kids, teenagers, adults
All mid-field and attacking positions.
More About Me
I had a youth coaching license back in Dec 2004 from Football Federation Australia. Coach id: 4015017. I completed the course with 'Advance Pass' however my license expired end of 2008 and I didn't go back to renew it. Feedback from parents of players I coach say my coaching style is unique and exceptionally effective compared to other coaches their kids have trained with.
At 18 I became a professional player in a first division team called Ankaragucu in Turkey. I was transferred to 2nd and 3rd division teams in the following years.
Being a centre mid field player in my professional career I have really good technique and excellent touch on the ball. My utmost skill is in dribbling the ball in any direction. My focus is to teach the player the best way in positioning their body to correctly move the ball while keeping in mind the importance of stepping correctly as they dribble.
A typical session would be like:
- Initially warming up and stretches.
- I will assess the skill level of the player.
- working with player to improve first touch and teaching how to keep the ball in motion away from opponent.
- dribbling in many variations with speed while in control of the ball.
- any other specific areas you would like to be coached with can be arranged.
I'm fairly confident with what and how I coach. The experience will amaze the player when they put into practice what they have learned on the field. I rarely see coaches teaching the skills I have learned in my career.
If you want to learn just the fundamentals of football and waste a lot of money the player should sign up for a soccer camp. What I do is go beyond that to teach the player to play like a pro or at least see a significant difference if they are not up to that level.
Yes football is a fun sport and we're out there to learn and have alot of fun but if you're coached well then it will be even more fun playing this great game.
Go to the following links to see me in action playing this wonderful sport: