Services and Contact Info


Contact Information

Contact me by using the ‘Leave a Reply’ feature at the bottom of the page. Include your contact information.

Services

  • Teach and train individual players, coaches, teams, academies, and schools to improve soccer fundamentals.
  • Assist leagues, training programs, and soccer companies in evaluating and building their brand and offerings.
  • Review soccer products and services.
  • Write soccer articles (my posted articles are available for re-use as long as copyright laws are followed and proper permission is sought).
  • Teach soccer fundamentals using Loopball at team and league functions for free, in exchange for being able to sell Loopball and if the location is close to home (I live in Brentwood, CA, 45 miles east of San Francisco). I’d be happy to travel further (let’s talk). Great for Fundraising!

Training Sessions

My introductory training rates appear below. The first session is always FREE.

  • 1 player — $50/hour
  • 2 players — $60/hour
  • 3 players — $70/hour
  • 4 players — $80/hour
  • 5 players — $90/hour
  • 6 players — $100/hour
  • 7+ players — time and rate negotiable
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3 Responses to “Services and Contact Info”

  1. Joe McLenaghan Says:

    What are the ‘gloves’ that you mention here –

    ‘As coaches, I would make sure to teach your players the proper heading mechanics but greatly discourage them from using their heads, especially on high punts or kicks. Tell them to use their ‘gloves’ instead.’

    Thanks – You

    • Alex Kos Says:

      Good question. In the article, “2-3 Goal Difference Per Game: Never Let the Ball Hit the Ground”, I refer to ‘gloves’ several times. Just like a baseball player has a glove on his/her non-throwing hand to catch the ball, soccer players have 2 gloves. They are located on the inside-of-the-foot on both the left and right foot. When proper mechanics are used, any type of ball can be caught with these gloves, no matter how high or hard the ball comes at a player. I’d much rather have players, especially young players, use their gloves and not their heads to control these types of balls.

  2. Masud Rahman Says:

    Hi Alex Kos!

    I’m in the 10th grade at Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, California. I’m doing a research report on a catalyst for change that has profoundly marked an impression on human society, and I chose Pele, one of the best soccer players of all time.

    I was wondering if it would be possible if you or an acquaintance or yours would be able to be interviewed or answer a few questions via email or phone regarding the game of football, or soccer as we call it in the US, Pele’s achievements and contributions to the game as well as how your job is directly affected by his accomplishments. It would help me obtain a better understanding of how Pele has shaped the world, including not only the game of football, or soccer as we call it in the United States, but also the achievements an individual can make through hard work and perseverance.

    I understand that you must be extremely busy writing articles and responding to fans questions and that making an interview with a high school student is a lot to ask for, but an insightful interview from a soccer expert like yourself, a soccer coach, player, or other individual whose career deals with soccer would help me tremendously.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, and I hope that you can help me with my research report.

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