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  1. A touch of Barcelona magic in Southern Ontario. It’s the FC Barcelona influence that makes a Summer Soccer Camp mid-July so special. It’s five days of intense training with professional coaches from the club which today is rated the best in the world. And exposure to Barcelona scouts always on the lookout for that special local player. The CSL’s York Region Shooters are staging the camp, being hosted at the St. Joan of Arc field at Maple, just north of Toronto from July 9 to 13. It’s all put together by Barcelona-based Soccer Services with the five-day program designed by the same coaches and technical directors that have helped the famous Spanish club be the team it is today. They now take it globally. Famous FC Barcelona players Carles Puyol and Xavi Hernandez are mentored by Soccer Services coaches and officially endorse the company. Soccer Services director Joan Vila is current FC Barcelona methodology director, and co-directors David Hernandez and Carles Romagosa are also consultants to the famous club. David Fernandez is the principal coach here to help players be fitter, technically better equipped and simply be better players. The fee for the five days of a highly concentrated program from Monday, July 9 to Friday, July 13, 9 am to 3 pm, is $450. Players registering for the 5-day Summer Soccer Camp should go to Player2Pro Sports website www.player2prosports.com and click ONLINE REGISTRATION While here for the first time visit, a Soccer Services Coaches Clinic is being held Friday July 13th, from 6 pm to 9pm, at Trio Sportsplex, 601 Cityview Blvd, Vaughan, ON (meet and greet to follow in the Trio Sports Pub) and Saturday July 14th, from 9 am to noon, at St. Joan of Arc Field, 1 St. Joan of Arc Avenue, Maple ON. Cost of Clinic is $60 for both days. Coaches registering for the Coaches Clinic should go to Player2Pro Sports website www.player2prosports.com and click ONLINE REGISTRATION For more information, the Summer Soccer Camp or the Soccer Services Coaches Clinic, contact: Anita Kovacevic info@yorkregionshooters.com 416 805-9698 www.yorkregionshooters.com
  2. Soccer Scouting Camp July 3rd to 7th with Dinamo Zagreb Croatia Professional Youth Academy GNK-Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) hosts the first training and identification camp for youth boys (U7 to U17) to be held in Toronto. Camp participants will have the opportunity to experience new training styles, the chance to meet Youth Academy Coaches and potentially earn an invitation for an official trial with the Dinamo Youth Academy in Croatia. LOCATION: Grass fields beside Esther Shiner Stadium - 5720 Bathurst St, North York, ON 8:00am- 10:00 am U7 and U8 - Hydro Field 7 (half) U9 and U-10 -- Hydro Field 7(half) 10:00am -- 12:00pm U11 and U12 -- Hydro Field 7(half) U13 and U14 -- Hydro Field 7(half) 12:00pm- 2:00pm U15, U16 -- Hydro Field 7 (half) U17 and up -- Hydro Field 7 (half) Cost for 5 day camp- $150 The cost per player is $150 ( team with 10 and more players $125 per player) for 5 sessions (each day one session -- 2 hours). Each player will receive a Dinamo camp T- Shirt. Also, the camp will award the best players for each age group, from the GNK Dinamo Academy Coaches. The camp will be supervised by the GNK Dinamo Youth Academy Director: Romeo Jozak, M. Sc. (UEFA Technical Instructor, UEFA PRO License, Chairman of Croatian Football Federation Technical Committee) and run by GNK DINAMO Youth Academy coaches with minimum UEFA "A" license and professionally playing experience. Also Goalkeeper coaching will be available. Register online at: www.player2prosports.com Call Anita Kovacevic at 416-805-9698 for more information
  3. Barcelona coaches will be holding an elite soccer camp for players of all ages at the York Region Shooters home field located at St. Joan of Arc School, 1 St. Joan of Arc Avenue, from July 9th to 13th. Week long camp from 9 am to 3 pm will include player training, analysis, and scouting opportunities for teams and clubs in Barcelona, including FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol. If you are looking for the next level in soccer, both as a male or female soccer player, then here is your best opportunity!! This is the first time in Canada that coaches of this calibre will be holding a camp for Canadian players. See here for the Soccer Services brochure: http://www.slideshare.net/anitakov/soccer-services-presentation-2012 Here are the videos of Sam Medeiros, our company representative for Canada, with Soccer Services Coaches in Barcelona: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv-MIhAj8dM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MDfhS7Iquk&feature=relmfu Here is a video of a camp that Joan Vila, FC Barcelona methodology director and director of Soccer Services, hosted: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8FKpsCRV_k&feature=relmfu Cost of camp is $450. Register online at http://www.player2prosports.com Call 416-805-9698 for more information. Spaces are limited! Register today!!
  4. York Region Shooters of the Canadian Soccer League is hosting an Elite Summer Soccer Camp with coaches from Barcelona, Spain. July 9th to 13th in Maple, Ontario, close to Canada's Wonderland. From 9am to 3pm St. Joan of Arc Field 1, St. Joan of Arc Avenue Maple ON Coaches will also be scouting for Barcelona teams and academies. Price for 5 day camp: 450$ everything included, full player kit, snacks and beverages, prizes Scouting option only, 75$ per day. For more information Anita Kovacevic info@yorkregionshooters.com 416-805-9698 Also see our website: http://thewaytoexcellence.webs.com/soccer-camps
  5. The Shooters get Danny Karbassiyoon. Who is Danny Karbassiyoon? Danny Karbassiyoon joined Arsenal in August 2003. His first taste of first-team action came in a Carling Cup match against Manchester City where he scored in his debut match. Knee injuries cut his playing career short, but he certainly has not left football, or Arsenal behind. Danny is now serving as the Club's North American scout. Danny talks about his playing days with Arsenal and about being a professional scout in North America (from USA.ARSENAL.COM edited version). Danny, How did you come about playing for Arsenal? I was lucky enough to be seen at the adidas ESP camp in the summer of 2002. I'd been waitlisted for the camp and was lucky to get in. Coach was Paul Mariner. I'd never had someone coach me with so much playing experience. It was a pleasure being there. He must have had connections because after two days he made a call to Arsenal's Chief Scout who flew out to North Carolina to watch me. How do you look back on your time playing for the Club? I have really fond memories of playing for Arsenal. I obviously knew how big of a club it was when I was there, but you don't really appreciate everything until you’re on the outside looking back in. Your debut with the first team was the stuff dreams are made of. Can you describe that? Even though it took a whole year and several months for me to be involved in a proper first team fixture, I never stopped working hard in training. How far has soccer in North America come since you were playing in the youth leagues? Soccer has grown massively since I left in 2003. The US Federation has now implemented a new Academy system, which aims to improve the overall quality and standard of our country's youth players. It doesn't take a genius to see that more and more players are leaving to go away. What qualities are you looking for when you scout? If you watch Arsenal's first team play, you can see exactly what I'm looking for when I go watch games. The Boss is always looking for players that are technically gifted as well as intelligent. If a player lacks proper technique, he will probably find it very difficult. All 11 players expect one another to be able to keep the ball, and it's very easy to get found out if you don't possess the tools to do so. It is very important that players are in top shape. Size isn't a dealbreaker (look at Arshavin - he terrorizes the Premier League and is shorter than I am!), but all the players are expected to give 150% every game. Would you say there are any differences between American players and European players? I think European players are generally just hungrier. Soccer in our country isn't very cheap to play with all the traveling and club fees, and is often looked upon as an upper class sport. That isn't really the case in Europe and the rest of the world. A lot of players leave school early which means their education may not be the best. They know they have to make it because many don't have anything to fall back on. This gives a lot of the players that 'do-or-die' mentality. What kind of support do young players receive as they develop in the Arsenal Academy system?The young players at Arsenal receive a lot of support from the coaching staff as they develop. The atmosphere around the training ground creates a positive and natural form of competition that makes everyone work that much harder. Soccer aside, the kids are able to continue their schooling as long as they want as long as soccer is the priority. The Club makes sure that the players are ready for almost any situation, on and off the field. What advice do you have for young players in the USA who have aspirations of playing in Europe? My advice comes in three pieces: 1. Practice, practice, practice. Then practice again. The best pros focus on the basics every day. If you can't pass a ball from a to b, being able to juggle balls won't help anything. 2. You never know who is watching, so play every game as if every scout in the world is at your game to watch you. 3. Dream. I used to think about playing in big stadiums every day. It excited me and motivated me. If you aspire to play at the top level, then I'm sure it'll excite you. When it does excite you, you'll be a lot more inclined to restart the cycle and go back to number 1: Practice. Shooters Academy International ID Scouting Camp SHOOTER ACADEMY PLAYERS $250 NON-SHOOTER ACADEMY PLAYERS $500 (for players born 1993 and younger) ID Camp April 14-15 (re Arsenal’s Danny Karbassiyoon ) Players: Send us your email and player profile ASAP . Coaches - Clubs $$ incentives offered on any player signed! Send us your best players to ID CAMP FOR MORE INFORMATION, EMAIL INFO@YORKREGIONSHOOTERS.COM WWW.YORKREGIONSHOOTERS.COM
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