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  • 1. What do you do with football skills and stamina?Team Building { The Road to Success Copyright: Rinus Michels, Netherlands
  • 2. General Introduction  Types of Team Building  Complexity of Football  Limits of Team Building  External Factors on the Psychological Team Building Process  Levels of Development  Steps in the Development Process  Performance Level  Value of the Team Building
  • 3. General IntroductionLeonard Bernstein, conductor, orchestra leader:”Individually you are very accomplished, but as an orchestra youwill have to travel a long and difficult road. You think you haveachieved the ultimate level, but the perfection of the orchestra can betaken from 95 to 100 % Not enough that you play your own instrument correctly, you must also be harmonic with the orchestra Football coach must think how he/she can create a team that can produce the best possible outcome in difficult (constantly pressurized) situation No note book The quality of the players The quality of the coach
  • 4. General IntroductionAnticipation and Decision Making Constantly changing situation Hundreds of Millions of possibilities during the match Split-second decision making Take into account your team-mates and the opponents Team efficiency vs showing off The aim of the match Outside pressure Money Perfect match? Pro level, amateur level –any difference in the pressure to succeed?
  • 5. General IntroductionPressure to Succeed Ever higher demands for the peformance level of the team Striving to perfection Team defensive preformance Result: higher demands on attacking and building up -qualities Individual and team level Structural learning process Academies Awareness of the team tactical effectivity Cohesiveness of the team Match analyses as the key
  • 6. General IntroductionTypes of Team BuildingTeamwork is as old as the game itself.  Increasing demands and pressure put on the coaches and players  Structural means which help the players perform  More speed & higher difficulty level -> players have to perform at a higher level  Individually and within the team  Players had much more time in the earlier days!  PSYCHOLOGICAL team building process  TEAM TACTICAL team building process
  • 7. General Introduction Psychological Team Building Process Obvious approach Better mentality – better environment for the team tactical team building process Players’ willingness to work – MOTIVATION! Willingness to win What works today. Is not guaranteed to work tomorrow -> remain alert Changes in the tension level – which factors affect?-> the coach must stay alert in each training session and feel the atmosphere & ACTACCORDING TO THE MENTAL ATTITUDE OF THE PLAYERS Before the game During the game: positive and negative developments  Tact, harshness, continuous improvement  Consistent, clear and honest behaviour from the coach!
  • 8. General IntroductionThe Team Tactical Team Building Process At least as imortant as mental team building Team tactics a structural process Based on a developed playing style Reguires strucutral training work using clear team tactical guidelines  Organizational team building  Strategical team building  Tactical team building
  • 9. General Introduction Organizational team building  Concerns the guidelines of team organization, team structure and the organizational form (4-4-2, 4-3-3 and so on)  Traffic lights – prevent chaos  Every player has a role and function within the team organization  Conduct through experience  Action is taken fast and ”automatically”  Too stiff approach? Strategical team building A series of guidelines how a team or a line or a group defend, build up, or attack Continuous positioning in relation to each other
  • 10. General Introduction Tactical team building Football is complex How to prepare team tactically to  Connection between the complexity the match next Saturday? of the game and the quality of the players Which variations do I use?  The best players are very clever (~ Based upon specific resistances the up 5 % of the people) from a match  Space and time –dimensions in a match – quick reflection to upcoming situations  In comparison to the business world, space and time –dimensions are different
  • 11. General IntroductionComplexity Factors of Team Building Team tactically the most Size of the team Unpredictability demanding sport Roles of the individuals; versatility is expected  Continuous action Most decisicive demands placed on individual qualities of players  Technically  Physically (incl. psychologically) Players are  Tactically (insight) directors  Intelligence, fast reaction to altering situations  All players are ”quarterbacks” Players’ sport Played by feet discipline Contact sport Adequate training, team spirit Playing time, tempo -> physical
  • 12. General IntroductionThe Complexity of football is determined by The size of the team Individual qualities combined with versatility Unpredictability: the players have to make quick TEAM EFFICIENT decisions out of several options in ever changing situations The ball is played with feet Physical contact sport The duration of the match The measurements of the field Players’ game team tactically Constant action Team tactical guidelines a Tempo necessity
  • 13. General IntroductionLimitations of Succeeding in the Team Building Every coach attempts to improve his team’s performance by helping to develop an extra team tactical dimension in every player = team efficiency/ by each member of the team  Scoring chances can be created by good team play, but the team needs a player with the ability to score in order to succeed  The same goes with other roles ~ duels
  • 14. General Introduction Limitations in Succeeding in the Team Building  Quality of the players (most important factor)  Physics, technics, mentality, tacticsLIMITING FACTORS:  Balance  Between defending, building up and attacking  One of the most difficult tasks of the coach  Success  Powerful weapon in team building process  Opponent  The countermeasures  What worked in the last game won’t necessarily work in the next one  Unpredictability  WC 1978 Luck  CL Final 1999
  • 15. General IntroductionPsychological Team Building ProcessExternal FactorsPerformance level is never a constant factorTension between self-interest and the interest of the team  Power struggle  Between board members, coach and bms, coach and assistant coach…  Self-interest vs the best of the team  Statements  Board member, a coach, a player,…  The coach must always be on the look-out & focus on TBP!  Only the coach is able to build a team and a team efficient style of play -> the coach must have credibility and clear football vision  Self-confidence  Not the big picture, but the details are what matter
  • 16. General IntroductionLevels of DevelopmentAll levels  Challenges of coaches at all levels  Make players perform better  Reach the limits of the performance level of the team  Big difference in the potential of all players in the talent pool -> difference in quality  Coach must possess an adequate technical level (exceptions?)  Theoretical knowledge of the game  Theoretical knowledge of the team building process  Ability to communicate  No more street football – compensation  Whoever wins is correct??  Youth football: keeping the players busy vs teaching the game  Organizing the training sessions efficiently  Training football realistic situations
  • 17. General IntroductionWorld Class Level of Development  Relationship betw. Team Building and Performance Level  Brazil 1994  In 1970, Brazil used 4-2-4, in 1980s 4-4-2  Also Parreira used 4-4-2 from the preparation on  Everyone must take a part in defence, even Romario  Few touches during the build up - midfielders  Team spirit vs the stars – dream of all the Brazilians  Unity and Team Spirit No money talk in the team – ”WC bigger than money”  No press, family members, agents, fríends to the training camp The team members could only communicate with each other in the training camp  Scrimmages especially helpful  Not the result but the execution what counted
  • 18. General IntroductionWorld Class Level of Development  Relationship betw. Team Building and Performance Level Why was Parreira’s 4-4-2 different?  Full backs helped in build up  Centre backs covered the positionsof full backs  The role of defending midfielders in defence and attack  Attackers had to move a lot and go deep  Not allowedto play close to each other durin the build up  Had to be able to receive the ball in the flanks and behind the defensive line  Shifts according to the state of possession were practiced over and over -> by varying the line-up this became familiar TEAM EFFICIENCY was the key word -> UNITY was clear  Compare with Barca of Guardiola
  • 19. General Introduction Steps in the Development ProcessA rapid development of team tactics in the modern football since 2000- the necessity to win has grown (places in big competitions a.s.o)  When the ball is lost it has to be taken back, everyone is responsible – there are no hiding places  Lightning fast transition from a team function to another, and MOST IMPORTANT is to act in the most team efficient manner in each situation -> UNITY, no false running -> efficiency - Compare with Barca of Guardiola, or Athletic of Bielsa - Individual qualities of the players: physical, mental, tactical  Good coaching is a must  Team tactical coaching; break the match down and analyze  Not enough to rely on experiences as a player  Video analyses take hours (Guardiola a.o.)  Still, each player can increase his value to the team by improving his insight  The hardest part: planning and executing the training sessions to serve the team tactical development – most coaches don’t make it  Simulate the match situtations in exercises
  • 20. General Introduction Steps in the Development Process (cont.) Practise team tactical positional games in a real high tempo Team efficient speed of action  Quality of the individuals  Positioning of the teammates Glue of the team spirit Problem: lack of professionalism of the leading players -> resist the exercises A good coach demands high tempo and accuracy (game mentality) -> team spirit If you succeed, t he players will make the exercises as their own Success: when team building process (tactically, psychoogically) is mastered to the minutest detail A new face as a coach is usually needed after few years, otherwise the players must be changed periodically (crediblity) Cataloque = frame of reference when regularly working on improving the perfrormance level
  • 21. General Introduction Performance LevelThe building blocks of the most reachable performance level The most negative influences on this: The individual qualities of the - lack of key players - Lack of success players - Negative audience - As much as possible in - Too many changes in trainers compliance with the team - Lack of flexibility in relation to a realistic structure and style of play style of play - Sufficient´ly balanced in game - Negative internal and external factors in mentality/qualities relation to the team building process - Excellent training qualities - Budget problems at the club - Well developed team building - Wrong coach in a wrong place qualities (mental and team - Lack of challenges tactical) - Youth education does not have a center stage - Overestimating and underestimating the opponent
  • 22. The Evolution of Football Introduction Top Coaches  Mario Zagallo (att. style of play)  Helenio Herrera (def. style of play)  Sir Alf Ramsey (the demise of the wing forwards)  Rinus Michels (total and pressure football)  Franz Beckenbauer (5-3-2)  Johan Cruijff (3-4-3)  Louis van Gaal (further development of 3-4-3)  Sir Alex Ferguson  Marcelo Bielsa (argentinian developer of the 4-3-3 -play  Jose Mourinho (players coach)  Josip ”Pep” Guardiola (dev. total and pressure football)
  • 23. The Evolution of Football IntroductionToday’s pressure football- demands team tactical maturity from all players- Total soccer was introduced in the early 70s – now the most applied team tactical strategy- Pressure football is carried out by 11 players, each player has his own task (c.)- The aim is to play in the opposite’s side: press and disturb and prevent build-up as early as possible - Force them to deliver an inaccurate pass or rotate from backwords again to gain time to get organised - Or get the possession on the opponents’s half and make a quick transition Especially well developed in Spain and earlier in England
  • 24. The Evolution of Football IntroductionCombination play/high quality positional play- ”A must”- Individual qualities- Positioning and timing- Passing and timing- Decision-making- Ball-control: give up the ball soon enough - Crucial in the build-up The best team efficient solutions Individual qualities of the players have developed /average level  Higher demands all the time - Team tactical aspects and skills must be taught as early as possible - High quality coaches - Youth educational system - As a whole
  • 25. The Evolution of Football Introduction More speed, higher tempo, more pressure in the opposite’s side, less time - Each coach has to be able to develop a personal style of play - Correct balance is required - Ready made style of play - Tactical changes, variations – developed and practiced beforehand - Entails a lot of training work and tactical talk - Only a skilled coach can do - Theoretically and practically  Incredible difference between the games of the 60’s and 70’s compared to today’s  Especially in the transition and pressing  Speed of play - Individual qualities determine the level of performance - High quality coaches - Modern team building mechanism - Difference between friendly matches and competitive matches
  • 26. Top-Notch Coaches”The evolution can be attributed in the influence of a few coaches(and players), who have innovated new dimensios in the game” Mario ZagalloAttacking style of play- Evolution from the 50’s- WC 1970: 4-2-4- Main focus ín building up and attacking functions- Defensively covering of space instead of opponent - Each player must participate - Pelé, Tostao, Rivelino, Jairzinho Imitated and developed in Holland, and later in Barcelona, and in the teams of Bielsa Risky style – demands high quality players in every line  Players must have been brought up in this style  Lack of Culture  Courage from the coaches – FREEDOM (?!)  A style of lay must be realistic -> success AT THE TOP  Not a product of idealism!
  • 27. Top-Notch Coaches Sir Alf Ramsey – the developer of 4-4-2- Replaced the classical wing attackers with midfield wingers who had also an attacking task Franz Beckenbauer : 5-3-2- Defencive version 5-3-2- Attacking version 3-5-2- Two man-to-man markers in the center- A sweeper who played defensively behind them and offensively in front of them- Defenders in the wings who have duties in the build-up- Must cover the whole field from end line to end line- Cautious style of play- Several possible variations in the build-up and attacking strategies
  • 28. Top-Notch CoachesRinus Michels: total- and pressure football – 4-3-3 Total football (Ajax of the 70’s) - Required actions during the build-up and attack to break through the enforced defenses - The surprise effect continuous changes in positions within and between the three lines - All players may and must take part in the build-up and attack as long as they look after their defensive tasks - Very demanding style of play individually and team tactically - Each player must participatePressure football (Team Holland in the 70’s and ’88) ”The Hunt”- Hunt for the ball, regaining the possession asap- All three lines push up and play close to each other – familiar?- Lots of free space in the own half – vulnerability- Quick transitions when the ball is lost and won- Demands years of team building and choosing players- Demands very much practice of small details – movements and tasks- Positive mentality of each player a PREREQUISITE
  • 29. The Evolution of Football IntroductionMore speed, higher tempo, more pressure in the opposite’s side, less time- Each coach has to be able to develop a personal style of play- Correct balance is required- Ready made style of play- Tactical changes, variations – developed and practiced beforehand - Entails a lot of training work and tactical talk - Only a skilled coach can do - Theoretically and practically Incredible difference between the games of the 60’s and 70’s compared to today’s  Especially in the transition and pressing  Speed of play - Individual qualities determine the level of performance - High quality coaches - Modern team building mechanism - Difference between friendly matches and competitive matches
  • 30. The Ground Rules of The TeamTactical TeamBuilding -Process  Organizational guidelines  Strategical Team Tactical Guidelines  Personal Choice  Strategical Guidelines Per Team Function  Strategic Team Tactical Guidelines
  • 31. Team Tactical Team Building Organizational Guidelines  Organizational forms  Basic Tasks within the Organizational Form  The Balance  The Defensive Team Function as The Starting Point
  • 32. Team Tactical Team Building Strategic Team Tactical Guidelines  Guidelines for the Play-Making Strategy  Guidelines for the Counter Attack Strategy
  • 33. Team Tactical Team Building Strategic Guidelines per Team Function  Defensive Strategies as the Basis  Build Up -Strategies  Attacking Strategies
  • 34. The Ground Rules of the PsychologicalTeamBuilding Process Harmony  The Credibility of the Rules of Conduct – On and Off Coach the Field  Consult Situation Team Hierarchy  Communication Kingdoms  Training Camps Clear Objectives  Atmosphere Common Enemy  Success Culture of the Club  Summarizing Strategy of Confrontation
  • 35. Summarizing  The Corporate World  The Dream  Structural Process  Communication  Dynamics  Credibility  Team Spirit  Guidelines  Leadership
  • 36. The Soccer Learning Process  Guidelines to Each Age Category  5 y old  6-8 y old  10-12 y old  12-14 y old  14-16 y old  16-18 y old  18-21 years old (Final Phase)  Structured Training Sessions  Organization  Gifted and Non-Gifted
  • 37. Translation to the Training Pitch  General Criteria  Organization  Most Common Mistakes Made in Team Tactical Training  Activities That Focus on Team Tactical Assignments  Team Tactical Exercises
  • 38. Team Tactical Exercises  Defensive Cohesiveness in the Defensive Line While Under Attacking Pressure  The Cogwheels of the Team Tactical Training Mechanism  Destrctive TeamTactical Abilities as an Example of a Tactical Training Activity in Defense  Build Up Team Function
  • 39. Perceiving the Value of the TeamBuilding Activities Value added acts Non-value added acts the Style of Play  Arguments between members of The Formation of the Team the team Activities That Focus on Team  External factors Tactical Assignments  Selfishness Make Each Player Fully  Activities Lacking the Team Understand his/her role in the Building Function squad  Team Tactical Exercises Team Tactical Exercises  a Coach Just Exposing Himself

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