Tip #7 for Soccer Coaches

At Previous Tip of the the importance of analyzing the opposite against which your team plays as to improve those same aspects in your own team.

We told you that dedicating all your time to analyzing the opponent against whom you play two games a year would stop you from making your players and teams improve in those same aspects that you analyzed about the opponent.

Once we assume that you have drawn your own conclusions on this aspect, we want to delve into other aspects of this soccer activity.

And that is what we should pay attention to when we observe the opposite or your own team.

It is evident that we should analyze the actions of the opponent that are more decisive and give him more value, that on the one hand and on the other the defects he has and how we can take advantage of him.

But…. What are the variables that give the opponent the most advantage?

What are the main flaws of the adversary?

It is a capital question and here there could even be differences of opinion between different coaches.

But the question must be simpler.

What is the most decisive and value gives the opposite in the following aspects?

  • Opponent behavior in defense
  • Rival Behavior in Attack
  • Most decisive players
  • Pressure zone
  • Start of the game and ability of the players to carry them out.
  • Players more prone to error
  • Players minimize their virtues due to the importance of their presence in the game
  • Transitions
  • Set piece actions.
  • Etc….

These and many others are important, but note that they are all collective….

AND EYE we must also look A LOT the individual issues of the adversary such as:

  • % of dribbles to the same side of some players.
  • Where does he go to get the ball?.
  • Where and how do you create spaces?.
  • Repetition of actions performed in a match.
  • Do you usually do the same thing?

In this sense, we could add many more.

SO, what should we pay attention to?

And here we launch our Today Tip

We will have to analyze which variables are the determinants and take those determining variables and work on them to minimize the opponent and his players.

We cannot work everything, therefore let us work what generates danger from the adversary.

Do you want to see Our Tip No. 8? Here you have it.

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