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Sunday, March 18, 2018

PLAYER/COACHING IDEA'S PART 2


Late last year I read the book released by Paul Roos titled "Here It Is" which follows his tenure with the mighty Sydney Swans, including his 20 Points of Success, and ended with his tenure rebuilding the Melbourne Football Club.

While reading that book and almost venturing into coaching myself I started compiling a list of idea's and thoughts with part 1 being posted last week.

Here's part 2.

#11 - Your footy jumper does not touch the ground...EVER!

#12 - Put your culture name on a sign, put above the door of the change rooms and every player touches it, pledging to it essentially, before they run out not just for games but for training as well.

#13 - Ask the players to pick their best side sometime before the actual season starts to give you an idea of who they believe uphold the values of the club the best and it can also assist you in identifying leaders in the club.

#14 - Trial all your midfielders in inside and outside roles to see if some excel at one more then the other and plan your clearance work around their abilities and it also allows you to use different combinations effectively rather then hit and hope.

#15 - Introduce a catchphrase your team uses when things aren't going as planned that signals to everyone to forget about it, and see what you can do about it now rather then focusing on what's already happened.

#16 - All elite teams use visualisation so as a player, sit quietly and visualise yourself doing the things you want to do within games on a daily basis.

#17 - Have every player set a goal or 2 and put it up in the rooms for all to see - make goals REAL.

#18 - Make a list of stats you want to take and store them away each week which will allow you to analyse what you do well each and every week and what you do against, lower, similar and higher quality opposition which then may result in you tracking different data for those 3 category of team depending on where you sit in the pecking order.

#19 - Determine if your style will be territory or possession based which might ebb and flow at different times of the year depending on weather and opposition based but make sure your style fits your personal above all else.

#20 - Your first goal should be to win enough games to make the finals and once you achieved that, then you can now start looking forward to winning enough games to finish with the double chance and once you've done that then start looking to finish top of the table.

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