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It was a handsome reward for Louis van Gaals unwavering faith in 18-year-old, and Citys beleaguered defenders would surely testify that this was his best display yet. No one suffered more than Martin Demichelis. The Argentine centre-back has enjoyed a long career at the top of his profession, but age didnt so much catch up with him as run him into the ground at the Etihad Stadium. Rashford targeted the 35-year-old repeatedly until he was mercifully substituted in the 52nd minute, and never was the mismatch more obvious than for the goal. Marcus Rashford finished off a flowing Man Utd move for the winning goal Sixteen minutes had passed when Juan Mata played a one-two with Morgan Schneiderlin in midfield before sliding a pass into the feet of Rashford. The striker had plenty left to do, but he effortlessly controlled the ball with his left foot before breezing away from Demichelis feeble challenge and sending a right-footed finish beyond Citys advancing goalkeeper.Direct, incisive and clinical. It was a world away from the laboured attacking that has been typically associated with United for so much of Van Gaals tenure, and it left Demichelis in a heap on the turf as Rashford wheeled away in celebration. LVG: Rashford a real striker Louis van Gaal was full of praise for Marcus Rashford after the Manchester derby. He left him for dead, noted Jamie Carragher in the Sky Sports studio. Demichelis must have been having nightmares at half-time. Former Manchester City striker Niall Quinn was equally impressed: He had no fear. As soon as it came to him, he thought: Im going to get at him, I know I can get at him, and of course he does and he puts in a brilliant finish.The goal set the tone for what was to follow. Rashford repeatedly positioned himself the left-hand channel between Demichelis and Bacary Sagna, and the tactic nearly paid off again when he drew a clumsy foul from the Argentine which should have been rewarded with a penalty in first-half stoppage time. Martin Demichelis appeared to foul Rashford in the penalty box Well over 50 per cent of Uniteds attacking play came down the flank occupied by Rashford and Anthony Martial, and the formers movement was a constant threat to a defence robbed of first-choice centre-backs Vincent Kompany and Nicolas Otamendi.Thats intelligence, said Carragher. Thats something the manager must have spoken about before the game; that he wants him in that inside-left channel. Thats where all the problems were caused. Man Utd targeted Citys right flank with Rashford and Anthony Martial Rashford didnt see as much of the ball as Manchester City pressed for an equaliser in the second half, but his pace provided a valuable outlet on the break and it was no surprise that he clocked the highest top speed on the pitch at 34.41km per hour.And with Martial and Lingard on either side, United possessed the kind of youthful dynamism City sorely lacked in the final third. I think United will be encouraged from the way the young guys played in the first half, said Graeme Souness. It showed they had pace and imagination. Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness says Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal deserves credit after sticking with his young side against City Van Gaal was understandably delighted, and there was special praise for Uniteds new hero in his post-match interview with Sky Sports. Hes a real striker, he said. Thats why I let him stay in that position, because he can make goals but he is also an attacking point and he also runs the channels. I like him very much.Van Gaal could have added stamina to Rashfords growing list of attributes. The youngster pulled up with cramp when chasing down a long ball in the 86th minute, but in the sixth minute of stoppage time he still found the resources to sprint half the length of the pitch to win a corner. Even with cramp he could still run, said Van Gaal. I have never seen that.Rashford has now scored more goals in his first eight United appearances than either Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie or Martial. Van Gaal was quick to point out that his consistency will be tested in the weeks ahead, but it feels like there are more surprises to come.Uniteds local hero is only just getting started. 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The presidents of each provincial soccer association sat on the CSA board of directors, where they lobbied for the interests of their own provincial associations, rather than for what the country, as a whole, required. That has changed under the CSAs new governance model, where a blend of elected and appointed directors now govern the game effectively, by setting policy and direction for the game and empowering CSA staff to execute the Associations strategic objectives. Unfortunately, that governance model has not yet trickled down to the provincial associations. At the provincial and district levels, the game is still facing the same parochial challenges that have restricted soccer development for decades. Provincial boards of directors are largely comprised of district presidents, who are elected by their member clubs. Those district presidents are faced with an inherent conflict of loyalty: Do they do what is in the best interests of the game at the provincial (and by extension, the national) level, or do they do what is in the best interests of the clubs in their own district? Far too often, district loyalties trump the greater good. The result is a fractured, broken governance structure, where change rarely takes place - and when it does, it happens at a glacial pace. Despite the obvious flaws in our governance structure, there are a great many people fighting for change across the country. Standards-based leagues - the starting point for an improved player development pathway - are being introduced across Canada. While these leagues are still in their infancy, I believe that they will create a much better environment for player development than what is currently in place. The next step - and this goes back to Martin Rennies blog - is for the barriers to private enterprise to be removed. Until such time as our standards-based leagues are open to both not-for-profit community clubs and private academies, we will always fall short of our developmental potential. Without a Technical Development Plan, we will continue to go in circles From late 2010 until the summer of 2012, I served as the Technical Director of the Oakville Soccer Club, Canadas largest not-for-profit community soccer club. My first task when hired was to create the clubs technical development plan. This document is ingrained within the clubs five-year strategic plan, and serves as the clubs "technical roadmap". It is a guide to help the club achieve its technical objectives, and is a reference for every major technical decision that the club makes. When the technical leadership changes, as it did when I joined TSN, the club does not fall into disarray because it knows what its technical objectives are and how it has planned to achieve them. The next technical director simply picks up where the previous one left off. The technical development plan also provides the clubs members (parents) with a clear summary of what the club is doing - everything from lobbying for the optimal player development structure in Ontario to investing in coach education within the club. The single biggest criticism that can be levied against the Canadian Soccer Association is that it does not have (and in my opinion, has never had) a technical development plan. That a not-for-profit community club like Oakville has a publicly available plan and the CSA does not is baffling. The CSAs technical development plan needs to be prominently displayed on the CSAs website for every coach, parent and player in Canada to read. It should clearly define the Associations technical objectives and give timeframes for achieving those objectives. Ingrained within the plan should be the CSAs national curriculum, a template for player, coach and referee development in Canada. Without a national curriculum, coaches across the country are simply left to make things up as they go along – and given the poor job that we have collectively done in developing the nearly 850,000 soccer players in our country, it is fair to say that this approach is not working. The plan should contain the coach education pathway, and give an overview of how coach education is going to improve in Canada. The introduction of an assessment-based licensing course for coaching young players - a "Youth Licence" - is just one example of improvements to coach education in Canada that should be in the works. Without a plan, how are we to know where we are going? And - equally as important - how are we to judge if those in charge are taking us in the right direction? Coach education An important component of the technical development plan must be coach education. "You cant teach an old dog new tricks," is what many critics say. And while this is true to a certain extent - many youth coaches who have been "in the system" for a long time dont want to learn or change their baad habits, and will continue to place winning ahead of player development - there are many coaches across the country who are hungry to learn about progressive, innovative development ideas. Kevin Long Mets Jersey. These are the coaches upon whom we should focus our efforts. Until the introduction of standards-based leagues, all you needed to coach the best young players in Canada was a heartbeat. You only needed to acquire an attendance-based coaching certificate (where showing up for the course meant you effectively passed) to coach at the highest level of youth soccer in Canada. That simply isnt acceptable if we are to improve our ability to develop young players. Coach education in Canada is largely user-pay, whereby the coach funds the cost of their own education. We must make coach education as accessible as possible to as many coaches as possible, by reducing or eliminating the cost of these courses. Many clubs and organizations are contributing financially towards the education of their coaches, but the onus is on the CSA to restructure and reinvest in coach education across the country, as it is one of our key technical priorities. Parent education There are many excellent private soccer academies across the country but there are also many excellent not-for-profit community soccer clubs, as well. To suggest that one business model contains a better development program than the other is simply misleading. Unfortunately, the vast majority of parents cannot identify a superior player development program, because most of them have never been exposed to one. All they have been exposed to is the win-at-all-costs approach that permeates youth sports in our country. Yet parents are expected to choose a soccer program for their child, despite not knowing what it is they should be looking for. At the very least, parents should look for an organization that utilizes qualified, age-appropriate coaches. This doesnt mean that the coaches need to be full-time, salaried coaches, but it does mean that the coaches should have - at minimum - the coaching qualifications required to teach your child. This applies especially to not-for-profit community soccer clubs, who are often forced to rely on unqualified parent coaches due to the volume of players registered at the club. If a child shows promise and wishes to play competitively, parents should look for an organization that employs nationally licensed coaches. While I am the first to admit that a coaching license does not make one an excellent coach, I would argue that it does prove that a coach has demonstrated the knowledge to acquire the license, as well as a hunger for learning. In terms of choosing a soccer organization, bigger is not always better, nor is your cheapest option necessarily your best option. While some large not-for-profit community clubs have excellent development programs, managing those programs is not easy. Does the club have adequate full or part-time technical staff to meet the needs of the players? Does the club invest in coach education? Are the coaches required to continue their coach education, and does the club pick up the cost of this education? The same questions can, and should, be asked of private academies. Parents should consider the philosophy of the organization they choose. Do they promote a player-centric approach to development? By this I mean, will they move your child to the appropriate competitive level if their development merits such a move? Or do they lock your child into a "team" for an entire year, regardless of how well he or she develops over the course of that year? There are benefits and drawbacks to choosing either a not-for-profit community club or a private academy, so it is important for parents to ask questions and solicit feedback from others who have had experience with the organizations in question. Educating parents about player development is a massive obstacle to the development of the game in Canada - it is arguably our biggest hurdle. But it can be done. It simply requires time, patience and a consistent message. During my time at the Oakville Soccer Club, I experienced the obstacle of parent education first-hand. Each and every parent whose path I crossed wanted one thing and one thing only - the very best for their child. My challenge was to convince them that I, too, had their childs best interests at heart. When presented with a new method of developing young soccer players, many parents pushed back. Change is difficult for many people to accept, especially when they lack the background, education and experience within the game to understand the reasons why changes are being made. "Why should our child play 5v5? Isnt soccer supposed to be 11v11?" "When are you going to teach my kid to play a position?" "This isnt real soccer!" These are all legitimate questions from parents. They just require answers, which come through putting in the time to explain the teaching methods being used, through having the patience to understand the parents point of view and through delivering a consistent message and rationale. Eventually, parents begin to understand that a focus on individual skill development and a small-sided games approach to player development is the right way for their children to learn the game of soccer. The only evidence they need to see is the smiles on the faces of their children, who enjoy the game much more because they learn the skills they need to be successful. There are many more challenges that we must overcome if we are to put Canada on the right path to success as a soccer-playing nation. But by understanding the issues that are holding us back, we can begin to work towards removing these barriers so that the next generation has a better chance of fulfilling their soccer dreams. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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