Bridgwater Town U18's StructurePresentation Transcript
Bridgwater Town U18’s
Bridgwater Town U18 Aim
To develop and inspire the best young footballers in the area, with the focus on technical, tactical and self awareness skills.
“ A coach cannot guarantee success, he can only create an environment whereby the chance of success is increased”
A lot going on eh?! Friday – Active Rest / Flexibility
How will we ensure that the aims are met without player fatigue, motivation, and lack of development occurring?
Player and Staff Reflection
Relevant Sessions (No aimless running around pitches)
Strength and Conditioning embedded into sessions (Fundamental movements, S.A.Q)
Player Analysis for one team once a week (We have just secured Notational Analysis deal)
This will make ensure that you are progressing to relevant level and set goals ( England Colleges, County, Semi-Professional Football, Academy, 1 st Team )
19 th July 2011
Trials and 1 st Training Session (All required to attend)
25 th July 2011
BTFC U18’s Pre-Season Training Commences
5 th September 2011
First League Game of Season
27 th June and 29 th June 2011
Senior Pre-Season Commences
1 st June
What happens if I am playing for the college on the Wednesday and we have a game Wednesday evening?
All home fixtures have been scheduled to play on Monday evening. Other fixtures may be on a Tuesday or Thursday evening.
If we have 22+ players signed on, will I get a game?
Yes. It will be rare the players play 90 minutes for all sides more than 1-2 weeks in a row. The idea is to rotate players as much as possible. You need to be peaking around March – May 2012 so this process will assist in that process.
If I do the player monitoring and reflection sheets, that will take up loads of my time
No. We (All coaches involved) have worked had to make the process both developmental and easy to manage. You will complete the player monitoring form every week on a Monday. The player reflections shall be monthly and may be focussed on one particular area.