In Council 3 we talked about the importance of observing and noting down the important aspects that happened in a soccer game, but above all about the time invested in the observation, preparation, and layout of information in audiovisual formats.
And the importance you gave to observing the opponent to the detriment of getting more value out of your players and game system.
And today we want to focus more on this aspect.
With yesterday's reflection we are not looking for you to stop giving importance to what the opponent does, without a doubt it is very important information, what we wanted to convey to you is that it is worth little to have a lot of information about the opponent if you don't
We work on it in our training sessions, and if we do tasks that go directly to minimizing the positive aspects of the opponent.
And we want you to be realistic, to be a person who analyzes the reality of this collection of information and the time invested in processing it.
But we also wanted to mention that we must not stop working on the aspects that are going to improve ourselves, our players, our team.
And here comes a fundamental aspect of football, every week we play against a different team, with their way of playing, of attacking and defending, of dealing with set pieces and with a differentiated game system.
Do you think it is best to work every week in relation to the opposite?
Wouldn't it be better to observe, analyze what can improve your players and teams that play every week?
It is a matter of HIT THE TARGET, a matter of logic, and here is our advice for today.
If all the time invested in moving around to see the opposite, recording it, editing the audiovisual material, creating graphic presentations, etc... you invested it first in doing the same for your team, don't you think that their improvement would be multiplied?
It's just an observation.
All the best.