Can a coach learn on the job so to speak?
Define competitive soccer?
Is he getting the job done? Do you think that your daughter could be better and it's him holding her back?
Just to say that they haven't played IMHO doesn't disqualify them as a good coach. And if you aren't if they ever played before how do you know that it was competitive soccer?
Not trying to start a fight but comment thats aren't real don't add value, If you were to say my coach doesn't work both side of the ball and my daughter isn't get that training or my daughter isn't getting enough touches on the ball, he doesn't teach skills spends to much time scrimmaging, stuff like that then we can work on the but just to say that "I don't know if he ever played" so he can't get the job done doesn't work, what is it he isn't doing?
BTW how's your team looking?
WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK
That is the best idea on this blog! I would vote 100% for this idea. I would like to see someone else train my girls team a few nights. But our coach thinks he knows everything. Guy has never played competitive soccer in his life, not even sure he has played any soccer. Let's go LMSA make it happen.