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Barty 12:02 Thu Jun 17
My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
What do you think are the most important things for kids to practice from 6 - 12 to help them become proper footballers?

The reason I ask is I´ve got a 6 year old son who loves football, when he comes home from training he demands to keep playing in the garden at home or in the local public football pitch!

So how can I help him to improve properly?

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bruuuno 2:40 Sun Jun 20
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Fifth Column 12:56 Thu Jun 17

Interesting story. In terms of how many kids actually go on to play as pros maybe his cautious choice was a wise one? Perhaps he had dodgy knees or something

Nutsin 4:42 Sat Jun 19
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Yes, that was me.

ornchurch ammer 9:16 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
I played a couple of years at APTA.

If I remember correctly didn’t you have a player whose nickname was Tank?

Keep dreaming 9:10 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Barty
Just be happy that your son loves playing, and keep wanting to play. The more he plays around the more he learns.
At his age its most important to gain ball control and just keep playing without to much coaching.
Coerver ball Mastery drills can be helpful.

goose 9:03 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Did you actually read the rules you pillock?

No goalkeepers
No referee
No slide tackles
No free kicks

You think that’s a competitive game?

Keep going please

Nutsin 8:57 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Goose,

Here you go silly nuts this is my last post on the matter.

https://ayso.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=856008

The rules on 6u football at AYSO.

Nutsin 7:56 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Actually River hawks did want me, but I wanted to stay with my mates at Cowley.

You are right about the gobby mums on the sideline though. I know exactly who u r talking about haha

Who did u play for?

ornchurch ammer 7:42 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
If you weren’t a district player River Hawks didn’t want you.

Cowley Boys were the team who had all the gobby mums on the touch line every week 😂

goose 7:27 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Hilarious you trying to lecture on kids football over here and you don’t even know what age they play at!

Still waiting for a proper shooting practice for U6 from you btw.

Also love that you invented a story of youth football to give you some kind of credibility.

Go cry to your mates about how you’re being bullied online because yo think Fornals isn’t a natural footballer.

Please carry on, I’m really enjoying it.

Nutsin 7:25 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Hey Ornchurch,
No I played for Cowley Boys Club in Forest Gate.
Peanuts, Schaefer and Tibbs all played for Riverhawks though. They always beat us.
Terry O’Neil, Danny Young and a few others from River hawks played for Newham though.
They were good!

ornchurch ammer 7:12 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Nutsin - did you play for River Hawks as well?

Nutsin 7:08 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
What are u talking about who said anything about 6 a side?

My kids played AYSO Here in Mission Viejo, you are dead wrong, again!


Go on I’ll let you have last word you boring cunt!

Sun is up and I’m heading down to Killarneys Irish pub in Huntington Beach to watch the game. Place will be packed with ex pats, gonna go have a bit of a knees up, u can carry on being the Lil keyboard warrior, trying to impress us all on your superior football knowledge. Ag Ag Ag Ag Ag!

goose 6:51 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Nice try to cover up!

They don’t play competitive games until 7 genius. Even then it’s 5 a side not 6.

Nutsin 6:48 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
I was born in 1966at u14, so we are talking 1979/80..... Look up London Borough of Newham football. I’m sure there is something out there about what we did.

We beat Dagenham 4-0 at the Ford ground in Dagenham in one final and we beat Barking 3-1 in the other final at Terence McMillan.

Barking went 1-0 up was actually a good team.

Nothing imaginary about what I wrote. They play u6 on small pitches out here in the states. They play games here. Just as well they don’t where you are, it would get embarrassing for the poor kids.

goose 6:42 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Haha what a load of pathetic nonsense you just posted. I couldn’t give a fuck which imaginary teams you think you played for.
So:

1. If you knew anything about kids football you’d know they don’t play competitive matches at development level. Clearly you have no clue.

2. I’ve played at a higher level than you. Gutted?

Nutsin 6:19 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
As I said Fornals has the legs and lungs and has an uncanny knack of getting into scoring positions, but he is not a natural football player. His touch and ball distribution has improved under Moyes but he still has a way to go.

FYI. I was on the book as a schoolboy u15 and U16 for Spurs and I played for Leytonstone and Ilford and Cheshunt. The manager John Ward left Leytonstone and Ilford and took me with him to Cheshunt. I was spotted playing for Newham u14. I played with Jimmy Tibbs jr, Graeme Rouse (Peanuts) GK and Danny Schaefer, some on here might know them. We won the crisp and finch shield(London and Essex cup) we went 14-0 never lost a game.
Which is why we were scouted. We played at Terence McMillan stadium for our home games.

The scout from Spurs his name was Mel Gibson brother of Terry Gibson, he would some times get a ride with us in Mels car. Keith Burkinshaw was the manager and we played our games at Cheshunt Spurs training ground,So I’ve been properly coached. I started playing u9.

I have 2 sons both played football as young boys, for AYSO. Coaches there have to be licensed every both coaches my boys had coached them on having fun and the excitement of scoring goals. So yes, they were taught to shoot at a young age, younger than 8.

It is obviously coaches choice on how they teach kids and what they prioritize which is why some teams are better than others.

If I have a shit I’d ask how well your team is doing, my guess is they get beat all the time because you end up with a zero at the end of each game, No doubt you’ll tell us all that your are Bill Shankly and your u6 team is Liverpool.

goose 5:48 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
saying someone needs coaching does not mean they "arent a natural footballer".
anyone semi-pro and above is 100% blessed with a natural ability, if you ever played with someone who's been paid to play you'd see that.
a semi-pro footballer will easily be the best footballer you've ever played with.

so to say a Spanish U21 player whos played in La Liga for one of the best teams "isn't a natural footballer" is just plain retarded.

all the drills you put up i reckon less than 1% is anything close to shooting so that should tell you everything.
so yeh - not even in the top 20 things we do.

Irish Hammer 5:45 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
Makes sure you do everything you can to ensure he loves playing and enjoys it very much. After that encourage and kick a ball back and forth with him yourself. Have him use right foot and left foot for short passes back and forth with yourself.

It’s fun. That’s what drew us all to football.

Nutsin 5:44 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
“Nasty Bully” no silly cunt!

Every player needs coaching, some more than others, please don’t tell me you think Fornals will be as good a ball player as Trevor Brooking. If Fornals spent every day for the rest of his life racticing dribbling and passing he still wouldn't come anywhere near as good as Brooking. As for his finishing, Nothing needs to be said there, we all know how horrible he is. Suffice to say Fornals has room for improvement, more so than others.


You still sticking with top 20 silly nuts?

Alwaysaniron 5:40 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
6 years old you say!

Get him to continually kick a ball with BOTH feet against a wall. Do that until he is 8. Then look for a local team. In between doing that, take him fishing, and build lego with him and read to him. That'll do the job

goose 5:36 Fri Jun 18
Re: My 6 year old son loves playing football, how can I help him improve properly?
6 year olds do not have the power or motor skills to learn to "shoot at the bottom corner" thats why nobody does it at age.
shooting to them is kicking it

Nice try to cover up your previous nonsense as well.

you think trevor brooking didnt need coaching? lol
"not a natural footballer" but played for Spain at pretty much every level.

i see you didnt read what i posted about Lingard then.

probably still had tears in your eyes because the nasty bully laughed at your nonsense.

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