Greg Bowman Presents a Guide to “Solo Soccer”

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New book is a self-teaching guide to the sport for players, parents and coaches.

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The game of soccer, or football as is it also known, is a global phenomenon that transcends cultural and national boundaries, a sport enjoyed by countless enthusiasts, athletes and audiences throughout the world. In Solo Soccer, author Greg Bowman presents a guide for young players and aficionados designed to help them learn and review the basics of the game by themselves.

Bowman’s guide is designed to help novices practice soccer on their own. It includes tips for developing fundamental footwork, dribbling and ball control, along with receiving, passing and shooting. Soccer fitness is also a crucial aspect dealt with in the book. All of the basic, yet essential, aspects of playing the game are discussed and broken down into simple activities that players and their parents can easily understand. Most importantly, this book is meant to help increase readers’ enjoyment of the sport. According to Bowman, the best advice is: “Don’t forget to have fun!”

Solo Soccer is a useful guide for those seeking to learn more about the sport and develop their basic abilities. Bowman’s work is ideal for parents who wish to help their children acquire a greater proficiency in playing the game.

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About the Author
Greg Bowman has personally experienced the dedication and sacrifice it takes to become a successful player and shares his insight through his coaching. He has written and illustrated Solo Soccer to provide a helpful tool that can be used by players while practicing on their own. He lives with his supportive wife, Sarah, and daughter, Caroline.
Solo Soccer * by Greg Bowman
A Self-Teaching Soccer Guide for Players, Parents, and Coaches
Publication Date: January 17, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 250 pages; 978-1-4797-7067-0
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 250 pages; 978-1-4797-7068-7

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