More About Me
I am a Lead coach at little kickers academy since Feb. 2017. I coach kids of different age groups from 1 up to 7 years old.
What I do:
• Plan and coach the session plans for all age groups
• Coordinate class registration and communicate with parents about the progress of their child
• Monitor health and safety precautions during the sessions
• Responsible for administering and reporting first aid
• Supervise and train new coaches coming on board to Little Kickers and help their coaching techniques.
In April - June 2017 I used to coach kids U7 at Putney Rangers Club.
I also had Juniors coaching experience in Egypt in the last 7 years.
Certifications: Skill Training Certificate – Nepean FC (FFA number 82463142)
As a Player
- In Egypt, I played in a Division 3 Football Club for over 22 years.
- In Switzerland, I played in Geneva community club and and Deutsche Bank in a corporate league.
- In Australia, I played at North Rocks Club All age team in season 16/17 in PL2.
I have always been passionate about football in whole life as a player and as a coach. When I used to play at my club in Egypt I was always participating in the higher age group level. As a coach I would say that I was promoted to become a lead coach in less than 5 months period and nowadays part of my job is training new coaches.
For kids age 3 - 7 the sessions will vary but mainly I run a 45 min session once a week. The session includes 4 games: warm up game, penalty shootout or games includes kicking the balls then ball skills then another game for dribbling and finish with a match or free play on the goals. The most important thing for the kids is to learn the skills and have FUN.
For kids age 8 - 13, all my session plans are consistent with
the FFA National Curriculum and are set out in the format “Skill Introduction, Skill Training, Skill Game”. Training sessions
focus on one core skill each week. I run a 60 min session twice a week, the sessions focuses on soccer foundations skills "first touch" , "running with the ball/dribbling" , “striking the ball” and “1v1”.