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3 minutes ago, sid g said:

you see whos getting left out and make sure when you start proper there involved anyone whos twating about you split up , your leaders take a back seat when it comes to picking your captains for your end of session kick about ...Ā  its allĀ  thereĀ  in that first 5 mins ...

How did your tactics change from kids to adults mate?

I love the whole idea of getting the best out of people without them even knowing you are...

Listening to you and Wilf makes me want to get into coaching.... she'll have a fit!! Lol

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Absolutely brilliant result....once again Southgate proves all us "experts " wrong good for him. Hand of God.....Lampards 2Ā foot over the line goal.....and its " tough shit " We get oneĀ iffy

Im just too delirious to write anything sensible at the moment. As old school West Ham fans i/we always resisted any temptation to fall into all that " we are a big club " talk......but some thin

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8 minutes ago, WILF said:

What was that thing where the bloke phoned up his radio show and said something about a tackle in a game like ā€œNobody has been hitĀ that hard since you were going out with Ulrikaā€ lol šŸ˜‚Ā 

Yeah I remember that mate...šŸ˜…

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48 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

Unfortunately I could only play/train one way.... I wasn't the show boating type...lol.. so yeah, train with intensity and then you play the same... even 1 in the middle, f**k when I was nutmegged in that drill I'd be pissed off lol...

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I may of said before, a young lad came down to the last club I played for, I loved that place, I was an older player there were about 4 of us who were early 30s so could still play but slowing up..lol

Anyway this young lad comes in, flash as f**k, seriously thought he had turned up at Utd or Sunderland...or something..Next thing pulls his boots out of his gold boot bag (i might be embellishing a bit lol)... and he's got his name stitched in them...that was it for me.... played left back, and was shite...seriously shite, he copped a bit half time and that was it head down no bollocks at all... he went 2nds the following week and that was about it, was told he was the big thing in the youth team...needs to be a little bit humble when you got great f***ing farmers trying to kick you all over the pitch..lol..

One of the other youngsters was let go from City, great player, great lad and one of my best mates still, he left city and came on for me roofing, should have stayed pro (Yeovil wanted him)... anyway has his own little firm now, doing well...one of the best players I've played with, and wouldn't be seen dead in signature boots...knew how to handle himself at 16/17 years old

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I played with a few lads growing up that went pro. 2 brothers I grew up with where exceptionally good. They where technically step brothers but grew up almost as twins. I can remember being in primary school and school football was years 5 and 6 only but these pair played as year 3s which got my teacher in trouble if I remember right. Both went on to play pro, last I heard the lessee of the 2 was at torquay.Ā 

The better one went upto Newcastle to play, had a row with the manager because he knew better and is now in Poland playing because no c**t over here would have him šŸ˜‚

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40 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

That's a great education for coaching though mate...

I used to love it when an old marine lad would take a session, he'd played good football and was fit as f**k...his sessions were brilliant, different from the normal and interesting, he could keep using balls in all of his fitness drills, for me there was nothing worse than am hour and half of running and half an hour kick around (basically) it bored you...

Would you keep a ball in most drills mate?Ā 

I appreciate shuttles and sprint realys etc, but did you find lads reacted better the more football related drills you carried out?

f***ing bleep tests I hated

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2 minutes ago, big sid said:

yes duncan your little secret's out

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Lol, you donā€™t know how close you are to theĀ truth !Ā 
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28 minutes ago, sid g said:

when i watch a game i`m one step ahead of the commentators drives my mrs nuts wide wide , get up , square let it go let it go , heads . release release send him ,Ā šŸ˜€

Reminds me of our house growing up, especially games on a Sunday. My dad's best mate has a son a few days older than me and they've visited every Sunday from our births and the old boy still does now.

Anyway it would be me, my 2 brothers, my dad , his best mate and his lad. All shouting like f**k at the telly to the point my mum would mute it and half the time we hadn't even noticedĀ 

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20 minutes ago, South hams hunter said:

f***ing bleep tests I hated

Yeah they were rough.... lol

I didn't mind running at all, just seemed a waste of time when you were football training..id go for a run, did the odd half marathon...but why waste half a footie session doing something we could all do anyway?

As I said, some coach's are lazy...I wish Sid had taught me now! Lol

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4 minutes ago, sid g said:

not a lot mate just faster pacedĀ  with a 20 min e/w game at the endĀ  what your teaching youngsters becomes your set pieces for snrsĀ Ā once we`d done pre season fitnessĀ  and set piecesĀ  and the season started i never used to train we had the league . league cup . and county cupĀ  playing sat n midweek most of the lads were in work or doing stuff with uni or collegeĀ  last thing i wanted to do was add any pressure most of them did there own thing bit of runningĀ  gym work ,,,,i found with snrs they liked to have some in put which you take on board over a beer after the game ,,,

I used to enjoy training mate, you did notice lads not turning up the further into a season you went, we had a little flood lit pitch beside the main pitch at a local club I played for, it was crap...like a field more than a pitch, with wooden stock fence around it that you'd kick when you went through the ball lol...more injuries on that training pitch than a sat afternoon.. lol

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2 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

Yeah they were rough.... lol

I didn't mind running at all, just seemed a waste of time when you were football training..id go for a run, did the odd half marathon...but why waste half a footie session doing something we could all do anyway?

As I said, some coach's are lazy...I wish Sid had taught me now! Lol

A warm up jog around the pitch; 1- left hand touch the floor 2- right hand and 3 up for a header . Used to bore the shit out of me

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4 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

I used to enjoy training mate, you did notice lads not turning up the further into a season you went, we had a little flood lit pitch beside the main pitch at a local club I played for, it was crap...like a field more than a pitch, with wooden stock fence around it that you'd kick when you went through the ball lol...more injuries on that training pitch than a sat afternoon.. lol

Did you ever play at Weston mills pitch NK? We used to train on that little concrete pitch beside the field in the winter because as kids our club couldn't afford to rent a hall for a few years. Rain or snow

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16 minutes ago, sid g said:

not a lot mate just faster pacedĀ  with a 20 min e/w game at the endĀ  what your teaching youngsters becomes your set pieces for snrsĀ Ā once we`d done pre season fitnessĀ  and set piecesĀ  and the season started i never used to train we had the league . league cup . and county cupĀ  playing sat n midweek most of the lads were in work or doing stuff with uni or collegeĀ  last thing i wanted to do was add any pressure most of them did there own thing bit of runningĀ  gym work ,,,,i found with snrs they liked to have some in put which you take on board over a beer after the game ,,,

How did you work on problems arising in the season mate without training ?

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