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Hello and welcome to the pride of Tulsa soccer training podcast or we offer the best when it comes to Tulsa soccer lessons. This podcast is brought to you by Pride If you want more information about who we are and what services we have to offer. Give us a call today at 918-701-0983 we are Tulsa’s, only soccer training, podcast, and we are the number one program when it comes to personal soccer, training, Tulsa soccer lessons and overall soccer player development, and this podcast soccer coach and personal trainer O’Neill bent, is going to Share his wisdom and insight when it comes to the game of soccer and Tulsa soccer, lessons O’Neill is the founder and CEO of Pride soccer training and he is committed to changing the game when it comes to personal soccer, training and soccer player. Development pride of Tulsa soccer training mission is simple. Their goal is to help soccer players systematically grow and progressively develop in both character and soccer. Skill. Pride of Tulsa soccer training help soccer players achieve their personal goals so that they can win both on the pitch and in everyday life. This is episode 82, entitled playing time versus position that we got coach O’Neal here today, and I know right before we start it. You were saying I really got to dive into this topic. It’S a good thing that you see you’ve seen over many years of coaching and giving you know Tulsa soccer lessons tell us what you have for us today when it comes to playing time versus position. This hits at home really hard recently because our son Jackson, he was concerned with his position and where he’s playing, how he wants to be, you know, maybe a striker or whatever, and I’m saying Tim Jackson, you play your position. You play with your coach, put you and you do the best you can at it, and I recently saw this weekend was a wonderful situation just got to see one of the best games. I’Ve seen him play he’s been doing. A lot of training he’s been working on his shooting. His dribbling is passing and working on his entire game for several months and he recently scored a hat-trick and he scored 2 goals from playing defense and one goal from playing up top and he got a lot of minutes. A lot of playing time. And the funny thing is his playing time.

The majority of his playing time came from playing in defense and the got a little bit more that little time playing up top. But the thing that I’m happiest about is that he’s getting a lot of playing time, because in that playing time, he’s allowed to develop his skills he’s allowed to to play against very talented and skillful players, the opposition. He is also the play with his talented and skillful teammates, and so that gives him more time more experience on the field more time to work on his game is moves his dribbling passing chopping. His decision making and also work on his mindset is he being positive, and so the biggest thing I can find right now when a player parents, you know they talk to me about well, should my son be on this team or what position are playing one of The biggest things like I ask for is how much playing time are they getting, and you know if they’re getting a good amount of time at least half to 75 % of the game, then they are developing at a steady Pace if they’re only getting a quarter. Half to a quarter of the game, Tulsa Soccer training then that’s a problem and not getting out of time out there playing. So you have to make sure that you’re on a team to where you can actually get a lot of time, so you can develop as a player out there on the field. So I find that that is the number one when the number one things outside of training that you can look at is how much game time is your child getting, and it’s very important that they’re getting a significant amount, so they can develop over a long period Of time and position-wise position at a early age is not the most important thing, it’s actually very good for them to get a lot of different scenarios, different positions that they play in exposure exposure. So they can understand the the overall, the the big picture of the game. Who does what in what position? Because it helps tremendously. For instance, if you are playing Midfield left mid – and you know the outside back is dribbling forward with the ball. You know that you might need to cut into give them space to do before door. You might get wide and in deep, so they can play ball to you if they’re under pressure. So you have to be able to understand. What’S going on around you and by playing many positions it helps. It also helps to to play certain positions over a period of time so that you get familiarity with it and you can progress in that area too. But the number one thing: how much time are you getting out there on the field? And you know I think, that’s the biggest.

I have too many times I’ve seen parents go out there and they’re on the number one team, but their kids getting 25 % of the game time and that’s not enough to be out there on the team and it doesn’t matter if you’re on a winning team. If you don’t get to play it’s it’s a huge problem that I see you are winning can be put in front of development, and we have to make sure that we understand that winning is a byproduct of development. If we have better technical ability, better skill were able to do win more games and be more successful on the field. So – and it was wonderful to get to see that this weekend with my son playing where he actually did the most with his minutes, he played the positions he was asked to play. He got rewarded and was able to laptop for a while and scored in that position to so he showed that no matter where you put him he’s going to work hard, no matter where you put him he’s going to use this. The skills required for that position and he’s an overall, well-rounded player and and that’s to me, is success in development. Seeing that he is well-rounded, he has a strong mental, a strong mind set to where he will overcome obstacles. He will also be very disciplined. He will play his role, will play his position. He’Ll do what the coach asks him to do because many times as a coach, you have to ask a player to play a position where you know hey I’m. It may not be the best position for him, but it’s the best position for the team and he does a great job or she does a great job and feeling that role. So you have players that sometimes have to fill rolls because there’s no one else. That can do that role other than them. So two player that comes to mind as a Dutch player from the eighties and nineties name, an inventor very well-rounded player. He could play center mid outside and then you can play outside back he’s a very just, a very well-rounded Technical and tactical player, and he knows exactly where to be in all positions on the field or newer to be with in every position on the field and That to me was a spectacular, see, a player that can do that. So once again, I just think that playing time has to be put before position and Position will eventually come out in the long run. So the great thing I guess about what you do at pride of soccer training, part of Tulsa soccer training – is just helping soccer players. You know increase their playing time because they’re able to you know growing increase their soccer skills. I know we each have just a minute or so before we need to wrap up, but help us understand how you can help with that.

I know you said you know if your child is on the best team, but they’re not getting any playing time. That’S not! The best Danario for your soccer player, that’s not going to help them develop and grow, and you want them to be developing and growing long-term, so they can have a career that leads to results that fulfill the goal, whether it’s more playing time or college scholarship. You know if I’m listening today and I’m wondering man my child, I die. I need more playing time. I want to get that for them. What it, what can you offer me at pride of Tulsa soccer training, and what do I need to do for you, Technical Training, for your kid to develop their dribbling they’re, passing their shooting they’re heading in even their decision-making on the ball? And so, when you come to us, we work on that wholeheartedly for your kids, so that they can develop confidence in their ability to control the ball. And if you come to us your first training session, just so it’s a no-brainer you come in. You tried out make sure it’s a good fit and then we go from there. So we want to thank you for joining us and listening. I almost choked there, but I recovered where the only Chelsea soccer training podcast and we are the best when it comes to Tulsa soccer. Lessons, like Odell, said you can try it out for a dollar and all of our members love it and they immediately sign up for a membership and a package. So we want to invite you to learn more about us get started like we said earlier. Our goal is to fully develop every soccer player because we give them the absolute best when it comes to Tulsa soccer. Lessons at pride of Tulsa soccer training are Tulsa soccer. Lessons help players become more technically sound, incredibly strong on the soccer pitch. So if you want to learn more about Pride soccer training, please visit our website Pride or you can give us a call today, at 918-701-0983, at pride of Tulsa soccer training, we teach both character and soccer skill and, if you’re willing to work hard and follow Ark customize Tulsa soccer lessons the results are guaranteed. Thank you so much for joining us and we’ll see you next time.