How to do football match analysis

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How to do football match analysis

  1. 1. Submitted By tonys-soccer-school.com. Plese vote this was helpfull at the bottom. Thankyou These are the headings and sub headings of things you look for in Match analysis. If you are at a high or good level of coaching you need to understand this and use this method. How To Analise A Game When we observe the test game we must look for: TEAM STRUCTURE (FORMATION) a. Number of forwards i. Central ii. Wide b. Midfield Composition i. Number of Midfielders ii. Their roles in game c. Back players i. How many ii. Sweeper and his role iii. Who comes forward d. Goalkeepers i. Presence in game ii. Strengths/weaknesses ATTACKING TENDENCIES Direct/Indirect Territory Possession Team Shape Game makers (playmakers/schemers) How do they get the ball? Who do they get it from? Where and why are they effective? Are they left or right footed? What type of service do they provide? Main goal scorer How does he score? Where from (what range)?
  2. 2. What type of service does he prefer? Ball played to feet or space? Who provides the service & where from? Patterns of runs Players in each third will have certain patterns How are they dangerous to our defending method? Goalkeepers Distribution Restarts Free kick specialist Type of shot Range Targets for headers Restart tendencies Shoot ball or multiple touches (free kicks) Corners – near/far post, or short, etc. Does their game change depending on: Goal up Goal down Tie needing result Time of the game Player being set off (either team) KEY PLAYERS AND HOW THEY EFFECT THE GAME Why Number Role DEFENDING TENDENCIES Number of back players Playing with a sweeper
  3. 3. Midfield composition Number in midfield Static defensive midfielder Role of forwards in defending Do they track back players, if so which ones? How many? High or Low pressure defending Where will they begin to confront us? All over field Edge of middle third Pressure points vs. Pressure pockets Team Shape Man-to-man marking, zone or combination Which methods in which areas Will their man mark my key players? Restarts Are they slow or quick to organize? Strengths & weaknesses we should be aware of Goalkeeper Positional tendencies Physical make up Handling Does the game change depending on: Goal up Goal down Tie needing result Time of the game Player being set off (either team)
  4. 4. RESTARTS Attacking Defending OVERALL STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES Speed Overall team speed Individual speed by position Size Overall team size Individual size by position Technical / Tactical abilities Overall team Individuals How do the above three affect our attacking and defending? ADJUSTMENTS MADE (due to: score, time of game, cautions/ejection’s, etc. Were they coach or player driven adjustments? These are Free Reviews Please say you enjoyed this review by Voting it costs nothing. Thankyou Tony FA COACH tonys-soccer-school.com

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