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Re: Dutch coaching courses end up as win-win for T&T football.
« Reply #60 on: June 22, 2007, 09:38:52 PM »
Lincon Phillips makin strides despite the TTFF
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Re: Dutch coaching courses end up as win-win for T&T football.
« Reply #61 on: June 23, 2007, 08:36:52 PM »
Lincoln again! man know wha he doing! Holland just win the euro u-21 tournament again. playing ah 4-4-2 instead of their traditional 4-3-3. so even more props to their coach and his methods!
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Re: Dutch coaching courses end up as win-win for T&T football.
« Reply #62 on: June 24, 2007, 05:07:35 AM »
Ian Clauzel ? A blast from de past !!!! .........good to see him involved.

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TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #63 on: June 26, 2007, 06:36:19 PM »
TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
By: Shaun Fuentes (TTFF).
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The recent initiative involving the hosting of the three part Coaching symposium by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation with the Dutch KNVB Academy has signaled the beginning of a coaching exchange program between both organizations.
This was the revelation coming from TTFF technical director Lincoln Phillips as he reflected on the symposiums which took place last month under the full patronage of the local governing body.
Out of large number of local coaches who participated in the symposiums, two of them, Jefferson George and Reynold Carrington were offered the opportunity to attend further coaching courses in Holland.
“In the very near future opportunities will be opened for T&T coaches, not only to attend courses/symposiums, but also for our professional coaches to visit with their Dutch counterparts in coaching as well as team exchange programs,” Phillips told TTFF Media.
The Technical Director is currently also engaging in discussions regarding special courses for the coaches of the Pro and Super Leagues during the off season.

The T&TFF/KNVB License Courses - will provide a logical progression to those coaches who have been successful on the D level courses. These courses (C, B and A Level courses) will be conducted by the KNVB in collaboration with the T&TFF Technical Department.
Phillips, who gave credit to Special Adviser Jack Warner as well as the Sportt Company for its support in the recent venture, explained that: In 2007- the C License will be taught by instructors from the KNVB; In 2008- the C license will be taught by all local coaches of the T&TFF National Coaching Staff as the instructors of the KNVB conduct the B license;  In 2009- the T&T local Staff coaches will conduct the C and B level courses as the KNVB instructors conduct the A license and In 2010- the local coaches will be coaching all three national courses at the C, B, and A levels.

The Trinidad & Tobago Football Coaches Association (TTFCA) - which is due to come on stream within one month is poised to develop into a vibrant organization designed to meet the needs of Trinidad & Tobago coaches. All members of the TTFCA will be entitled to attend coaching courses subsidized by the T&TFF and the Sports Company of T&T at a drastically reduced fee. In addition, Coaches Association members will have access to the T&TFF national film library consisting of well over three hundred books and coaching DVD’s on all aspects of the game. It is envisioned in the very near future that the T&TFCA will be responsible for submitting names of coaches for national selection to the T&TFF.
The administrators of the Trinidad & Tobago Football Coaches Association will reach out to Coaches Associations worldwide to share best practices for developing coaches, players and management. Contact has already been made with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the Black Soccer Coaches Committee (BSCC)…..this association is falls under the umbrella of the NSCAA.
In addition, the T&TFCA will honour coaches, volunteers, administrators and players for their contribution in football on an annual basis.

Specialized Coaching Workshops - will be conducted in areas such as Sports Management, Sports Medicine, Nutrition, Football Fitness, Goalkeeping, Life skills and how to Choose the Right University (for football scholarships: location, style of coaching, nationality of coaches, size of classes etc).
All licensed coaches will be strongly encouraged to attend these specialized workshops as part of their continuing education program. In this way the TTFF’s certified coaches will always remain current with the up to date methods of coaching.

Note - The Royal Dutch Academy (KNVB) was chosen by the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation to work in conjunction with the T&T Technical Department in developing and improving the coaching methods of coaches working with individuals at all levels of participation.  Nico Labohm a KVNB Instructor out of Holland and Kenneth Juliens – KNVB Instructor from Surinam were the instructors for the course.
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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #64 on: June 26, 2007, 07:29:36 PM »
I guess this equals no progress.
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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #65 on: June 26, 2007, 09:23:12 PM »
The Trinidad & Tobago Football Coaches Association (TTFCA) - which is due to come on stream within one month is poised to develop into a vibrant organization designed to meet the needs of Trinidad & Tobago coaches. All members of the TTFCA will be entitled to attend coaching courses subsidized by the T&TFF and the Sports Company of T&T at a drastically reduced fee. In addition, Coaches Association members will have access to the T&TFF national film library consisting of well over three hundred books and coaching DVD’s on all aspects of the game. It is envisioned in the very near future that the T&TFCA will be responsible for submitting names of coaches for national selection to the T&TFF.
The administrators of the Trinidad & Tobago Football Coaches Association will reach out to Coaches Associations worldwide to share best practices for developing coaches, players and management. Contact has already been made with the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and the Black Soccer Coaches Committee (BSCC)…..this association is falls under the umbrella of the NSCAA.
In addition, the T&TFCA will honour coaches, volunteers, administrators and players for their contribution in football on an annual basis.

Is this an independent organization or a wing of the TTFF? If they can talk to the TTFCA why not FPATT?

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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #66 on: June 27, 2007, 10:40:21 AM »
Man these things mean absolutely nothing anymore. Two months from now we will lose all record of this 'agreement' and ttff will come up with some excuse as to why it fell through.
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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #67 on: June 27, 2007, 11:04:12 AM »
Lets see. It would be nice if it works out. It killing to see so much mothers in New York have coaching license, and me loud mouth friend in T&T have nothing to show. Just finish my E license(U10 to U14) and at least half the class was soccer moms. Some Coaching materials are free at :

http://www.usyouthsoccer.org/index.php?s=&url_channel_id=6&url_article_id=884&change_well_id=2
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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #68 on: June 27, 2007, 11:20:41 AM »
Where can the dates for this year's coaching courses be found?

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Re: TTFF sets up coaching exchange program with Dutch Academy.
« Reply #69 on: June 27, 2007, 03:46:15 PM »
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FIFA football marketing course in T&T
« Reply #70 on: September 19, 2007, 01:59:49 PM »
Botswana: BFA Hosts Fifa Marketing Course
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19 September 2007

A three-day FIFA course started in Gaborone yesterday to train participants in football marketing and communications.

The course under the aegis of the Botswana Football Association (BFA) is conducted by 'Ian' Riley and Mark Gleeson.
 
Botswana is among three countries that will benefit from the FIFA course. Others are Sri Lanka and Trinidad and Tobago. Gleeson said the course will furnish the participants with the necessary knowledge in football marketing and communications, which are very essential in the modern game. He stated that FIFA spends over $120 million a year on courses alone. He added that Botswana football has improved a lot in recent years as exemplified by the performance of the national teams. "Botswana has improved a lot in football as you are only three points away from qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations. The Under-23 side has also performed well by beating Tunisia, who are the powers of African football to get in to the last phase of the Olympic qualifiers," he said.

Football Development Appeal (FODA) chairperson, Esther Kanaimba said that she is appreciative of the opportunity provided and commended FIFA's efforts in sponsoring the course. "I understand this is one of FIFA's many development projects aimed at developing football administrators in fields such as administration, marketing, communications, coaching, refereeing, sports medicine and finance. We should not only participate actively but also get as much information as possible so that we become fully equipped to promote football," she said. She added that Batswana love football and what they need are those with skills to impart information to them, to make them active participants in sport not just as spectators. She urged the course participants to convince both young and old women to become active supporters of football clubs in their villages.

She told the participants that at the end of the course, they are expected to have acquired basic skills to market and promote football with little dependence on the BFA head office. "With this FIFA-sponsored training, the overall aim of enhancing our professionalism in football will no longer be just an ideal but a reality with volunteers such as yourselves having skills to drive the popularity of football to greater heights," she said.

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Re: FIFA football marketing course in T&T
« Reply #71 on: September 19, 2007, 02:03:07 PM »
This is a joke, TTFF and football marketing should be on the topic" HOW NOT TO PROMOTE LOCAL FOOTBALL!"

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Re: FIFA football marketing course in T&T
« Reply #72 on: September 19, 2007, 03:53:20 PM »
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FIFA Goalkeeping course takes place from Thursday at COE.
« Reply #73 on: November 02, 2007, 04:58:51 PM »
FIFA goalkeeping course takes place.
...Thursday at COE.
By: Shaun Fuentes (CFU).
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Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation technical director Lincoln Phillips will be the lead instructor at a FIFA Goalkeepers Instructors course including participants from throughout the CONCACAF region starting at the Dr Joao Havelange Centre of  Excellence on Thursday.
Phillip will have American Skip Thorpe as his assistant for the four-day course. Thorpe is currently the goalkeeping coach for the Wake Forest University Women’s program and has also worked with several American goalkeepers. The T&T participants in this course include Ross Russell, Jefferson Goerge, both national team coaches, as well as  Garvin Gardner and Nathalie Noel. Also coming as a participant is former Costa Rican 1990 World Cup team goalkeeper Luis Gabelo Conejo Jiménez.
Phillips became the first FIFA goalkeeper coach in 1996 which he said came about with his deep involvement with the development of goalkeeping in the United States and the input of CONCACAF President Jack Warner who welcomed Phillips’ hope to establish proper goalkeeping courses.
“Mr Warner asked me to set up a series of goalkeeping courses in the CONCACAF. I visited 12 countries , mainly in the CFU (T&T, Grenada, St. Vincent, Dominica, Belize, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St Kitts, Panama, Bermuda and Barbados). The three day goalkeeping seminars were well received by all and a request was made to continue the courses,” Phillips said.
“Five years later we now have this 5 day course as requested by the candidates. The objective of the course is to develop instructors.”
Under the direction of Warner, a pilot program for the development of goalkeeping was initiated in February 1996. Phillips, a FIFA staff instructor was selected to conduct the pilot program which involved seminars throughout the CFU.
Based on the success of these seminars, a proposal to host a week long goalkeeping course was met with strong approval at a FIFA meeting in November 1997. On April 30, 1998, the first CONCACAF/FIFA Goalkeeping Course was conducted as part of the grand opening of the Joao Havelange Center of Excellence. The course ran for seven days and was well received by all the participants.
The feedback from the course participants suggested that another goalkeeping seminar, one for Goalkeeper coaches only, be conducted in the very near future to ensure the continuity of the goalkeeping education program. Unfortunately, it took over 4 years to get this course off the ground. On May 24-26, 2002, the long awaited course for Goalkeeper Coaches was finally launched at the Center of Excellence in Trinidad. At the end of the course the participants were given an assignment to present a proposal for the development of a national goalkeeping program in their respective countries.
“It is very important that the powers that be understand the importance of goalkeeping and the role their performances play is winning matches. The continuation of goalkeeping education programs must become a priority throughout the region. The formation of Goalkeeping Directors and staff for CONCACAF and CFU need to be formed in order to ensure continuity of goalkeeping programs within the region. In addition, discussions with other confederations regarding goalkeeping development must be initiated to ensure that our coaches are on the cutting edge of goalkeeping development,” Phillips added.

Goals of the Workshop
To improve the quality of goalkeeping in the CFU and CONCACAF region.
To increase the number of quality goalkeeper coaches throughout the Caribbean.
To bring the standard of goalkeeping on par with that of the top CONCACAF countries.
To ensure that all national teams (male and female) have experienced and certified goalkeeper coaches.

Objectives of the Workshop
To provide the candidates with the modern methods of coaching goalkeepers….at all levels of participation. To provide candidates with ideas on how to instruct goalkeeper coaches, especially senior goalkeepers coming to the end of their careers.
To provide candidates with enough practical field coaching opportunities to ensure that they all have a sound understanding of the coaching methods taught at the course.

Justification of Program
“There is more parity in football on the world cup level than ever before. This was evidenced by the outstanding performances of the T&T football team against power houses like Sweden, England and Paraguay. Outstanding goalkeeping performances were undoubtedly a main factor in T&T’s success in the World Cup finals in Germany. The message implied here is that if any of our CFU or CONCACAF countries expect to compete favorably on the World Cup stage, their goalkeepers must consistently produce outstanding performances between the uprights. This Goalkeeping Course will provide pertinent information that will enable candidates to improve the goalkeeping coaches in their respective countries which in turn will improve the caliber of goalkeepers coming out of this region.” Philips added
 
Program - The course curriculum will include the following:
 
Goalkeeping Technique:[/b]
Fielding low and waist-high shots
Catching
Jumping to catch high balls
Diving
Deflecting
Punching

Distribution:
Kicking and throwing
Foot skills

Goalkeeping Tactics:
Ready position – Proper balanced stance prior to shot
Angle play
Breakaways - 6 one v one situations
Mastering crosses
Understanding restarts – Free kicks, corners, throw-ins and penalty kicks

Goalkeeping Conditioning:
Agility – change of direction, getting down (to ground) and up quickly
Speed – Off the mark, reflexes etc.
Explosive power- in jumping, sprinting and stopping
Psychological Dimension of Goalkeeping
Confidence
Poise
Bouncing back from mistakes/defeats
Goal-setting
Focusing
Lectures/discussions
How to develop National goalkeeping programs
Methods of screening goalkeepers on the National level
Goalkeeping shoot-out tournaments
Presentation tips- Most candidates are intensely shy or afraid when their turn comes up to present topics. Presentation tips by staff instructors and practice teaching opportunities will provide candidates with much needed confidence to be successful.
Video tapes – instructional/game footage

Examination:
Field Testing
Oral Presentation
Presentation of a national goalkeeping program
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Re: FIFA Goalkeeping course takes place from Thursday at COE.
« Reply #74 on: November 02, 2007, 07:57:11 PM »
Lincoln's book ... Soccer Goalkeeping: The Last Line of Defense, The First Line of Attack is a boss read and a great resource. Available on Amazon etc.

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Man United coaches coming for seminars.
« Reply #75 on: December 02, 2008, 05:05:25 AM »
Man United coaches coming for seminars.
By: Walter Alibey (Newsday).


A number of top international coaches from England and the Netherlands are expected to hold coaching seminars in Trinidad and Tobago later this month.

The event is the brainchild of local football coach Dion La Foucade who together with Digicel will import technical know-how from the world’s top clubs Manchester United and Ajax of Armsterdam.

The coaches are Eamon Mulvey, the Skills Development boss at Manchester United and his assistant Kevin Ward.

Ward is expected in Trinidad and Tobago December 12 and will hold a two-day coaching seminar entitled “Coach the Coaches” at the St Mary College Ground on December 13 and 14.

At a launch at the Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s yesterday La Foucade said the seminar will be open to all coaches in TT free of charge.

Ward will also run a five-day Skills Development Clinic for children between the ages of six and 18 at the same venue from December 15 to 19. The idea he said came from his observation that although we are producing extreme talent they are not being enhanced.

On December 27 and 28 the director of the Ajax Academy Jan Olde Riekerink will also host another two-day session for coaches in Trinidad at St Mary’s College Ground and also in the sister-isle of Tobago on December 29. La Foucade who recently completed a two-week coaching session at Manchester United, will be the director of the programme and told the media yesterday that he took the initiative to provide an opportunity to local coaches and players to improve themselves.

He described the seminars as a football stakeholder’s dream to interact and learn from the training staff of the world’s top clubs.

According to La Foucade, the series of seminars is costing approximately $300,000 and he thanked Digicel for coming on board with his dream. Digicel’s Public Relation’s Manager Maurita Laurent said her company jumped at the idea as it follows the recent funding of the Digicel Kick-Start series which was conducted by former England international John Barnes earlier this year.

She pointed out that the programmes are aimed at building TT’s football future and legacy. Children can register for the camp at Stephenson’s in West Mall, Long Circular Road and also at the Port-of-Spain branch at $400 per child.

The children will be given a welcome kit as well as a Certificate of Completion from the Digicel Manchester United Football Camp.

Interested coaches are required to contact La Foucade at 299-5000 for registration and details. Two hundred coaches will each be accommodated for the Manchester United and the Ajax Coaching seminars.
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Manchester duo head coaches clinic
« Reply #76 on: December 14, 2008, 12:44:00 PM »
Manchester duo head coaches clinic
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COACHING TIPS: Manchester United Youth Academy coach Eamon Mulvey, left, makes a point to local coaches during a "Coach the Coaches" seminar, organised by Dion La Foucade and sponsored by Digicel, yesterday at St Mary's College Ground, St Clair. At left in the background is La Foucade. -Photo: STEVE McPHIE

"Winning isn't everything. But striving to win is."

That was one of the main messages imparted at yesterday's Digicel/La Foucade "Coach the Coaches" seminar headed by Manchester United Youth Academy coaches Eamon Mulvey and Kevin Ward at St Mary's College Ground on Serpentine Road, St Clair.

The statement was made by Mulvey as he and Ward imparted various techniques and other knowledge involved in coaching youngsters at one of the world's most successful football clubs.

Mulvey discussed several considerations in coaching young, developing footballers between the ages of 6-12 at their first session yesterday, with close to 100 local coaches, including former national footballers Leonson Lewis and Travis Mulraine, gaining from the experience.

The Manchester duo then proceeded to the St Mary's outfield to demonstrate some of the techniques discussed in the earlier session.

During the theory session, they also showed videos of youngsters practising as they outlined the objectives of training and the skills they work on at various stages of the young footballers' development.

Mulvey explained the reason for holding the seminar-organised by local youth coach Dion La Foucade, with Digicel as primary sponsors--in Trinidad and Tobago.

"The reason we're here is to share a little of what we do back home," he told the Sunday Express yesterday. "After that, it's just a matter of what they do with what they've learned."

He added that the ensuing children's camp, which is scheduled to start tomorrow, is not about scouting players, but helping with the "grassroots", to "hopefully raise the standard of football".

"What we get out of it is being able to impart some of the things we know to the coaches, and we've learned a lot about different cultures, how to cope with the heat, and not having the same facilities. It's also good that we'll pick up little things from coaches here as we go along."

Mulvey also used Trinidad and Tobago captain Dwight Yorke as a good example for young players to model themselves after.

Yorke played at Manchester United and was a member of the 1999 squad which won the treble of the English Premiership, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League.

"Dwight's respected highly. He's talked highly of by the staff there, by the players he played with. He's just a great professional, he's also a great player, great personality."

Today is the second and final day of the coaches seminar, with emphasis on players ages 13-18.

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Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #77 on: May 09, 2009, 11:10:17 AM »
Phillips continues TTFF courses
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The T&T Football Federation’s D License course will enter its final phase at the Laventille Sports Complex tomorrow. The three-day event started yesterday and is sponsored by the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs in conjunction with the Federation.

The objective is to improve the coaching education environment throughout the country. Technical Director Lincoln Phillips believes that every child participating in football should be entitled to certified adult coaches during their development and with that in mind, the Federation is partnering with clubs, associations and corporations who are desirous of certifying their football coaches participating in their various community-based programs.

The D License is a 36-hour (2 week-ends including Friday evenings) coaching certification course designed specifically for individuals coaching youths 10-13 years. The curriculum is based on teaching the mechanics of proper technique: passing, receiving, dribbling, heading, shooting, tackling and goalkeeping.

The lectures cover methods of coaching (youths 10-13), care and prevention of injuries, with a focus on preventing injuries through proper coaching methods; team management; and individual and group tactics (positioning, supporting, creating space etc). The Federation’s coaching courses are open to all groups and individuals who are desirous of improving their coaching abilities. Call the T&TFF (623-7312) for more information on courses in your area.
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Re: Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #78 on: May 09, 2009, 07:12:48 PM »
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Re: Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #79 on: May 10, 2009, 04:27:23 AM »
Is he doing this fuh free or he getting ah salary now??

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Re: Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #80 on: May 10, 2009, 05:30:25 AM »
Is he doing this fuh free or he getting ah salary now??

SPORTCO was always paying he is just dat he contract was not renewed in time because d TTFF did not submit d documents in d required time frame. I sure he get d arrears of d money once d contract was back dated. JW and co just like commess. 
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Re: Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #81 on: May 10, 2009, 07:24:43 AM »
Is he doing this fuh free or he getting ah salary now??
JW and co just like commess. 

ain't that the truth!!

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Re: Phillips continues TTFF courses
« Reply #82 on: May 10, 2009, 01:55:37 PM »
Is he doing this fuh free or he getting ah salary now??
JW and co just like commess. 

ain't that the truth!!

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TTFF coach local academy
« Reply #83 on: September 22, 2009, 06:11:11 AM »
TTFF coach local academy
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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) recently conducted the newly formed ‘F’ License Coaching Course with 20 parents from the Waterloo Institute of Soccer Players (WISP) at the Waterloo Secondary School.

The course was conducted by TTFF Technical Director Lincoln Phillips and his staff and participants were given the TTFF ‘F’ License Training Manual.

Phillips held a lecture session for parents and stressed on their role as winners as the foundation for the child’s development.

Parents were advised to converse with their child’s coach on their performance and to encourage the child to compete against one’s self to improve their technique.

WISP president Stephen Bartholomew revealed that his organisation requested the programme be brought to them by the TTFF as part of their plan to support the WISP Elite Player Development Programme.

He stressed that parents must be educated in order for their child to improve.

Field training was done by coach Muhammad Isa as parents were exposed to technical drills such as warm-up exercises, passing and receiving the ball, dribbling, turning and small-sided games.

Phillips invited other coaching schools and clubs that are registered to contact the TTFF for the coaching course to be brought to them.

The course is completed in one day and is designed for parents. ‘F’ License holders will be members of the soon-to-be TT Coaches Association and will be eligible to graduate to the ‘D’ License and upwards.
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Re: TTFF coach local academy
« Reply #84 on: September 22, 2009, 06:21:42 AM »
Muhammad Isa worst than Peter Granville, see Police FC.

And finally, we hearing news on Lincoln Phillips.

Demoted to developing coaches and now parents.

What about the actual players Lincoln, you are the TD of the entire T&T football, no ?

How come you are not in Egypt with the under 20 team ? did the TTFF forgot you again like 2006 in Germany.

I find LP here in T&T to long and started of excellent when he took teams to USA on tour and just fall of the radar and nothing more from a man carring a BIG title like Technical Director. His work is very limited and he has no back bone.

I hope there is a logical explanation for this.

Where else in the world one can work twice a month and get a pay check.

Out of 5 stars, LP gets 1.5.

Another yes man who came here with great intentions but fell into Jack's web.
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Re: TTFF coach local academy
« Reply #85 on: September 22, 2009, 06:39:55 AM »
Muhammad Isa worst than Peter Granville, see Police FC.

And finally, we hearing news on Lincoln Phillips.

Demoted to developing coaches and now parents.

What about the actual players Lincoln, you are the TD of the entire T&T football, no ?

How come you are not in Egypt with the under 20 team ? did the TTFF forgot you again like 2006 in Germany.

I find LP here in T&T to long and started of excellent when he took teams to USA on tour and just fall of the radar and nothing more from a man carring a BIG title like Technical Director. His work is very limited and he has no back bone.

I hope there is a logical explanation for this.

Where else in the world one can work twice a month and get a pay check.

Out of 5 stars, LP gets 1.5.

Another yes man who came here with great intentions but fell into Jack's web.

1 star and thats just for having all those badges but he fail on application. People do to you what you allow dem to do. Lincoln stand up and be counted!
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Re: TTFF coach local academy
« Reply #86 on: September 22, 2009, 06:54:20 AM »
Dey couldn't find a better letter than F to name de licence?

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« Reply #87 on: September 22, 2009, 10:41:34 AM »
Muhammad Isa worst than Peter Granville, see Police FC.

And finally, we hearing news on Lincoln Phillips.

Demoted to developing coaches and now parents.

What about the actual players Lincoln, you are the TD of the entire T&T football, no ?

How come you are not in Egypt with the under 20 team ? did the TTFF forgot you again like 2006 in Germany.

I find LP here in T&T to long and started of excellent when he took teams to USA on tour and just fall of the radar and nothing more from a man carring a BIG title like Technical Director. His work is very limited and he has no back bone.

I hope there is a logical explanation for this.

Where else in the world one can work twice a month and get a pay check.

Out of 5 stars, LP gets 1.5.

Another yes man who came here with great intentions but fell into Jack's web.

1 star and thats just for having all those badges but he fail on application. People do to you what you allow dem to do. Lincoln stand up and be counted!

If u eh part of the solution u iz part of the problem. So LP IZ PART OF D PROBLEM.
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« Reply #88 on: September 22, 2009, 11:05:24 AM »
Just curious; how many of you went to the England fete match in P.O.S.?
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« Reply #89 on: September 22, 2009, 11:38:52 AM »
Is this topic about the above headline or about LP and Isa,may the headline is wrong.