S: My Soccer Team
FC: My Service Learning Project | By Andrea Stone
1: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS SEASON | I knew that our team really came together when we played the Hurricanes. They were a great team and number one in the league. Our goalkeeper, Jenny, made a last minute save that allowed us to win the game.
2: The Falcons | (YEAR) | Steve Smith, Coach | I had a great time coaching with Mr. Smith. He knows a lot about kids and soccer.
3: BRADY | O'CONNOR | ROCKIES - FIRST BASE | 21 | (FIRST NAME) | (LAST NAME) | (TEAM - POSITION) | (#) | These were a few of the kids that I worked with a lot.
4: 126 | 126 | 3 | Since we certainly want our parents to be cheering (and not coaching) from the sidelines, here are some of our best soccer phrases to help you sound like you hold a Professional “A” Fans badge (no such thing existsbut anyway). You’ll note that all of these phrases are reactionary to something that happened and not instructional in what should be happening. This is the distinct difference between cheering and coaching from the sidelines: Wow! That was an awesome through ball Well played, (insert player name here)! That was an excellently flighted ball. Bravo! | My Coaching Philosophy
5: Amazing! That was a perfectly weighted ball! Great teamwork, (insert team name)! Avoid sounding like an idiot by removing these sayings from your soccer vocabulary: Boom it! Kick it! Pass! RUUUUUNNNNNNNN! Score!! Just wait until the ninth inning! What are some of your favorite sayings – both smart and ridiculously dumb?
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