Where Do i get this Coach Handbag??
hi, i am in search of a coach bag. Here is a pic link.
I really like this bag and wanted to know where to get it because it was not on the coach website. Please help me
Look coach up on ebay, then it will bring you to all the bags. Find the same one and it will tell you the name- like mine is the coach “soho” bag. Then go from there, I bought mine from ebay but if you don’t have an account than you can just find the name and find it elsewhere based on the name.
The name is COLORFUL SIGNATURE PATCH WORK COACH HANDBAG, and there is one ending soon on ebay. Good Luck!
A question for the experienced youth soccer coach.?
Hi, I am a novice u9/10/11/12 coach. All age ranges on my rec team. I have kids who have never played before and kids who are very experienced and competetive. First game was today. Personality clash with my asst coach. Nothing unusual I’m sure.
My question is do I get them assigned to permanent posistions now. (by observing and looking for strengths) or mix it up every game? Focusing on experience over winning. We are rec, but first place trophy awarded after season. I do want them to be competetive so they stand a chance at travel try outs, but I am in the “mix it up” school of thought,(mainly because of the inexperienced kids), My asst is in the “stricktly positions assigned” school of thought. I’m trying to get her to find the gray area and find compromise. But she gives me the “she’s been coaching for four years speach” and tells me she knows what’s she’s doing. (then goes on to to teach me a bunch of stuff I already know but I can’t tell her because I can’t get a word in edgeways). I respect her experience, I really do. She also yells at the kids a lot during the game. I may be a novice, but I’m trying to get them to enjoy the game and figure things out for themselves.
Personality clashes do happen. Not always, but they happen. Often coaches and assistant coaches are competitive and that competitiveness can lead to “competition” between each other.
As for your specific situation, it sounds like you are in an unusual position. Players usually do not start “specializing” in positions until early in U12 in competitive leagues and late in U12 in rec leagues (which is where it sounds like you currently stand).
My advice to you is to mix it up (even for the older ones).
Let players try all the positions (many may be reluctant to try goal keeper, but if possible, get them all to try that as well). Remind your assistant coach that practice is one thing but game situations are another. You want to see who can do what in game conditions. How can you assign them to their best positions otherwise?
You may notice that certain players are much stronger at certain positions. It is ok to play those players MORE at their better positions, but you still want to let the kids get a chance to learn all the positions. For example, my daughter was or leading scorer in U10 for AYSO. She averaged more than 2 goals a game! However, turns out she’s a better defender. On her club team, she plays almost exclusively D.
Should you want to win? Yes. Will things go more smoothly if you do win? Yes. But in the long run, the kids will appreciate you more and become better players if they learn several positions and develop well-rounded skills. Once they are older and their strengths and weaknesses are more obvious, and their body-types are set; then they can start specializing. Remember the point of starting sports young is to develop as a player and a person, and to have fun!
As for the yelling aspect, the questions is does she yell AT the kids or does she yell TO the kids? I personally do not see a problem with yelling TO the kids – that is speaking loud enough so as to be heard by players. However, if she is yelling At the kids – screaming and belittling them – that is inappropriate.
As for my qualifications, I coached AYSO and club soccer for several years (let’s just put it this way – more than your assistant coach’s 4 years). I am, at this moment, wearing a t-shirt representing a championship my club team won in a tournament with teams from at least 6 states – I have a very winning record, but I have also coached a last place season. I have learned a lot of what works and what doesn’t. Beyond that, I have a soccer coaching/training website http://discoversoccer.blogspot.com and you can see the qualifications that Yahoo has given me. So if experience is the question, I’ve got some.
Does anyone know which collection this Coach bag is in?
Does anyone know which collection this Coach bag is in? —> http://justjaredjr.buzznet.com/photo-gallery/376408/miley-cyrus-leopard-dress-02/
And can you give me the link to it on the Coach website? Thanks!
Well, that’s a chanel bag. And there is thousands of dollars difference between coach and chanel.
But if you want coach’s website, it’s coach.com
Soccer coach tips,…. ?
ok i am a soccer coach for u-14, team,, and i was wondering if anyone knew a good websites, for soccer drills, tips, conditioning drills, goalie drills or any tips,from any soccer experts,,like, recently me team has lost two games but its due to lack of communication, and goalie skills and more improvement on my midfielders,, any tipss
Im not a coach but here are some websites the coach told me to look at
and this one you have to download it http://www.soccer-drill.com/
Help with a coach purse?
Okay, well i was in the store and i saw this BEAUTIFUL bag , it was yellow and white thick stripes. It said coach on it. I was wondering if anyone knew anything about it? Its not a very detailed description but i was looking everywhere for it and i cant find it! Maybe its a knock-off?
Pleasee help :[
If it isn’t on the Coach website, there is a chance it was a knock off. Check the website of the store you saw the bag. It might be there. I got a pair of Coach sneakers at Macy’s, and I never found them online. So maybe the bag is just not online.
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