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Talent identification in youth soccer

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(2012). Talent identification in youth soccer. Journal of Sports Sciences: Vol. 30, Identifying and developing elite soccer players, pp. 1719-1726. doi: 10.1080/02640414.2012.731515
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Study reveals Neymar plays football without even thinking

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Japanese scientists have discovered that Brazil and Barcelona star Neymar uses 10 percent less cerebral function as he makes football decisions, indicating that his performance is driven by instinct

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The World Cup Reminds Us That All The World's A Soccer Field - NPR

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The global reach of soccer never ceases to amaze me. I travel all over the world, sometimes to incredibly remote areas.

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Small Ball Training with Brasilian Futebols — Brasillian Futbol

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Small Ball Training with Brasilian Futebols. December 23, 2013 by Brasilian Futebol Leave a Comment · Brasilian Futebol Soccer Training Ball · Game Play With the Brasilian Futebol ...
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Young talents: Hachim Mastour

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Arrived from AC Reggiana for € 850k when he was only 14 years old (yes, 14), Hachim Mastour is one of the biggest talent of Italy U16 and Milan Youth. Hachim Mastour is only 16 years old – he was born in June 1998 – but he’s been one of the best prospect of the Italian soccer for a couple of years. He arrived to AC Milan from AC Reggiana (a small team that takes part in the Italian third division) for € 850k (almost $ 1M) when he was 14 years old, so Adriano Galliani made a big investment on this young boy and you can see the reason of this expensive move in the following video. Hachim is a natural dribbler. Or a juggler. Or a magician, you choose. Anyway, if you think he’s only 16 years old it’s impressive to see what he can do with the ball. But why isn’t he already playing in Serie A if he’s really that good? It’s mostly a physical issue. Hachim is still not ready to compete at the pro level against strong and rough defenders. Pippo and his staff know that it could be dangerous for his career sending him on the field, especially in a physical league like Serie A where defenders don’t care about being “clean” on tackles. So it’s important to let Hachim work on his body patiently since he already has the skills to play in Serie A. Then it’s a tactical question. Mastour is a midfielder/forward who prefers playing in a central position, he’s not a winger even if their trying to make him play on the left like El Shaarawy. He doesn’t fit to the 4-3-3 module with the false 9 – the famous “falso nueve” system – that wouldn’t allow him to play at center behind the strikers, but he’s the perfect player for a 4-2-3-1 formation or for the nostalgic (do you remember when we used to win the Champions League with Carlo Ancelotti on the bench?) “Christmas tree” module 4-3-2-1. For these reasons probably we won’t see a lot of Hachim Mastour this season, so I think you’ll enjoy another highlight video, but this time together with Neymar Jr. Anyway, even if he will not play in Serie A this season (maybe he will find some minutes lately in the season) he’s going to play in Viareggio with the youth team and he’ll have the possibility to show his abilities and make some experience in a difficult tournament, even though it’s a youth competition. I see Hachim in a red & black uniform in the near future for many reasons but it’s not his time yet, we have to be patient and let him grow. http://www.newzwolf.com/sports/young-talents-hachim-mastour/


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30 Top Social Media Monitoring Tools You Need to Try

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Social media monitoring tools are essential business elements that every business should do in running their day to day activities. These tools are of great significance as they help in identifying customer’s response, data analysis and coming up with business marketing strategies. Here are 30 top social media monitoring tools that you need to try as a social media manager, marketing manager or even as a project manager....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 25, 2014 12:44 AM

Very useful list of social media tools to choose from.

Michael J Rutherford's curator insight, July 25, 2014 11:22 AM

Most social networks are connecting us with family, friends and business associates. As we move into a new paradigm using social networks for thought leadership and professional development we will use it more naturally for performance improvement - benefits will begin to change "how we learn & teach in education" and "practice in our communities" using business networks. 

Janet Vasil's curator insight, July 25, 2014 2:24 PM

Great list to keep handy.  What Gets Measured Gets Managed!

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Rule changes in soccer require injured goalkeepers to leave game - HighSchoolOT

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Kevin Rhash (25) watches the ball. T.C. Roberson High School vs. Sanderson High School for the NCHSAA Men's 4A Soccer championship.
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