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Soccer iQ Vol. 1: Things That Smart Players Do
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- Named the #1 book for Soccer Players and Coaches by Football.com
- Named a Top 5 Book of the Year by the NSCAA Soccer Journal
- A #1 best-seller in the U.S., Canada and Australia
- Translated into nine languages
- Includes links to free Soccer iQ companion videos that bring the lessons to life!

Soccer iQ is the first book for soccer PLAYERS! In a world saturated with books about how to coach soccer, Dan Blank finally gives players a book on how to think it.

Standing on two decades of collegiate coaching experience, Blank has catalogued soccer's most common mistakes and provides simple, connect-the-dots solutions to help players solve their soccer problems. Soccer iQ is soccer's first text book for players; an almanac of smarter soccer decisions intended to flatten out the learning curve. It covers everything from hunting rebounds to the value of the toe-ball; from playing in the rain to the world's dumbest foul.

Blank tells his story from the familiar and humorous voice of a coach who has endured years of stress at the hands of his players. Written in plain-spoken language, Soccer iQ is an easy read and a quick-fix to the most common yet critically important soccer problems. Includes a bonus chapter on the college recruiting process.

"Finally someone wrote this book! If every soccer player read Soccer iQ, every coach would be a lot happier." Mark Francis - Head Coach University of Kansas

"Dan Blank has just written soccer's first definitive text book."
Colin Carmichael - Head Coach Oklahoma State University

"This book has immediately become required reading for my team. I'll take 30 copies." Steve Nugent - Head Coach UNC-Greensboro

"Soccer iQ may the best practical soccer book I have ever read. There's no fluff. Just nuts and bolts principles that we teach every day. It'll solve a lot of your soccer problems." Steve Holeman - Head Coach University of Georgia