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Az Alkmaar presentatie Finland

  1. 1. Tervetuloa esittely! Innovation in football AZ Nuorten Akatemia Innovaatioita jalkapallo
  2. 2. Introduction Innovation in football Caspar Dekker Trainer U.14 40 years Marijn Beuker Football Development 26 years
  3. 3. Couple of questions Innovation in football 1. What do you want to achieve/learn during this seminar? 2. What is the priority of a youth academy or is it suppost to be? Educating or winning. 3. A youth academy has to be…? Team-oriented or individual-oriented
  4. 4. My personal objective Innovation in football • Inform and inspire! • The future of talent development and talent recognition.
  5. 5. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  6. 6. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  7. 7. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  8. 8. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  9. 9. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  10. 10. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  11. 11. Quick introduction of AZ Alkmaar Innovation in football
  12. 12. Video Innovation in football Short video of the academy
  13. 13. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Philosophy of educating
  14. 14. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football The most important thing is to make a uniform philosophy that is supported by everyone in the club. • • • • • Technical Director Acadamy Director Trainers Players Enviroment
  15. 15. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football
  16. 16. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Step 1: Intentions of the Football Philosophy Attacking: • We use passing for moving the ball, instead of a dribble or attacking move. • Fast ball circulation (maximum 2 passes). • Make triangles. • Choose position from behind the opponent.
  17. 17. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Step 2: Parameters • Describe the technical, tactical, physical and mental preferences in a position.
  18. 18. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Right/Left attacking midfielder Central Defender Height CMJ Jump FT% 0-10 0-30 ISRT > 55% Quicker then 1.68 sec. Quicker then 4.00 sec. > 130 trajecten Higher then 1.85 cm > 40 cm > 50% Quicker then 1.72 sec. Quicker then 4.15 sec. > 120 trajecten Pass test - High Choosing position Vision action with ball Vision in others Cope with change High High High High -
  19. 19. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Step 3: Basic tasks • Simple and independant tasks. • Describe the positional area.
  20. 20. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football
  21. 21. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football
  22. 22. Philosophy of educating Innovation in football Step 4: Intentions of the Youth Development • Make exercises football real and based on the basic tasks/playstyle • Technical; lots of repetitions, lots of tempo changes and many other circumstances in the exercises when you train technique. • Tactical; Challenge players to make own choices, prefer to do it in a compact space • Coach and encourage on what goes well, avoid negative coaching.
  23. 23. Object tracking Innovation in football Object tracking
  24. 24. Object tracking Innovation in football How can we measure the development of our players? How can we judge a player during the game? • Trainer? Subjective or objective? • Endterms • Video-analysis • Object-tracking
  25. 25. Object tracking Innovation in football
  26. 26. Object tracking Innovation in football
  27. 27. Object tracking Innovation in football
  28. 28. Object tracking Innovation in football
  29. 29. MBTI/Individual coaching Innovation in football MBTI/Individual coaching
  30. 30. MBTI/Individual coaching Innovation in football How can we coach every individual player in his own best way? • Iceberg-theory • Conscious behavior or unconscious behavior? • Motives • Generation characteristics • Cultural characteristics
  31. 31. MBTI/Individual coaching Innovation in football What is the unconscious behavior of the player? • How does the player draw energy? Extraversion or introversion. • How does the player gather information? Sensing or intuition. • How does the player make decisions? Thinking or feeling. • What is the lifestyle of the player? Judgemental or perceptive.
  32. 32. MBTI/Individual coaching Innovation in football How do we use this in practical sessions? • How does he set goals? • What is his time perception? • How does he learn? • What are his key qualities? • How does he coöp with stress?
  33. 33. Digital database Innovation in football Digital database
  34. 34. Digital database Innovation in football • New way of extra communication. • Keeping players and parents every day up-to-date • Development overview through the years • Interactieve way of video-analysis View the database
  35. 35. Development in talent recognition Innovation in football Development in talent recognition
  36. 36. Development in talent recognition Innovation in football • Piramide-model, start with a large number of young players • Assist and educate every amateurclub in the region. • 3 different levels. • Regional AZ Soccer Schools • AZ Online Soccer School View the AZ Online Soccer School
  37. 37. The end! Innovation in football Kysymykset? AZ Nuorten Akatemia Thank you for your attention!

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