REALISTIC VIEW OF
    HOW THINGS ARE.
       PLAYER PICK UP
• PLEASE PICK
  PLAYERS UP AT
  THE PRESCRIBED
  TIME. COACHES
  HAVE OTHER
  RESPONSIBILITIES
  AND PLACES TO
  BE.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO A
    GREAT SEASON!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
    AND ATTENDANCE.
     HEALTH/WELLNESS
• 1. PROPER NUTRITION

• 2. PLENTY OF REST

• 3. SEE THE TRAINERS
   Eating, Drinking and
  Sleeping for Maximum
Soccer Playing Performance
During the period up to 24
hours before a practice or
          game

•   Consume large amounts of ice cold water well
    beyond not being thirsty
•   Eat good meals and snacks containing large
    amounts of carbohydrates and normal amounts
    of proteins and fats
•   Stay away from ice cream and fast food drinks,
    hamburgers and fries
    Last meal before a practice
             or game
       Three to five hours before
       the practice or game




•   Consume 20 oz
    (swallows)of ice cold water
    as often as you can
During the period up to 24
hours before a practice or
          game

•   Consume large amounts of ice cold water well
    beyond not being thirsty
•   Eat good meals and snacks containing large
    amounts of carbohydrates and normal amounts
    of proteins and fats
•   Stay away from ice cream and fast food drinks,
    hamburgers and fries
       One hour before and during
          the practice or game

•   Don’t eat

•   Consume six to eight oz. (swallows) of ice cold fluid (
    water, Gatorade Endurance Formula or Gatorade
    Thirst Quencher) every 15 minutes if possible
During the two hours after a practice or game
     (During the first 30 minutes is best)




  Consume 20 oz. (swallows) of ice cold fluid (water,
    Gatorade Endurance Formula or Gatorade
    Thirst Quencher) as often as you can
• Take a long cold bath or
  shower as soon as you can




• Drink ice cold chocolate
  milk--a source of quickly
  absorbed carbohydrates,
  protein and fat--and eat
  snacks and meals high in
  carbohydrates
     Eight hours each night




• Sleep -zzzzzzzzzzzz

								
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