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August 6, 2013
Bloomington, Indiana—Cutters Soccer Club is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement to partner with Meulensteen Academy.
SportpartnersNL (Netherlands) and Meulensteen Academy (MA) have earned a European-wide, sterling reputation for offering reliable and high quality soccer training services throughout their 14 years of conducting business. Cutters SC is now proud to offer the same expertise to the US market via this partnership with SportpartnersUSA and Meulensteen Academy. The Meulensteen Academy organization presents professional expertise of people working in soccer coaching as well as soccer education.
This partnership allows the Cutters Soccer Club to offer training in the Meulensteen Academy methods, philosophy, and instruction programs. Specifically, Cutters SC will offer the “Moves and Skills” Player Development Curriculum developed by Coach Rene Meulensteen, current Head Coach at Anzhi Makhachkala SC, Russia and long time First Team Coach of Manchester United (2008-2013).
Rene Meulensteen, commonly regarded as one of the best soccer trainers in the world, developed the “Moves & Skills” method to improve the skills of the modern soccer player at any level. The program’s goal is the development of creative, unpredictable, confident, and motivated players. At the center of the “Moves & Skills” method is the ability of a player to master the challenge of various 1v1 situations.
Cutters SC coaches will receive extensive training in the “Moves & Skills” method allowing all players within Cutters SC program to benefit from this partnership. Our coaches will use Meulensteen’s cohesive instructional materials to make the process of youth training streamlined as they grow and evolve to the next levels within Cutters SC and beyond.
Cutters SC will be the first club in Indiana to implement this program. Indiana Soccer is a Meulensteen Academy advocate as evident in the past 2 years providing special Meulensteen Academy coach clinics and workshops to over 250 Indiana coaches.