Football is a team sport so all players should be trained in the team context. To plan this team training the coach will develop the team periodisation for a carefully balanced team training load. However, not all players have the same football fitness. Therefore, for some players the team training load will be too high or too low. To manage the diversity in football fitness within the squad every football coach must develop the ability to tailor the training load for each player. This so-called individual periodisation within the team periodisation will avoid the over- or undertraining of players as well as unnecessary injuries. Obviously, the reduction or increase of training load for specific players should not have a negative effect on the organisation and quality of the overall team training. Individual periodisation within the team periodisation means taking one or more players out of a specific training exercise but without compromising the quality of that exercise.
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