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  • 1. SFA Directors Award FOREIGN STUDY Graeme Robertson Jimmy Lindsay
  • 2. NEC NIJMEGEN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
  • 3. Soccer Wim Rip TRAINERS HEAD OF ACADEMY WIM RIP HEAD OF ACADEMY IDDO ROSCHER Scouting Tom Cillessen Study Wim Rip Medical Sander Van Dijk Scouts General Ernst Gentenaar Homework Mentors Physio Co–Ordin Drivers
  • 4. The Management of the NEC Youth Programme
    • PHILOSOPHY / OBJECTIVES
    • Educate the player as person first
    • Developing the player is more important than winning the game
    • Indivdual interests count the most
    • Make player stronger Mentally
    • Hunger and Desire to Succeed as a Player
    • Only Paid when Achieved Pro Contract
    • 1 Million euros Per Season Budget for Youth
  • 5. FACILITIES De Goffert 1st Team Youth Development Training Pitches 13,500 capacity
  • 6. SQUADS A1 Under 19's B1 Under 17's C1 Under 15's C2 Under 13's D1 Under 12's D Under 11's
  • 7. A1 Under 19's Strive for top Achievements Extend and perfect tactical skills Individual Team Position Maintaing Technical Skills SUB - TARGETS ANTON JANSSEN
  • 8. Learning to win the match Perfect technical skills Extend and perfect tactical skills Individual Team Position B1 Under 17's SUB - TARGETS
  • 9. D1 Under 12's Approaching the match Developing technical skills D Under 11's Learning by playing improve technical skills SUB - TARGETS SUB - TARGETS
  • 10. Links from Youth to 1st Team Wim Rip Head of Youth with Graeme MUST have 2 players each season into 1st Team.
  • 11. UEFA Compensation for this Lad who is Only 16yrs not even reached 1st team and still Amter. Liam Brady was over at NEC. NACER BARAZITE 27/05/1990 ARSENAL FC Paying this to Nec 160,000 Euros 12,000 euros for every training / education year with NEC NIJMEGEN PROMISING TALENT
  • 12. 4 **** Certificate NEC are only one of the top 9 clubs with this Award, based on 150 Criteria Points.
  • 13. EXAMPLE
    • Ajax get more Points for Selling Young Players.
    • Nec Nijmegen more on Education, although they’ve just sold young lad to Arsenal FC
  • 14.
    • Parent / Player told at start not all will achieve the level
    • Assessments done, written feedback on progress 4 times
    • 80 Players attend local Secondary School, 12yrs upwards
    • Attendance Records and School work all on File at Club
    • All Players Register as Amateur
    The Management of the NEC Youth Programme PARENTS EVENINGS / HOME LINKS SET – UP IS UNIQUE TO NEC NIJMEGEN
  • 15. COACHING CURRICULUM Coaches have more than Parents CONTACT TIME CONTENT Of SESSIONS
    • Technique work very important / REPITITION OF DRILLS
    • Young Players Train Every day 5 TIMES a Week
    • Coaches discuss and deliver ie Passing, Possession etc.
    • Once a week 4 Coaches / 4 Stations / 4 weeks / INDIVIDUAL WORK
    • Can only move after Level is Achieved .
    HIGH STANDARD REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES
  • 16. Number Of Games
    • 5 sessions / 1 Game / Saturday or Sunday
    • Age 11 -14 Play Regional
    • Arrange competition Games ie Ajax, PSV
    • 15 upwards / play just top teams
    • Total Games 30 / 40
  • 17.
    • Ajax Youth Academy is World Famous
    • Goal ! to turn talent into Top Players
    • Only the Very Best Succeed
    Youth Academy Arena
  • 18. Talent Identification PLAYERS OVER 30 TEAMS .... IN FIVE COUNTRIES BELGUIM GHANA SOUTH AFRICA UNITED STATES HOLLAND ALTHOUGH CULTURES AND COUNTRIES VARY THE AJAX PHILOSOPHY REMAINS THE SAME
  • 19. Talent ID Players PLAYERS PLAYERS
  • 20. AJAX AMSTERDAM OPENED THIS SATELLITE ACADEMY IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 2000 AJAX CAPETOWN RUNS THE SAME SYSTEM AND STRUCTURE ALL COACHES FROM SA ARE IN- SERVICED IN HOLLAND AND MUST COACH THE AJAX WAY ALL TEAMS “MUST PLAY” THE AJAX SYSTEM
  • 21. TEAM VIST AJAX CAPETOWN UNDER 13’s WERE IN TOWN EXAMPLE : 1O DAYS INCLUDED THE FOLLOWING
    • TRAINING AT ACADEMY AND BEING ASSESSED BY AJAX COACHES
    • PLAYING AGAINST THE HOME BASED AJAX U13’s
    • REPRESENTING AJAX IN U13’s TOURNAMENT IN FRANCE
  • 22. PLAYER ID MICHAEL KWONG
  • 23. Player ID Video
  • 24. STANTON LEWIS (U19) TALENT IDENTIFICATION Lewis and Woodington joins AFC Ajax list Stanton Lewis and Coburn Woodington, players from the Ajax Cape Town Reserve side, has been added to the list of players who are set to undergo trials at the club's mother club, Ajax Amsterdam, at the end of this month.
  • 25. Ajax America OPENED 2004 *Ajax America is the newest of all Ajax Academies *Aim/to develop players through Ajax’s system *Academy operates from 1 st july to 31 st May * Includes 65 Professional training sessions *Players attend locally based academy school
  • 26. TALENT IDENTIFICATION Bobby Wood U13’s Kovi Konoviecki Represented the best young players in America at Ajax Amsterdam for a 2-week period of scouting a professional trial.  Both boys finished their 2-week trial with a game in which they each scored a goal and an assist in their team’s win. “ Bobby and Kovi are outstanding young soccer players and prove young American players are as good as their European counterparts” said Barry Hulshoff Ajax Technical Director
  • 27. TALENT IDENTIFICATION Ajax America Players Andrew Brody U10 and Nicholas Zaldana U9 Based from Florida
  • 28. Ajax American Players Bradley Stevens Defender Age 15 Tre Perry Midfielder Age 15 Ajax’s U16 players now considered two of the best players in the country at their age U16’s Stevens and Perry play up an age, due to their skill levels .  “Both Brad and Tre work very hard, and we are all pleased that they are being recognized by others around the country ,” said U-16 coach David Bardsley.  Bardsley had a stellar playing career in England, and now coaches both Stevens and Perry at Ajax. 
  • 29. STAFF IN - SERVICE
    • AJAX PHILOSOPHY
    • COACHING METHODS ( DISCIPLINED APPROACH )
    • STYLE OF PLAY ( OFFENSIVE 4-3-3 )
    • TEAM TACTICS ( CREATIVE, VISION & ATTRACTIVE )
    • IN HOUSE COACHES ( ASSESSED EVERY 4 WEEKS
    • SATELLITE COACHES ( ON VISIT TO ACADEMY )
  • 30. NEW STAFF OF AJAX, MAY 2006 HEAD COACH HENK TEN CATE ASSISTANT COACH HENNIE SPIJKERMAN ASSISTANT COACH ALFONS GROENENDIJK GOALKEEPING COACH FRED GRIM
  • 31. STAFF IN - SERVICE The Ajax Coaches In service Package gives soccer coaches an opportunity to observe Ajax professionals as they train aspiring young Ajax soccer players. Coaches observe each session on the field, during film, and in the classroom. With an emphasis on interaction to further education, guest coaches attending the school have access to Ajax instructors during the week of school.
    • AJAX JOURNAL WORKBOOK
    • ON- FIELD OBSERV ATION
    • OF AJAX TRAINING
    • CLASSROOM SESSIONS
    • FILM SESSIONS
  • 32. EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY LINKS
    • SCHOOL PROGRAMME FROM AGE 12
    • NEC ALSO HAVE IN – HOUSE EDUCATION
    • SCHOOL TIMETABLE
    • TRANSPORT FROM HOME TO SCHOOL
  • 33. AGE GROUPS THAT STARTS THEIR EDUCATION PROGRAMME * UNDER 11s 16 PLAYERS * UNDER 12s 16 PLAYERS * UNDER 13s 16 PLAYERS * UNDER 15s 16 PLAYERS * UNDER 17s 16 PLAYERS * UNDER 19s 16 PLAYERS 10 Mini Buses Transport them from home to school
  • 34. SCHOOL TIMETABLE The High School is 2 min walk from the Academy and NEC pay the School for every player and also the extra Tutoring for session lost when training. TIME VENUE 7.30am Pick up from Home 8.30am Arrive at School 10.30am Leave for Training 12.30pm Finish Training 1.30pm Arrive back at School 3.30pm School Finish (Tutor) 5.00pm Leave for Home 6.00pm Arrive Back Home
  • 35. THE END PRODUCTED FROM THE ACADEMY PROCESS JEFFREY LEWAKABESSEY Club: NEC Youth Academy Age: 23/02/1981 Debut: 2nd May 1999 v Utrecht Appearances: 121
  • 36. SUMMARY A CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF THE YOUTH SYSTEM Nacer Barazite 27/05/1990 (16) STILL IN THE EDUCATION PROGRAMME, BUT HAS JUST BEEN TRANSFERRED TO ARSENAL FC FOR: £130,000 POUNDS
  • 37. Psychology
    • Players Welfare
    • Behavior in School
    • Players Backgound
  • 38. Physical Preparation
    • Core – Work
    • Weights
    • Fast – Feet
    • Aerobic
    • Healthy Eating
    • Sport / Science Programme