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Football Coach | Claudio Roberto

  1. 1. FOOTBALL COACH | CLAUDIO ROBERTO
  2. 2. 2 MACAU LEAGUE | BEST COACH | 2017
  3. 3. 3 PROFILE © Name: Claudio Roberto Silveira © Age: 41 years © Passport: YC 423960 © Nationality: Brazilian © Experience International: Clubs and National Team/Asian. Web Oficial: claudioroberto.com.br
  4. 4. 4 CV PROFESSIONAL CLUBS: 2009 – JAGUARÉ SPORT CLUB/BRASIL 2010 – CN. MARCÍLIO DIAS/BRASIL 2011/12/13 – EC. ÁGUIA NEGRA/BRASIL 2013 – SRI LANKA NATIONAL TEAM 2014 – CENE/BRASIL 2015 – CORUMBAENSE FC/BRASIL 2016/17 – CD.MONTE CARLO/MACAU-CHINA
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  10. 10. COACH PERCEPTION VALUES Depending on the references determines how one trains and how one plays. "Show me how you play, I'll tell you who you are”
  11. 11. THE COACH’S CONCEPTS OF THE GAME Concept: If the Coach knows clearly how he wants the team to play and what behavior he wants his players to adopt, both personally and collectively, then the game will be more structured, organized, directed and controlled. 11
  12. 12.  ATTACK  TRANSITION - LOSS  DEFENSE  TRANSITION - GAIN  PRINCIPLES: Organization and communication needed for a standard team behavior pattern. CONCEPTS 12
  13. 13. Football 5 moments Actions the Ball Stops! OFFENSIVE TRANSITION OFFENSIVE ORGANIZATION DEFENSIVE ORGANIZATION DEFENSIVE TRANSITION
  14. 14. GAME MOMENTS  Transition offensive or defensive.  At the moment the team gets possession of the ball, the principal objective is to take advantage of the opponents disorganization and rapidly advance towards the goal.  If this is not possible, then the main objective must be to get the ball away from the pressure zone.  These are the two solutions the team can take when retrieving the ball. 14
  15. 15. GAME MOMENTS Offensive Organization With possession of the ball, it’s very important to create many possibilities for scoring a goal. It’s important to use the space well in relation to the team and the opponent, or in other words, the team should be positioned well and pass the ball well, making rapid circulation of the ball. 15
  16. 16. GAME MOMENTS Offensive transition or attack to defense transition At the moment the team loses possession of the ball, the objective is to quickly organize the defense, thus preventing the opponent creating possibilities for scoring a goal. 16
  17. 17. GAME MOMENTS Defensive Organization When the team is without the ball, the main objective is to prevent goals or situations that may allow a goal to be scored. It should not be forgotten that the team should have a well positioned defense, forming a compact block with the lines very close together. 17
  18. 18. GAME PRINCIPLES  Attack;  Opening spaces  Generating superiority  Keeping possession of the ball  Defense;  Closing spaces  Generating superiority  Retrieving the ball 18
  19. 19. GAME ORGANIZATION Constructing a pattern of play HARMONIZING SOME CONCEPTS 19
  20. 20. STRUCTURES DYNAMICS: 1x4x4x2, 1x4x3x3, 1x4x2x3x1 20 Time – Space - RythmPosition references
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  22. 22. CHANGE POSITIONS CLOSED - OPEN 22
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  24. 24. CREATING SPACES Width and Depth 24
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  26. 26. FOOTBALL: GAME OF INTERACTION 26
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