I meanHere you have our Second Tip for soccer coaches who want to make you think about the work of the soccer coach in this case about the importance of observation and scoring in games.
At Tip 1 We were talking about the importance that it had observation and annotation of the important aspects that happened in a game of soccer.
Today we want to have a little more influence on this.
There are many people who invest a lot of time in gmatch recording, edit those videos, and create fantastic audiovisual presentations to show players.
We are convinced that they do it with the best intention and we are sure that they are looking for the best for their teams.
But today we want to influence something even more important, and that is that information has always been said to be power, and we have always attached importance to real information.
Does having a LOT of information about the opposite really give us SOLUTIONS to apply?
Well, in many cases, no.
And I want to leave you some questions for you to ask yourself and find an answer that will contribute to you and your team.
How much information you extract gives TRUE ADDED VALUE. To your players and teams?
Do you know how to extract what is really important for the efficiency of your team?
Has the time spent on your part in gathering information, audiovisual layout been profitable and have you improved the game, the results or has it given you an advantage?
And to finish.
If we were observing patients with different symptoms every day, would that make us doctors? ...
Our advice today is ...
Observe and extract data from what you observe, but …… .. before you should know what you have to observe and above all what it is going to give you REAL ADDED VALUE.
We'll continue tomorrow.