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Whether you’re a beginning coach who needs help getting started or someone who wants to add some variety to their training sessions, the Soccer Awareness Training Center offers a wide variety of drills to choose from. Good coaches will find a variety of ways to teach their players a technique. Using different drills each day or week will keep your practices fresh and exciting - for you, your fellow coaches, and your players. Browse through various size small sided games or drills that target more specific functional team training needs. Each comes with a detailed description and photos to help ensure proper execution.
“The ultimate goal in coaching is helping each player develop his or her talents and abilities to the fullest. With this in mind, I created the Soccer Awareness philosophy of developmental coaching and training. It simply means training the mind before the body.” – Wayne Harrison
"You think the training process very well…the point after that is the way you put in practice with the players organizing a training session. The way you think and the way you make your exercises is very good.” – Jose Mourinho, Former Head Coach of Chelsea Football Club; now Head Coach of Manchester United
Wayne is available to conduct coach and athlete clinics. The programs are structured with a first Class Curriculum based on Soccer Awareness “Developing the Thinking Player.” Try us and see, Wayne's training has a proven track record at professional level that shows it works.
The “Soccer Awareness” idea originated from what I felt were the most important things to teach players. I looked beyond the technical process as that is easy to implement and wanted to get INSIDE the head of the player.
Thus the “Thinking Process” of a player became my focus, developing ways to teach an awareness of space, time, and movement, but significantly BEFORE the player received the ball. I drew from my own experience as a player knowing if I had more of this great ability I would have been a far better professional player than I was. Read More >