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Manchester United stars to miss Champions League match

Owen Hargreaves and Gary Neville have been left out of Manchester United's squad for their crucial Champions League clash against Aalborg on Tuesday.
England midfielder Hargreaves is struggling with a knee injury that has bothered him since his arrival from Bayern Munich last season and has been left at home for more treatment.
United captain Neville seemed to come through Saturday's win over Bolton unscathed after almost 18 months on the sidelines following major ankle surgery and several other injuries.
His absence from the trip to Denmark is yet to be explained by United and Wes Brown is likely to deputise at right-back.
Ferguson's side need a win on Tuesday after drawing their opening match against Villarreal and Dimitar Berbatov, Carlos Tevez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney are vying for the striking positions.

Simple way to become a Soccer (football) coach

Lot of people dreaming to become ultimate soccer players, but also dream of many others is to become the famous soccer coach. Read this and this and find out how to become soccer coach:

Soccer (or football) is a global sport. In fact, if you didn't know already, it's the biggest sport in the world with fanatic followings in every country and corner of the globe.
This means that you are normally in one of two situations:

- you live in a country that is passionate about the sport and everybody loves soccer.
- you live in a country where soccer is overshadowed by other sports but is growing rapidly.
The great thing is, you can succeed as a soccer coach in both types country.
For the more "soccer developed" country, there is much more competition to be a soccer coach. Everybody follows football or soccer and everyone has an opinion on it. In these countries, there are also many women who will casually have an opinion on the game or a team. This means that it can be hard to differentiate yourself as nearly everyone's knowledge comes from television, articles, newspapers etc.

You should try to read the less common information out there. There are many other books out there with great information on how to become a soccer coach. These books contain information on tactics, strategy, team selection, drills, attitude and more. These will really set you apart from your competition.

Secondly, the coaching system will be more established in your country and this is a good thing. Contact your national soccer association and find out what kind of coaching badges you can take. As soon as you get your first badge under your belt (and the first is usually really easy), then you can differentiate yourself and doors will open. Get your second badge and you will be laughing.

In less "soccer developed" countries, in fact you have a superb advantage. Even in the USA, because soccer is not part of the national psyche, your existing knowledge from just being a fan will put you in a great position. You can be seen as a higher authority than in other countries.

But I still recommend that you read as much as you can about becoming a soccer coach. Knowledge is key and the biggest football coaches in the world learn as much, if not more, than your average university professor.
Apart from reading there is also another great way to get knowledge: volunteer at your local team to become an assistant coach or help out. A lot of lower league coaches don't get much help or budgets and they will really welcome the help that you can give them. In return you can get some good experience and excellent advice from the coach.

Here are some more very useful links about how to become soccer coach and about soccer coach licensing (certification)

Also if you are in the US and you want to be soccer coach, follow those steps:
  • Step 1 to become football (soccer coach):
    Visit the official website of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) to learn the regulations for your particular state (see Resources below). The website also offers links to all the recognized certifications available, from national diplomas to regional certifications to youth or high school coaching diplomas.
  • Step 2 to become football (soccer coach):
    Play the sport. Make sure you understand the rules perfectly and have hands-on knowledge of what it involves, both in and out of the field. Either join a league or make sure you watch games regularly so it becomes second nature to you.
  • Step 3 to become football (soccer coach):
    Volunteer as a Little League soccer coach. You can do so at local clubs, churches or schools. If you are under 25, you may be able to become a sports counselor at a summer camp where soccer is taught and practiced. Experience goes a long way in youth soccer and you should be able to get your certification much quicker if you can prove that you have previous knowledge of the sport.
  • Step 4 to become football (soccer coach):
    Take the official exam offered by the NSCAA or other similar organization. Depending on what type of soccer you want to coach (youth or adult) and at what level (amateur, school, professional), there are different certifications available. Most consist of a workshop (average of 50 class hours), a written examination and a practical demonstration of certain activities and planning skills.

The Best USA Soccer Team Start

There's no question it's wildly premature to name a starting lineup for the US Men's National Team for the 2010 World Cup. Possibly insanely premature.
However, with that disclaimer out of the way, I'm going to unveil my starting 11, my ideal current lineup, my list of subs who should see ample playing time, and hopefully a compelling rationale for my picks.
Players were selected to this elite cadre based on current and past experience for the most part. Nonetheless, players who have shown incredible promise are not excluded. Ahem, cough, cough, hack, ALTIDORE, cough.
My impression of Mr. Bob "Slim" Bradley has been that he embraces offense to a slightly greater degree than Good Old Bruce "4-5-1" Arena, who was a veritable kryptonite to goal-scoring during his tenure with the National Team.
Bradley's peptalks to his strikers prior to games are probably less depressing than Arena's. I'm pretty sure Arena's talk to McBride before the US-Ghana game in 2006 went something like this:

4-5-1: "Ok, Brian, I'm going to send you up top COMPLETELY ALONE in a game we absolutely need to win. I'm going to isolate you completely and I fully expect that you will be covered by at least 2-3 Ghanian defenders at all times. We probably need two goals from you today. We're going to get this done by providing you with horrendous service into the box and pulling back our midfield to defend, even though a tie does ABSOLUTELY NO GOOD.
McBride: What?
Kryptonite: Also, we know you're a brilliant finisher and an excellent passer and are phenomenal in the air. Therefore, we're going ignore those skills and rely on great pace and dribbling skills for you to score any goals - you're just going to have to acquire those skills immediately to score the goals we absolutely need.
McBride: Can I just retire now?

Now for the lineup. In my estimation, there are approximately 75 players in the National Team players pool from which to choose. Winnowing it down to 40 players was depressingly easy. From 40 to 23 was harder. 23 to 11, very difficult.
Let's assume the formation is going to be a 4-4-2.
IN GOAL: Howard.
But, it doesn't matter. Seriously. The US has no fewer than 5 goalkeepers I'd be comfortable with - Howard, Hahnemann, Guzan, Reis, Cannon. Howard gets the edge based on experience and distribution. I think Guzan is a close second.
DEFENDERS: Bocanegra, Conrad, Gooch, Parkhurst.
I'm not crazy about this back four, but it may be the best option and I think it could be honed to excellence. I'm assuming that Gooch will, at some point, get it completely together and be there to snuff out every through ball and every attack before it starts. Or at least he might shrink down a little bit so that he won't get carded when players run into him. Parkhurst is interchangeable with several of my subs, but I give him the edge as he's an incredible talent and I haven't seen enough of Simek or Demerit to put them here. Bocanegra provides aggressive marking, generally good positioning, and can score off of set pieces. If he can avoid any mistakes and any stupid fouls, he will be very solid. Jimmy Conrad should be used to neutralize the opponent's best player by close marking.
MIDFIELDERS: Adu, Beasley, Donovan, Mapp.
Oh, I know I'm going to catch some flak for this one, even from my fellow cohort.
Sure, Mapp tends to vanish and can be lazy on defense, Adu is small, and Donovan is streaky, but these are problems that can be FIXED! I believe they can be corrected by 2010.
What I'm envisioning with these four is a speedy, creative midfield. Granted these four are certainly more suited towards offense than defense, but my dream is that the US wins games 4-2, as opposed to losing 1-0.
Donovan and Adu as dual attacking center middies could be a monster. Beasley should be a lock for the left midfield position, and Mapp on the right side has dribbling skill that's rare outside of Dempsey on the US's team.
I foresee Beasley streaking down the left side, crossing in to Donovan who attacks the defense and dishes it off to Mapp on the right side... who jukes out two defenders, gets into the box and drops it to the top of the 18 where Adu is waiting to blast it into the upper right corner.
FORWARDS: Altidore, Dempsey
"Altidore", you say? "But he's only played in two international games! Yeah? So? You want Josh Wolff on the field instead?
Altidore's good qualities are far too numerous to not field him, starting as soon as possible. He's got good pace, good skills on the ball, good finishing, he's good in the air, and he holds the ball up nicely. What else do you want? Put him on the field. Keep him on the field.
Dempsey has been fantastic as of late and his time in Fulham (providing they don't get relegated) will only increase his already considerable skills.
The US has been lacking majorly in the striker department as of late. I think Twellman and Eddie Johnson have blown too many chances at this point.
Twellman just doesn't seem to be able to get it done. Eddie Johnson can score against Panama, but he can't do anything against a good team. I hope he gets rejuvenated at Fulham, but I'm not holding my breath.
I don't think Ching should be given the boot, although he hasn't been as impressive as I'd hoped. I think Ching could work well with Landon and Dempsey feeding him passes.
SUBS: To be used liberally.
GK: Guzan.
Does anyone ever need two goalkeeper subs? Doesn't that seem... wasteful?
Defenders: Simek, Pearce, Spector, Wynne
I expect Pearce, Wynne, and Simek to see the most action of this bunch. Simek has great potential and could provide the US with good runs out of the back.
Midfielders: Feilhaber, Ricardo Clark, Mastroeni (just in case we ever need an ill-timed red card), Szetela, Bradley (because you just know he's making the team, merited or not), Edu
I like this supporting cast a good bit. Clark and Feilhaber are more or less interchangeable - although Clark is better at kicking Carlos Ruiz. Mastroeni can either play really well or really poorly - I'm hoping for really well. Szetela has a bright future and Edu's future is even brighter.
Forwards: Ching, and... the shocker of the bunch - Nate Jaqua.
Frankly, I'm hoping other options will emerge by then, but as of today, I like either of these guys as a target man.

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After long time I am back again, to continue writing about our favorite subject: usa soccer.
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