PROJECT 10,000

“If you don’t know where you’re going, you may end up somewhere else.”
     – Yogi Berra

Talent is made, not born, here’s how
Want to be the best player YOU can be? It turns out that It’s not about who has the most competitive coach, best uniform, elite tournaments, it’s not about whose team wins state cup, it’s about the quality hours you put in, only the person can make the player. Talent is made not born, it’s cultivated.  Project 10,000 is a system to make that happen.

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The Movement is Growing

by Roger Thomas

While others are out there doing more of the same—Soccer Academy & Training (SAT) have decided to change things.  We work harder to get it right.  We are building passion, and joy through innovative ways.  We are following best practice of deliberate practice balanced with free play.  Kids touch the ball more, solve more problems and with focused training aimed at technical excellence, kids are defining a new level of skill.

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Success Comes from Well Constructed and Plentiful Training Sessions

by Roger Thomas

Some parents believe that their child must play on a winning team in division 1, all the time, to guarantee automatic success in later years. It does not. They believe that if their coach isn’t winning the overwhelming majority of games, they need to move their child to a “successful” program with a “winning” coach. Some feel that even if their child isn’t getting quality playing time, being on a winning team is what is really important. These parents are doing a great disservice to their children.

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Champion coach Albertin Montoya puts winning in perspective

By Mike Woitalla

On a sunny September Sunday, Coach Albertin Montoya watched his Gold Pride players, including the magnificent Brazilian Marta and U.S. world champion Tiffeny Milbrett, celebrate the WPS championship after a 4-0 win over Philadelphia. The dominating final performance followed a regular season in which the Gold Pride averaged nearly two goals per game and played such entertaining and effective soccer that longtime reporter on the women’s game, Scott French, declared it the best women’s club team ever.

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