Yesterday we were talking about the importance of analyzing the opponent your team is playing against how to improve those same aspects in your own team.
We told you to dedicate all your analysis time to the opponent against whom you play two games a year to stop improving your players and teams in those same aspects that you analyzed from the contrary.
In short, we made you think that you should give more importance to the analysis of your team than to the opposite, and we did it with arguments and also with simple mathematics.
You play two games a year against your opponent, but you play 38 days a year with your team and players …… ..Therefore …….
Should you prioritize the analysis aspects of your team regarding the importance you give to those of the opposing team?
The Answer is Clear ………… SIIIIIIIII.
By pure logic it is easier to improve what you see every day than what you see twice a year.
So where is the real balance in this regard?
Well, it's in logic.
And the logic is that you must decide how much time you dedicate to your team and you must decide which analyzed aspects of the real team give you ADDED VALUE and that can give you an advantage in the game.
And only those aspects will you work on the contrary, to dedicate the rest of the time to working for your team.
And we want you to reflect on it.
And here the Council of Today.
It will always be easier for you to see defects and virtues of what you see every day, than of the things you see only once in a while, therefore… .your team sees it every day, take time to analyze it to make it stronger both individually as a group.