2009 BOYS, 2011 GIRLS
Renegades Coaching Bio
2022 is my 34 Year in to Coaching in North Texas. 3 Time Plano Labor Champion-
2X State Cup Finalist and has Won Dozens of Championships from around the Country and the DFW Soccer Market.
Lone Star Soccer Club Arlington 3 years
Ft. Worth United 73 1-Year
6 Years Semi-Pro Arlington Arrows, Ft. Worth Kickers and Addison Arrows
1993 Dallas Sidekicks Champions, 1st Round Draft Pick (5th overall)out of 60 Players
1994 Played against Diego Maradona, Futbol Rapidos Tournament in Argentina, Buenos Aries
D-State Coaching License
C-USSF National Coaching License
You have to rely on your work ethic to get ahead in this world. Because it is never about the talent or cognitive skills, it is about the non-cognitive skills such as discipline, courage, vision, and grit. If you want to be in the top 5%, be willing to work like the top 5%.
Coach Stark’s Conclusion:
Throughout the developmental process, psychological games should be implemented to improve motivation, effort, attitude, determination, courage, concentration, anticipation, confidence, and influences from outside soccer (parents, spectators, etc.). As a club we need to promote a winner’s mentality – when players do well and are focused in practice they are rewarded at the end (positive consequences), when they don’t they should have other consequences. They will work hard while practicing or playing or they will work without the ball. Practices should replicate the game as far as consequences. If one player does something right consistently the whole team benefits (wins or plays well), but if one player consistently does not help the team the whole team suffers (losses or plays badly). The idea is to promote team responsibility for every individual player. This means that the purpose of practices goes beyond physical exercise. The goal is to develop the players physically and psychologically at the same time.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK.