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THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER FYSA AGM AUGUST 2016 Jacob Daniel Georgia Soccer Director of Coaching YOUTH CLUBS THE FUTURE SMALLER YOUTH CLUBS HIRE DOC/OWN STAFF TRYING TO COMPETE WITH ESTABLISHED CLUBS MORE MERGERS - VARIOUS MODELS SMALL CLUBS MERGE TO FORM ONE BIG CLUB ALLIANCES (CLUBS MAINTAIN OWN IDENTITY)

FEEDER CLUBS (MAINLY PLAYER MOVEMENTS) COMPLETE MERGER TO FORM NEW SUPER CLUB DECISION MAKING BY PROFESSIONAL STAFF MINIMAL OR NO INTERFERENCE FROM VOLUNTEER BOARD TECHNICAL HEART OF CLUBS MULTITUDES OF COMPETITION/LEAGUES TO CHOOSE FROM YOUTH CLUBS EXPAND TO ADD ADULT AMATEUR/SEMI-PRO TEAMS YOUTH CLUBS PARTNER WITH PROFESSIONAL CLUBS THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER BUT WHAT ABOUT THE TECHNICAL TRENDS IN

PLAYER DEVELOPMENT? THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER MAJOR OVERHAUL OF COACHING EDUCATION IN USA US SOCCER TAKES COACH TRAINING TOWARDS EUROPEAN MODEL EUROPEAN CLUBS INFLUENCE WILL GROW OUR COURSES WERE TOO ELEMENTARY COURSES PROVIDED GOOD FOUNDATION BUT ISOLATION STAGNATION SPECIFIC

NEED TO CHALLENGE OUR PLAYERS MORE LACK SPECIFIC TRAINING ONE DIMENSIONAL LACK SOPHISTICATION GAPS IN KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS GENERAL PREPARATION THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER

OUR PLAYERS ARE TECHNICALLY BETTER, BUT: CURRENT PLAYER DEVELOPMENT MODELS TOO SIMPLISTIC (MON PASS, WED DRIBBLE, FRI FUN GAMES) NOT EFFECTIVE ENOUGH (GAPS IN SKILLS) TOO GRID ORIENTED AND GENERIC LITTLE TRANSFER OF LEARNING TO GAME COACHES DONT FOLLOW CURRICULUM PROGRESS IN PLAYING STYLES

KICK AND CHASE DROP, KICK AND CHASE PASS FORWARD AND MOVE DROP, SWITCH AND GO FORWARD BALL CIRCULATION PROBING PASSES, IN AND BACK USING THE WHOLE WIDTH MULTIPLE SWITCHES IN SAME POSSESSION RHYTHM OF POSSESSION, VARIED TEMPO THE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT CYCLE

THE MISSING FOCAL POINT EXECUTE PRACTICE OBSERVE GAME CLUB PHILOSOPHY CURRICULUM PLAYING STYLE

PREPARE PRACTICE ANALYSE GAME THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER PLAYER DEVELOPMT MODEL OF THE FUTURE LONG TERM ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOLLOW EUROPEAN MODEL CLOSELY BASED ON SPECIFIC CLUB PHILOSOPHY TRAINING SHIFT FROM GENERIC TO FORMATION SPECIFIC

TRAINING SHIFT FROM GENERIC TO POSITION SPECIFIC ALL STAFF FOLLOW CURRICULUM COLLABORATIVELY AND UNIFORMLY THE FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER PLAYER DEVELOPMT MODEL OF THE FUTURE MORE POSITION-SPECIFIC TRAINING MORE SOPHISTICATION IN OFF-THE-BALL MOVEMENT YOUTH CLUBS THE FUTURE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT MODEL ? CLUBS WILL DEVELOP THEIR OWN PHILOSOPHY, PLAYING STYLE AND IDENTITY

IMPOSED BY PARENT CLUB (PRO CLUBS) LONG TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN THAT COVERS ALL AGE GROUPS CLUB WIDE CURRICULUM (UNIFORMITY & PHASES OF DEVELOPMENT) COACHES COLLABORATE AS OPPOSED TO TRADITIONAL TEAM COACHES FUTURE IS IN THE 6-12 AGE GROUPS MORE FOCUS & QUALITY COACHES WITH THE YOUNGEST AGES ACADEMIES EXPAND DOWN TO U8, U7 AND U6 LESS GAMES/TOURNAMENTS AT THE ELITE LEVEL. MORE TRAINING FUNCTIONAL TRAINING DOMINANT GAME RESULTS LESS IMPORTANT COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WIDELY USED ANNUAL PLANNING PRACTICE PLANNING

CLUB WIDE COMMUNICATION PLAYER EVALUATIONS COACHES EVALUATIONS & COACHES EDUCATION MATCH ANALYSIS YOUTH CLUBS THE FUTURE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT MODEL ? CURRICULUM U-6 TO U-19 (LTDP) CORRECT INCOMPLETE DEVELOPMENT OF PLAYERS CONTINUUM DIVIDED INTO PHASES SKILLS PHASE (8-12) GROWTH PHASE (13-15) ELITE PHASE (16-19)

TOTAL FOOTBALLER SKILLS (BALL CONTROL, MOVEMENT, POSITIONAL PLAY) HABITS (BEHAVIOUR, PREPARATION, LIFE STYLE, MINDSET) MULTI-DISIPLINES PROFESSIONALS ON STAFF INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING POSITION SPECIFIC PLAYER/BODY TYPE SPECIFIC AGE SPECIFIC MONITORING DEVICES FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER HOW DO WE IMPLEMENT A LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT PLAN?

WHAT ARE THE STEPS? WE HAD A CLEAR IDEA OF WHERE WE WANTED TO GO AND EVERYBODY PULLED TOGETHER Sebastian Kehl, midfielder, Borussia Dortmund STEP 1: DECIDE ON THE CLUBS MISSION STATEMENT AND VISION STEP 2: DECIDE ON A CLUB WIDE PLAYING STYLE TAUGHT BY EVERY COACH IN EVERY AGE GROUP

EXAMPLES: U10s PLAY 2-3-1 U12S PLAY 3-2-3 U13S AND UP PLAY 4-3-3 POSSESSION PLAYING STYLE PLAYING OUT OF THE BACK ATTACKING SOCCER OVERLAPPING FULLBACKS ZONAL DEFENDING IN THE BACK STEP 3: DECIDE ON CORE PRINCIPLES EXAMPLES:

ALWAYS A PLAYER SUPPORTING BEHIND (SCP) CREATE NUMERICAL ADVANTAGE NEAR BALL (SCP) CREATE 2V1 WITH DRIBBLE (AJAX) THROW-INS USED TO SWITCH PT OF ATTACK PASS TO PLAYERS SAFE SIDE IF YOU LOSE THE BALL, IMMEDIATE CHASE STEP 4: DIVIDE GAME INTO PHASES OF PLAY

WE HAVE THE BALL BUILD UP PENETRATE INTO ATTACKING THIRD CREATE CHANCES AND FINISH TRANSITION TRANSITION TO ATTACK

TRANSITION TO DEFENSE THEY HAVE THE BALL PREVENT BUILD UP PREVENT PENETRATION PREVENT SCORING

STEP 5: DEFINE DEVELOPMENTAL PHASES AND PRIORITIZE EXAMPLES: MOTOR SKILLS PHASE: 6-8 YEAR OLDS (1V0, 1V1) TECHNICAL PHASE: 9-12 (1V1, 2V2, 3V3) GROWTH PHASE: 13-15 (4V4 TO 11V11) ELITE PHASE: 16-19 (7V7 TO 11V11) A TECH DIRECTOR IN CHARGE OF EACH PHASE CALCULATE TRAINING VOLUME AND PRIORITIZE MICRO, MACRO, SEASONAL, ANNUAL STEP 6: CODIFY THE TECHNICAL AND TACTICAL SKILLS & KEY POINTS

EXAMPLE: RECEIVING DIRECTION OF ATTACK STRAIGHT BEHIND ANGLED LATERAL STEP 7: DEFINE TYPE OF TRAINING ACTIVITIES AND PRIORITIZE BASIC TECHNIQUE 1. WITHOUT GOALS 2. WITH GOALS

BASIC TACTICS 1. WITHOUT GOALS 2. WITH SMALL GOALS 3. WITH LARGE GOALS FUNCTIONAL TECHNIQUE 1. WITHOUT GOALS 2. WITH GOALS FUNCTIONAL TACTICS 1. SMALL GROUPS/PHASES OF PLAY 2. SCRIMMAGE WITH FORMATION

EXAMPLE: BASIC TECHNIQUE WITHOUT GOALS PASS AND FOLLOW YOUR PASS SERVERS, LINE DRILLS, ROXBORO WINDOWS, ETC. EXAMPLE: BASIC TECHNIQUE WITH GOALS

TWO PLAYER COMBINATION IN-BACK-THROUGH EXAMPLE: BASIC TECHNIQUE WITH GOALS A PASS TO B AND TAKES HIS PLACE B PASS TO C AND BECOMES PASSIVE DEFENDER C DRIBBLES PAST B AND SHOOTS B BECOMES NEW C AS PLAYERS ROTATE A

C GOES TO BACK OF LINE A B C EXAMPLE: FUNCTIONAL TECHNIQUE WITHOUT GOALS (back four possessing) EXAMPLE: FUNCTIONAL TECHNIQUE WITH GOALS

A AND B ARE WIDE PLAYERS. C ARE FORWARDS A PASS TO B AND TAKES HIS PLACE B DOES WALL PASS WITH C B CROSSES FOR C TO SCORE B C A EXAMPLE: BASIC TACTICS WITHOUT GOALS

GENERIC ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS: 4V4 POSSESSION IN A GRID 3V3 PLUS 2 POSSESSION IN A GRID 5V5 TO TARGETS END LINE GAMES END ZONES GAMES EXAMPLE: BASIC TACTICS

WITH SMALL GOALS 4V4 TO 4 GOALS EXAMPLE: FUNCTIONAL TACTICS SMALL GROUPS PHASES OF PLAY KEEPER & BACK FOUR & DEF MID AGAINST 3 IN DEF THIRD KEEPER STARTS BY PASSING TO CENTRAL DEFENDERS. OBJECTIVE IS TO POSSESS WHILE SWITCHING FROM ONE WIDE BACK TO THE OPPOSITE ONE.

GENERIC EXAMPLE: FUNCTIONAL TACTICS SMALL GROUPS PHASES OF PLAY 4-3-3 ATTACK AGAINST DEFENSE PENETRATION INTO ATTACKING THIRD CENTRAL DEF STARTS WITH A PASS TO THE OTHER CENTRAL DEF. CENTRAL DEF MUST STAY BEHIND LINE AND JUST SUPPORT FROM BEHIND

EXAMPLE: FUNCTIONAL TACTICS SCRIMMAGE WITH FORMATION OLD METHOD: 4V4 IN A GENERIC WAY NEW METHOD: 2 WIDE BACK PLUS CENTER FORWARD VS 1 CENTRAL DEFENDER PLUS 2 WINGERS. TEACH POSITION SPECIFIC BEHAVIOUR FUTURE OF CLUB SOCCER USE THESE BASIC SEVEN STEPS AND PUT IT ALL TOGETHER!!!

ONE CANNOT BE DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND EXPECT A DIFFERENT OUTCOME WE MUST EVOLVE OR ELSE WE FALL BEHIND Further reading www.georgiasoccer.org COACHES section COACHING RESOURCES sub section 5 coaching manuals plus articles and videos CASE STUDAY: AJAX AMSTERDAM

MODEL ACADEMY: AJAX SPEND 6 MILLION EUROS PER YEAR ON ACADEMY OBJECTIVE: 1-2 PLAYERS INTO FIRST TEAM PER YEAR ENCOURAGE PLAYERS TO TAKE RISKS SO THEY CAN SEE PLAYERS LIMITATIONS INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PARAMOUNT PLAYERS LEARN 3 POSITIONS IN 1ST PHASE, 2 POSITIONS IN 2ND AND THEN 1 POSITION FROM U16 ONWARDS. HEAD COACH FOR EACH PHASE ASSISTED BY COACHNG STAFF MODEL ACADEMY: AJAX

U9 TO U12 TRAIN 3 TIMES PER WEEK BUT TWO HOUR TRAINING (BETTER THAN 4X1.5) U13 AND OLDER TRAIN 4 TIMES PER WEEK U9 PLAY 7V7 (2-3-1) AND 8V8 (3-1-3) U10 PLAY 9V9 (2-3-2) U11 & U12 PLAY 11V11 (3-4-3) U13 & OLDER PLAY 11V11 (4-3-3 WITH ONE HOLDING AND TWO ATTACKING MID) U9 TO U12 EVERYONE PLAYS EQUAL TIME MODEL ACADEMY: AJAX GENERAL OBSERVATIONS OF TRAINING AND GAMES:

SESSIONS WERE CRISP AND SHARP U8 TO U19 QUALITY OF PASSES AND FIRST TOUCH VERY HIGH WARM UP COMBINED CALISTHETICS MOVEMENT EDUCATION WITH BALL WORK. INDIVIDUALS ENCOURAGED TO ATTACK 1 ON 1 EVEN DEFENDERS TURN AND TAKE PLAYERS ON RATHER THAN PASS BACK TO KEEPER TEAM SHAPE GOOD BUT PLAYERS DECISIONS ON THE BALL INDIVIDUALLY ORIENTED DEFENDERS PLAYED OFF-SIDE TRAP WELL PLAYERS AWARE OF SURROUNDING WITH HEAD UP & TAKING LOOKS BEFORE GETTING THE BALL

MODEL ACADEMY: AJAX GENERAL OBSERVATIONS OF TRAINING AND GAMES: RUNS TRIGGER RUNS (ATT MID AND FORWARD, WIDE BACK AND WINGER) KEEPERS RARELY PUNTED. MIDS SHOWED FOR BALL IF DEFENDERS WERE MARKED. GOOD SUPPORT ANGLES. PLAYERS MADE GOOD DECISIONS WHEN TO PASS WHEN TO DRIBBLE PLAYERS PLAYED WITH NO FEAR. BOTH BECAUSE THEY WERE SUPERIOR AND BECAUSE COACHES GAVE THEM FREEDOM. MISTAKES WERE NOT REPRIMANDED.

GAMES AT YOUNGER AGES LIKE GSA VS YMCA TEAM MISMATCH. AJAX PLAYERS HAD MORE FLAIR THAN OPPONENTS IN ALL AGE GROUPS PARENTS VERY RELAXED. DID NOT REACT TO CLOSE CALLS OR MISSED CHANCES AJAX TEAMS SUPERIOR EXCEPT THE U18 GAME. MODEL ACADEMY: AJAX U9 GAME VS YOUTH CLUB 8V8 IN 3-1-3. NO OFFSIDES. NO GOAL AREA. KEEPER CAN PICK UP BACK PASSES. SHORT CORNERS. PLAYERS USED TRICKS TO BEAT OPPONENTS. NO SCREAMING AT PLAYERS BY COACHES. PLAYERS DRIBBLED OUT OF THE BACK. SHOOTING WAS GOOD. OTHER TEAM OLDER BUT NOT SKILLED U10 AND U11 GAME VS YOUTH CLUB

11V11 IN 3-4-3. LOTS OF INDIVIDUAL DRIBBLING AND CREATIVITY. CLOSE CORNERS. GOAL KICK FROM ANYWHEE IN PENALTY AREA. THREE ATTACKERS SPREAD ACROSS FIELD FOR WIDTH. U13 AND U18 GAME VS PRO CLUB 11V11 IN 4-3-3. MIDFIELD INTERCHANGE POSITIONS A LOT. DEFENDERS MORE PATIENT AND KEPT BALL LONGER. NOT AFRAID TO PASS TO MARKED PLAYERS BUT PASSES TO SAFE SIDE OF PLAYER. PLAYERS DONT GET IN EACH OTHERS PASSING LANE. WIDE BACK VERY HIGH AND OVERLAP A LOT.

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