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Soccer coach attributes

  1. 1. Prepared by: Antonio Reis Director of Coaching
  2. 2. • The most important factor in a coaches’ career… • Experience? • Knowledge? • Dedication? • Professionalism? • Success?
  3. 3. • The most important factor in a coaches’ career… • Experience? • Knowledge? • Dedication? • Professionalism? • Success?
  4. 4. • The most important factor in a coaches’ career… • Experience? • Knowledge? • Dedication? • Professionalism? • Success?
  5. 5. • The most important factor in a coaches’ career… • Player Experience? • Knowledge as a “top player”? • Love of sports, family, youth, etc.? • Degreed, licensed, etc.? • Developed one or more “top players”?
  6. 6. • The most important factor in a coaches’ career… • Training experience? • Qualifications in sports education? • Love of the game? • Organized, disciplined, liked, etc.? • Winning record ?
  7. 7. IntroductionSoccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Business Plan
  8. 8. IntroductionSoccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Business Plan
  9. 9. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • • • • National Federation Regional Organization League Professional Team • Management Structure • Business Plan
  10. 10. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Coaches are not managers • Club management education is different from coaching education • Player development concepts do not depend on management structure • Business Plan
  11. 11. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Coaches are not managers • Club management education is different from coaching education • Player development concepts do not depend on management structure • Business Plan
  12. 12. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Coaches are not managers • Club management education is different from coaching education • Player development concepts do not depend on management structure • Business Plan
  13. 13. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Coaches are not managers • Club management education is different from coaching education • Player development concepts do not depend on management structure • Business Plan
  14. 14. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Organizational Structure • Corporation • For Profit • Non Profit • Sole Proprietorship • Business Plan
  15. 15. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Organizational Structure • Corporation • For Profit • Non Profit • Sole Proprietorship • Business Plan
  16. 16. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Organizational Structure • Corporation • For Profit • Non Profit • Sole Proprietorship • Business Plan
  17. 17. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Organizational Structure • Corporation • For Profit • Non Profit • Sole Proprietorship • Business Plan
  18. 18. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Organizational Structure • Corporation • For Profit • Non Profit • Sole Proprietorship • Business Plan 1099 contractor arrangements
  19. 19. Soccer Organization (Club) • Affiliation • Management Structure • Business Plan • Competition • Development • Service
  20. 20. Soccer Organization • • • Affiliation Management Structure Business Plan • Competition • • Professional Amateur • Development • • Schools Academies • Service • • • Pay-to-play Camps Tours
  21. 21. Soccer Organization • • • Affiliation Management Structure Business Plan • Competition • • Professional Amateur • Development • • Schools Academies • Service • • • Coach Centric Requirements Pay-to-play Camps Tours Marketing Centric Requirements
  22. 22. Soccer Organization • • • Affiliation Management Structure Business Plan • Competition • • Professional Amateur • Development • • Schools Academies • Service • • • Pay-to-play Camps Tours Can both co-exist in an organization?
  23. 23. Soccer Organization • • • Affiliation Management Structure Business Plan • Competition • • Professional Amateur • Development • • Schools Academies • Service • • • Pay-to-play Camps Tours YES… But it is difficult to market the “service “as an avenue to reach top player
  24. 24. Soccer Organization • • • Affiliation Management Structure Business Plan • Competition • • Professional Amateur • Development • • Schools Academies • Service • • • Pay-to-play Camps Tours Probably not a good MIX
  25. 25. Soccer Competition Structure Excluding Services • Organization (club) always have a top team (s) • • • Provides a “Style-Of-Play” for the organization Provides means and metrics for assessment development Provides the connection with supporters and fans • Structures with multiple “Top Team” are inefficient and problematic • • • Director of Coaching is not a coach… Why is talent diluted in multiple teams? Do players win from the structure? Lowers quality of the play and capacity to compete • Development at lower ages can be independent… can it?
  26. 26. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  27. 27. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  28. 28. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  29. 29. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  30. 30. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  31. 31. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  32. 32. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  33. 33. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  34. 34. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  35. 35. • Competition • Professional • Amateur Soccer competition structure
  36. 36. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies
  37. 37. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies
  38. 38. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Works with all population in a evangelic approach to exposure of the sport’s fundamentals • Academies • Works with the best players optimizing the development of professional players
  39. 39. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Works with all population in a evangelic approach to exposure of the sport’s fundamentals • Academies • Works with the best players optimizing the development of professional players
  40. 40. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  41. 41. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  42. 42. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  43. 43. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  44. 44. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  45. 45. • Competition • Professional • Amateur • Development • Schools • Academies Soccer competition structure
  46. 46. Process Centric Effort • Selling a product to consumers • • • Games Club merchandize A sense of belonging • Improving the value of club assets • • • Player professional development Brand development Social relevance • Player marketing • • • Player identification “Top” player development Development of vertical integration for player development
  47. 47. Education Centric Effort • Reach of the masses • • • Success depends on the number of students Evangelist attitude to the program value The connection with professional organizations • Presentation of concepts • • • Pleasant to the players and parents Materials presented based on progressive skill levels Emphasis on repetition to master the concepts • Evaluation of progress • • • Definition of key performance parameters “Top” player development Development of vertical integration for player development • Product outlet
  48. 48. Yes… • If players are self motivated and self managed within the team structure. • If the entire team has absolute buy in on objectives and tasks. • If the processes are optimized and have a close loop reacting in real time.
  49. 49. Club supporters and fans want a defined club vision.
  50. 50. CUSTOMERS Club supporters and fans want a defined club vision.
  51. 51. Leadership philosophy ENABLES club vision.
  52. 52. • Basic requirements of a “Soccer Coach” • Master assessment of: • • • • Individual team players Team Competition Player development programs • Understanding of strategy development • Leadership skills • • • Team vision Collaboration Engagement
  53. 53. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • • • Competition rankings Player development Professional perception • Club value • Economic value • Fan/supporter perception (market value) • Assessment process • Strategy process
  54. 54. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • • • Competition rankings Player development Professional perception • Club value • Economic value • Fan/supporter perception (market value) • Assessment process • Strategy process All factors have inefficiencies
  55. 55. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • • • Competition rankings Player development Professional perception • Club value • Economic value • Fan/supporter perception (market value)
  56. 56. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • • • Competition rankings Player development Professional perception • Club value • Economic value • Fan/supporter perception (market value)
  57. 57. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • • • Competition rankings Player development Professional perception • Club value • Economic value • Fan/supporter perception (market value)
  58. 58. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • Club value • Assessment process • Assessment team • Assessment tools • Procedures • Training • Metrics • Strategy process
  59. 59. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • Club value • Assessment process • Assessment team • Assessment tools • Procedures • Training • Metrics
  60. 60. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • Club value • Assessment process • Strategy process • Strategy is a mandate… • Upper management • Club supporters ($$$) • Fans • Club objectives • Resources • Players • Infrastructure
  61. 61. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • Club value • Assessment process • Strategy process • Strategy is a mandate… • Upper management • Club supporters ($$$) • Fans • Club objectives • Resources
  62. 62. • Key performance indicators of a “Soccer Coach” • Team performance • Club value • Assessment process • Strategy process
  63. 63. reis_antonio_la@yahoo.com

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