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Welcome to the pride of tulsa soccer training, where we offer the best tools, resources in tips when it comes to tulsa soccer camps. This podcast is brought to you by pride tulsa.Com. What else is only soccer training podcast and we are tulsa’s number one program when it comes to personal soccer, training, tulsa soccer camps and soccer player development. In this podcast soccer, coach and personal soccer trainer on the old band is going to share his insight and wisdom when it comes to overall, the overall game of soccer and tulsa soccer camps, cost of the founder and ceo of pride soccer training he’s my husband, jack’s daddy, and his wholeheartedly focused on and committed to elevating the game when it comes to personal soccer, training, soccer lessons and overall soccer player, developmentpride of tulsa soccer training mission is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively develop in both character and soccer. Skill training help soccer players just like you achieve their personal goals, so they can win both on the pitch and in everyday life, to learn more about pride of tulsa soccer training and to get started on your first soccer training session. Give us a call today at 918-701-0983 or visit our website. Pride tulsa.Comtoday’s episode is about a unique quality called versatility. I can remember growing up and playing. You know, left-wing I think I start off playing out there and cuz I was predominately left-footed and I had you know, played several years going up, and you know, after going from recreational to competitive soccer, the game got harder and it was harder because there were so many players that were strong and gifted and I had to raise and elevate. My game I had to practice more and I can remember not making my first try out and how that impacted me in a positive way, because I recognized right away, I wasn’t as good as those players that made the team, and so I want to make the next team that I tried out for so I practiced and i. Remember juggling and working on my skill and when I went to my second try out you just a few weeks later, I made mymy team can shadow mountain and baby blue and white, and also baby blue and navy, and it was fun that I had their things that I I learn to do as soon as I start to get older and I had to shop for different teams. Is that I wanted to make sure that I got a lot of playing time? And so one of the things that happened to me it is i, was playing for one of my my coaches, and he always plays me on the way. I was always. You know. I got a good amount of playing time. I got about half of the game, and so I remember complain to my dad that I wanted to play more and I didn’t want to sit the bench and he was like well and so I said, okay and he said he’ll do just what you need to do. You need to go in there and you need to talk to him and tell him hey. You know coach I want toas much as I can on the field. I want to get a full game and I’m willing to play more than just left wing I’ll play left-back to if that’s a possibility and that way I can get a full game. So I went in there and told my coach exactly what my father. That said, you know how he guided me through it, and my coach said:okay, I’ll do it, then I was like all right and so I remember at that moment for half I would play as a left-wing when you’re and then for a second back to learn how to operate in both positions and I could do it throughout the game. I could switch positions and it wouldn’t even affect me, like i. Just got so used to be able to play in multiple positions and I really enjoyed it, and it taught me a lot to that. You know. Sometimes you may not get a full game, and so you have to figure out as a player. What are you going to do to fix thatespecially the youth player? In talking to my coach and developing my skills, you know I continue to work on my skills, but I also is willing to play a different position. So when I went to college, the similar things happened there to where I ended up playing as a winger at first and I got hurt and it was not the easiest injuries to come back from, but once I did, I got back to the start line up again and I was playing and I got her twice once in the beginning of freshman year and then to my freshman year. So I had to come back twice and the second come back. I just thought. You know what let me play left-back and so I started play left back and just kind of fell into it. Naturally, then I ended up over at oral roberts university and the coach there had different plans. For me, you want to play me. I’m at the time is like a stopper or center defensive midfielderand. So I had to adjust again and are learned how to fill in gaps, how to win balls off of players and start the counter-attack. How to support the players in the attack and because I had to experience that left-wing, because I had experience at left-back and because I trained hard and because I watch the game I was able to translate all the things that I knew into playing defensive, center mid and arguably it could be my best position of all the ones that I played, but I love the fact that I learn to be versatile to speak, that on a hard lover, there was a player named aaron vinter from base kit for 1988 or so all the way to 1998 play for holland.

He played for also I x, last ceo and international milan and sparta rotterdam sokayaks. But this player was one of my favorite players to watch grown up and I identified with him right away and i. Remember when my my buddy danny depauw gave me a dvd or actually I like the time it was a vhs cassette. I should have said. Give me a vhs cassette to watch and i. Remember, seeing him play for ix and eminem beating to reno, and he was just a very good player, a solid, very consistent. He could pass you could try if you could shoot, he could dribble when he needed to, he can do it all and that he and another plane and brian are you I loved as well. They were both very talented on the wings and so I’m here watching aaron venture throughout the years, and he would play sometimes in the midfield, sometimes in a defense, sometimes in the just depend on what the team needed any could fulfill any role and because several capsi think I got like 70 for cab somewhere on there for his country and at one point he was the most capped player for holland and I attribute that be cut to him being very versatile.. He was always a player that was in the running to be make the team because he could play anywhere. He was that that one guy that, if they needed something he could do it and I think nowadays is important not to lose sight of being versatile. I know what items we concentrate on, just being one one type of position:mastering one one roll. But if you can master multiple roles, you can actually have many spots on a team and when you go to college or you go pro or you get on the stronger team for your club, whatever the case is there maybe players that are just as strong, if not stronger than you in positions, and you have to learn to adapt. You can also give yourself that much more of a chanceplaying if you’re, adaptable and I’m versatile. So it’s it’s amazing to see when a player can change positions and change roles and do different things. It’s very very to me, as a coach is very attractive to see because I know, if I put that player in, they can handle anything I throw at them and they can fulfill spots that we don’t have so I just think. It’s really important for all players to learn to be versatile to learn to embrace change and in doing so they solidify their spot on a teamset for today. Just want to thank you all for listening and thank you for joining us and on today’s podcast about tulsa soccer camps and soccer training at pride of tulsa soccer training. We strive to fully develop every soccer player by giving them the absolute best when it comes to tulsa soccer camps are pride of tulsa soccer training hour at pride of tulsa soccer training. Our tulsa soccer camps help soccer players become a technically sound and creatively strong force on the pitch. If you want to learn more about pride soccer training, please visit our website pride tulsa.Com or give us a call. Today at 918-701-0983 we teach character, confidence and soccer skills and if you’re willing to work hard and follow our customized tulsa soccer camps, we can get. You results guaranteed thankso much for joining us until next time.