The coach is responsible for developing the playing style. This tactical framework determines WHAT individual players are suppose to do when the team is attacking, defending or transitioning. For example, based on the tactical framework players have to press the build-up of the opponent early. This is WHAT players are supposed to do when defending. But HOW players perform this WHAT depends on the game situation and is, therefore, the responsibility of the individual players. Based on their game insight they decide how to perform football actions. During this course Raymond Verheijen will teach coaches both in theory and practice how to analyse and coach the football actions of individual players. He will use the Football Action Model and in particular the four space-time characteristics of an action (position, moment, direction and speed) to improve the decision making and execution of decision by individual players. He will demonstrate the principles of ‘individual training within the team training’.
3-Day Football Action Analysis Course
RB Leipzig, Leipzig