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Cal South E-News // September 2006

September 09, 2006

WELCOME TO THE NEW CAL SOUTH E-NEWS!
Each monthly issue of the Cal South E-News is chock-full of free educational content broken into useful categories that parents, coaches, trainers and referees will enjoy. So dig in, enjoy, and we'll see you again next month.


EVOLUTION OF SYSTEMS OF PLAY - PART 1
In this series of articles, we will trace the development and evolution of the game of soccer through the growth of systems of play. Today's modern game clearly can be traced back to the late 1800s... click for complete story


TRACKING THEIR TRAINING

It's during the early and adolescent years of life that the body's muscles and bones develop and grow. The young player may be more susceptible to injury during this period. Bone in young players is still not mature; it has not yet fully ossified and is under considerable stress from strong maturing muscle action... click for complete story


LEADERS SHARE "BEST ADVICE STORIES"

Here's another installment of the best advice that some of our nation's top business leaders ever received... click for complete story


COLLEGE COSTS

No matter where you enroll, your expenses will include direct educational costs and living expenses. Financial aid assistance is generally determined by your school year budget using five categories... click for complete story


STOPS, STARTS AND RESTARTS - PART 2
Last month we began to examine the various situations where play is stopped, started or restarted. This month we will finish our examination as to the reasons for these interruptions in play and the referee's appropriate response... click for complete story

We hope you enjoy this month's issue. If you have any comments that you would like to make regarding the Cal South E-News, please send an e-mail to us ateditor@calsouth.com . We look forward to hearing from you!

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