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An Amazon #1 Best-Seller! Named the #1 Soccer Book by Named a Top 5 Book of the Year by the NSCAA Soccer Journal! Soccer iQ is the first book for soccer PLAYERS! In a world saturated with books about how to coach soccer, Dan Blank finally gives players a book on how to think it. Standing on two decades of collegiate coaching experience, Blank has catalogued soccer’s most common mistakes and provides simple, connect-the-dots solutions to help players solve their soccer problems. Soccer IQ is soccer’s first text book for players; an almanac of smarter soccer decisions intended to flatten out the learning curve. It covers everything from hunting rebounds to the value of the toe-ball; from playing in the rain to the world’s dumbest foul. Blank tells his story from the familiar and humorous voice of a coach who has endured years of stress at the hands of his players. Written in plain-spoken language, Soccer IQ is an easy read and a quick-fix to the most common yet critically important soccer problems. Includes a bonus chapter on the college recruiting process. “Finally someone wrote this book! If every soccer player read Soccer IQ, every coach would be a lot happier.” Mark Francis – Head Coach University of Kansas “Dan Blank has just written soccer’s first definitive text book.” Colin Carmichael – Head Coach Oklahoma State University “This book has immediately become required reading for my team. I’ll take 30 copies.” Steve Nugent – Head Coach UNC-Greensboro “Soccer IQ may the best practical soccer book I have ever read. There’s no fluff. Just nuts and bolts principles that we teach every day. It’ll solve a lot of your soccer problems.” Steve Holeman – Head Coach University of Georgia

Biographie de l'auteur

Dan Blank has been coaching college soccer for over twenty years and served most recently as associate head coach at the University of Georgia. He is the first coach in Southeastern Conference history to lead the conference’s best defense in consecutive years at different universities (Ole Miss 2009, Georgia 2010). He has an ‘A’ License from the USSF and an Advanced National Diploma from the NSCAA. He has also authored Soccer iQ Vol. 2, Every Thing Your Coach Never Told You Because You’re a Girl, Shutout Pizza, Possession as well as several other books. You can buy his books and read his blog at

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Si vous vous intéressez au foot depuis longtemps, le contenu du livre n'est rien d'autre que des d'évidences footballistiques.

Je mets 3 étoiles car il avec ses courts chapitres plutôt bien écrits, il serait parfait pour expliquer aux jeunes ce qu'il faut et ne pas faire.

Une gène dans l'écriture, l'utilisation fréquente du féminin "she/her" montre que le football est aux États-Unis un sport féminin et d'enfants avant tout.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Soccer IQ 10 janvier 2013
Par msmelton - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I am an assistant coach for an NCAA Division I women's program and also coach a boys' high school team during the winter. I bought and read Soccer iQ toward the end of the college season and decided it would be a good idea to get our high school booster club to buy copies for the varsity team. I gave them copies just before the Christmas break, assigned them to read the entire book, and told them there would be a quiz when we reconvened. Based on the quizzes I know that almost all of my players did their homework, and based on what they've said, they enjoyed the reading and got a lot out of it.

As our season winds down, here are my thoughts on this book and how it has affected our team.

For starters, at some point during the season, we've dealt with every one of the chapters. Whether it was the impossible pass or throw-ins or the toe poke, at some point or another each chapter was applicable to my team. The material in this book is very relevant and it's presented in a simple and direct way that makes it easy to remember.

My core group of players have really gained a lot out of it. I can see how the things they picked up from reading are being applied during our practices and games, which is really cool to see. But my favorite story is this one, which I've also shared with the author:

A few days ago we were heavy underdogs in our district final game. We were playing a much more talented team from a much bigger school, but we went up 2-0 on them by the middle of the first half. Shortly after our second goal, a player of mine was sent off, so we would have to play the rest of the game 10 v 11. At half-time we still led, but the score was now 2-1.

As I was trailing the players over to the spot on the field where we were going to have our halftime talk, I was trying to sort out the thoughts in my head as to what I would say to them. But then a bunch of them started saying, "Chapter 50, right, Coach? Chapter 50!" At first I had no idea what they were talking about and then one of them said, "The chapter about clock management." Then I realized they were talking about Soccer iQ. Chapter 50 is entitled Clock Management With The Lead and it provides strategies for shortening the game.

My boys are not savvy soccer players. We don't live in a soccer area and I doubt this town has produced a single college soccer player. Most of the guys on my team only play 3 months a year and I doubt any of them have ever watched a game of soccer on TV. But they had done their homework and they had remembered what they read and they went out and killed off the second half better than any high school or college team I've ever seen. It was almost surreal to watch how they milked seconds off of every single restart like they had been doing it their whole lives. They applied all of the strategies in that chapter and held on for a 2-1 win and a district championship. It's really crazy to think that one chapter (three pages) of a book had such a dramatic effect on the outcome of a playoff game.

The other big benefit I've come to realize is that because Soccer iQ has addressed so many of the `small' things, it has freed me up to focus on more big picture topics. And when I need to make a correction, a lot of those corrections have been discussed in the book so there's a quicker sense of understanding from the players.

Soccer iQ is a fantastic book for players and coaches, and it's a steal at the asking price. As I told the author, we are winning games because of this book, and that's about the best review I think anyone could hope for.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Soccer Patterns of Play for the Individual 9 octobre 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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This book is well written and contains practical soccer best practices for a player. The author breaks down common tactical situations and provides meaningful advice for them. These situations might be described as patterns of play at the individual level. I recommend this book to players at a U13 level or higher.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Every coach needs this book! 4 mai 2013
Par Lisa Wilson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I've been coaching for many years both Boys and Girls teams. As a coach I always feel that there is something else I should have pointed out to my players, but lacked the insight and or words to convey it to my players. I feel that Dan has touched on many of the "Soccer Problems" that occur in a game but are never addressed by the coach. In each chapter you will find a common soccer problem addressed and dealt with with insight and humor! Like the other reviews I too plan on getting this book for each of my assistant coaches and players. Thanks for taking the time to write this book Dan.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic book for soccer players! 30 mai 2015
Par M. Forrest - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A really good book. Lots of common sense advice. I read the book and gave it to my ten year old son. He loves it! He has been asking me questions to clarify some of the pointers but generally understands most of the concepts. I really like that the chapters are short and concise. My favorite is the one on using the "toe kick" with a reference to a YouTube video that brings the point home. A must for soccer players young and old.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book for players and coaches 22 juillet 2013
Par Don Hutchinson - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A really great read. Each concept is broken down in a very short and understandable way for players and coaches. I coach girls and it's nice to have a book written from that perspective.
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