The U.N. training camp for the U-17 national team featured the U18 team’s first training session at the Wohnsee stadium in Frankfurt.
The U-19s and U-20s were there, too.
The training session started with a quick round of soccer drills, followed by a team photo.
The boys then worked out on the grass, the U20s playing against the U15s, and then the U16s against the Rheinfire.
The U-15s lost the first match to the R-rated Rheins in the group stage, and it was a bad match.
The R-rating was changed to B for the match, meaning the U17s and the U21s have to wear the same uniform as their R-ranks.
The coach then called for all players to take off their shoes and socks.
The coaches asked the U23s to stand and run, which they did.
The coaching team had an hour to prepare.
The next day the U19s practiced and went to the gym.
They got their first practice of the season in the morning.
After the workout, the boys got to work on the field.
The goal was to get to the 50-yard line.
The coaches took notes and asked them to keep the ball in their pockets.
It took a while, but after they got the ball, they had to try to keep it there.
It was fun to see the U13s work.
They did some good things.
They scored some goals and we got a lot of good chances.
But we had some moments where we were not quite good enough.
But they gave us a lot to work with.
We had a good group of players.
They’re very good in their own right, but we have a lot more to learn.
The kids are hungry.
We want to do our best.