Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series Volume 5 is now available featuring coaching sessions written by:
- Defending like José Mourinho’s Real Madrid
- Learning to stop crosses like Alan Pardew’s Newcastle players
- Being more clinical in front of goal – with help from Steve Clarke
- Working on their fast passing with advice from Chris Hughton
- Learning from Tony Pulis how to attack throws more effectively
- AND training in the same way as David Moyes’s Everton squad
You need to get Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series Volume 5 TODAY!
Dear Soccer Coach,
The fifth volume of Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series is now available. This is the first time that sessions from the likes of Mourinho, Pardew, Moyes, Hughton and Pulis have ever been offered together for coaches like you.
All of the sessions, originally published in Elite Soccer magazine, are written by professional coaches.
If you enjoyed the previous volumes of Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series, then make sure that you add volume 5 to your collection for further insight from the best coaches in the world.
What do I get?
- 36 professional coaching sessions from some of the biggest names in world soccer – keep reading for a complete list of the coaches featured
- Easy to follow, step-by-step explanations and color illustrations showing you exactly what to do to recreate professional coaching sessions with your team
- An easy-to-use index that helps you identify the best session to solve your specific coaching problem
- A huge variety of sessions to keep your coaching fresh. You’ll get sessions on attacking, defending, midfield and team play and methodology.
Over 36 hours of professional coaching sessions
Each comprehensive coaching session lasts around an hour – just like the pros themselves do.
So with Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series Volume 5 in your library you’ve got over 36 hours of professional coaching sessions to choose from. It’s the variety and authority that you and your players demand from your coaching sessions.
José Mourinho’s special session
The lead session in Volume 5 comes from legendary Real Madrid manager José Mourinho. Here is José’s overview of his session in his own words:
José Mourinho‘s session is developed in 8 diagrams looking at facets of defending including defensive areas, depth control and when to press.
A unique insight into David Moyes’s methodology
David Moyes’s contribution to this volume is a unique look at his methodology. This is unlike any other session contained in previous volumes. It gives you a blueprint for setting up a coaching session, allowing you as the coach to work on different areas of your team’s play in a small area.
David’s methodology is developed over 5 pages and includes the opportunity for you to download unlimited numbers of free session planning templates.
The 36 sessions contained in Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series Volume 5 are detailed below. Where clubs are listed, this is the coach’s club at the time of writing their session for Elite Soccer.
|Steve Clarke||West Bromwich Albion||Penalty box session|
|Neale Cooper||Hartlepool United||Timing of runs for crosses|
|Martin Allen||Gillingham||Forward play in and around the box|
|Carl Fletcher||Plymouth Argyle||Attacking movement for your no.10|
|Terry Brown||LMA Ambassador||The end product|
|Lee Johnson||LMA Ambassador||The art of pinning|
|Steve Cooper||Liverpool||Movement in the final third|
|Paul Stephenson||LMA Ambassador||Improving attacking overloads|
|Gary Rowett||Burton Albion||Switching play|
|David Moyes||Everton||Segmented training spaces|
|Midfield and Full-Team Sessions|
|Chris Hughton||Norwich City||Fast passing affecting change of play|
|Tony Mowbray||Middlesbrough||Playing and receiving through the lines|
|Karl Robinson||MK Dons||Pressing|
|Graham Turner||Shrewsbury Town||Movement and rotation|
|Dean Holdsworth||Aldershot Town||Support and changing places|
|Micky Mellon||Fleetwood Town||Small-sided games|
|Tommy Wilson||Rangers||4-2-3-1 alternatives|
|Iain Brunskill||Blackburn Rovers||Passing functions|
|Kevin Thelwell||Wolves||Developing build-up play through quick passing|
|Graham Mitchell||LMA Ambassador||Breaking lines in the attacking half|
|Kevin Blackwell||LMA Ambassador||Pressing as a unit|
|Simon Hollyhead||Malmö||Tactical, physical and technical
|Ian Baraclough||Sligo Rovers||Midfield rotation, forward play|
|José Mourinho||Real Madrid||Defensive organization|
|Alan Pardew||Newcastle United||Defending crosses|
|Dean Smith||Walsall||Match-specific defending|
|Uwe Rosler||Brentford||Defending techniques|
|Neal Ardley||AFC Wimbledon||Defending principles in units|
|Darren Sarll||Stevenage||Creating overloads in defence|
|Jimmy Bell||Rochdale||Defending shapes|
|Anthony Hudson||Bahrain Under-23s||Defending shape|
|Dylan Kerr||Khatoco Khanhhoa||Defending the box in the final third|
|Tony Pulis||Stoke City||Attacking throws in the final third|
|Paul Hart||Charlton Athletic||Zonal marking from corners|
|Kevin Nicholson||Exeter City||Free-kick routines|
|Graham Westley||Preston North End||Defending set plays|
Available in a format to suit you
These professional practice plans are available in print format or as PDFs.
If you are the kind of coach who wants a complete catalogue of professional coaching sessions, order the print format and take it to every training session – you’ll always have a session you can use to coach a particular skill or match scenario. Or perhaps you like to plan ahead and pick out individual sessions for a training exercise; in that case the PDF format will be perfect for you.
It’s more than just big name managers
The big names appearing in these books make them unique. But if the best manager in the world gave you a session plan that you couldn’t understand it would be worthless.
That’s why we’ve spent so much time making sure you can understand every word – even if English isn’t your first language!
We also invest in the best quality illustrations going. Hi-resolution and full colour, there are no x’s or o’s in sight.
Take a look at this session from Elite Soccer to see exactly what we’ve done to make our sessions as easy to use as possible.
Session overview - The manager tells you what the session is about, why they use it, and often when they will use it (“We do this on a Tuesday”). They also try to relate it to a passage of play you might have seen on tv or could find on the internet to see the pay-off in a match.
Set-up - Tells you what you’ll need to run the session. But don’t worry, the sessions in Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series don’t require any specialist equipment. Cones, bibs, goals and balls are pretty much all you’ll ever need.
Getting started - Tells you everything you need to know to get the session going.
The coach - Never heard of the coach providing the session? Find out about his coaching history. Be confident that you can trust the sessions from these high profile managers and coaches.
Progression - Explains how you can move the session on and adapt it. Every team has different requirements, make the session work for yours by increasing or decreasing the difficulty.
Match situations - Even the professionals like to end the training session with a game. This part makes sure your end game is reinforcing the session’s key points.
Technical/tactical considerations - Analyse what your players are doing well, and where there is room for improvement. The managers give you the main things to look out for.
Diagrams - The clearly laid out diagrams in Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series enable you to easily visualise the sequence of movements involved in each drill.
Key - Is that a pass or a player run? Avoid any confusion with an explanation of the graphics used on the diagrams, making even complicated learning scenarios easy to follow. You’d be amazed how many coaching books miss this vital element that makes the sessions so much easier to understand.
Despite the popularity of Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series, we have kept the book at just $47 in PDF format, $50 in print format or you can get both formats for just $53!
Who else can offer you coaching sessions written by Mourinho, Pardew, Moyes, Clarke, Hughton, Pulis, and more for around $1 a session?
And there are no hidden charges – no postage, no administration fees, no credit card fees – the price you see is the price you pay.
Think about everything else you spend to put your training sessions on. $47 is just a drop in the ocean but it can add more value to your sessions and produce more results for your team than any other coaching resource.
My 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee
I’m so confident that Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series is the best resource out there that it comes with my no-risk, 100% satisfaction guarantee. Buy Volume 5 today and if you don’t agree that the sessions are fantastic or you don’t see any improvement in your players after using them I’ll refund you every penny of your purchase – no questions asked.
Order today for the following:
- 36 professional coaching plans
- 8 sessions written by current or former Premier League managers
- Huge selection of tactics and techniques
- Plans and practices written by the manager himself
- No observed sessions or recycled content
- All sessions delivered at professional clubs
- At–a–glance session overview
- High definition illustrations
- Step–by–step instructions
- Tactical and technical explanations
- Your choice of print or PDF format
- Secure payment by credit card or PayPal
When it comes down to it what Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series Volume 5 does is win more games.
These sessions have all been published in Elite Soccer within the last few months – meaning you are getting sessions that are being used on the training grounds of the Premier League and La Liga right now.
The best coaches say these are the best sessions available now – and those coaches have got to the top for a reason. Order now.
Yours in soccer,
Publisher, Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series
PS – Elite Soccer: The Collectors’ Series is not available anywhere else. The sooner you order the sooner you benefit, so why wait! There is no risk and you will get match–winning advice at the click of a button…