Global Premier Soccer
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Gave me opportunities to expand my horizons and take on new challenges. Had flexible hours and the management encouraged me to strive harder. Gave many avenues for learning and advancement.
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The job itself is fulfilling, you learn a lot as a coach and pick up a lot of experience dealing with others, players, parents coaches, etc. However, as a company to work for, very poor. What they say you will be paid and what you are paid can be vastly different. I was told I would be coaching in one area and then ended up somewhere completely different. This entailed paying more for the flight over which I am still paying off. Sharing a house with six other coaches is not always ideal as is sharing two cars with said six. If you end up with one or two you don't get on with it can be difficult and stressful Clothing was either not supplied, eg, wet weather clothing for a particularly rainy season or, if lucky, passed on down from other previous coaches. Management were wither obsessed with solely making money or blaming you for their mistakes. Visas for continued work could be withdrawn with no reason given. Overall, not great.
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Fulfilling coaching and improving the kids
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Poor pay, poor management
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Ridiculous way to bring coaches from outside the US in treat them like an trash ! still don't believe how a company like there exists in USA. If you want to make the most stupid mistake in your life go work for this trash company ! the supervisors , directors etc believe that they know everything in this world ! totally shame ever
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nothing is good
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everything !
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work more than you are paid for - there is no work/life balance as you work 7 days a week. do not have your own car - car share scheme with other people so either waiting to be picked up or pick up people 2 hours before you have to be in the office. DO NOT JOIN THIS COMPANY
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Mainly I had to create a weekly plan of conditioning for the youth players. I would get to the field, collect and arrange the practice at least 10 minutes before the beginning of practice. I learned a lot about responsibility and practice structure. My coworkers and manager were great. I did not find any part of my job hard, the only aspect I found a bit challenging is finding relevant yet successful fitness programs for my youth players. The most enjoyable part is seeing the work you put into the kids on the field during the game. As well as being a good influence on these youth players on and off the field.
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flexibility
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I am an International Student from England, with 5 years’ coaching experience and also playing at a D1 collegiate level, on a 4-year full scholarship, leading my team to a National Championship and receiving the First Team All American Award; I am adept in team training, strategy development, and community relations. Moreover, while my on-the-job experience has offered me a well-rounded skill set, including first-rate communication and time management abilities, I excel at: • Managing team bookings, such as hotels and flights. • Ensuring team displays respect to all opponents, officials, and facilities. • Drilling student athletes in offensive and defensive strategies. • Working with coaching staff to assess reports and opponent strategies. • Understanding rules and regulations
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