One of the key factors in team and player development is to have a clear and well-defined club philosophy, and to reinforce this philosophy with video feedback, data analysis & a pre-defined set off expirations on a team and individual level.
This course will provide you insights into why it’s important to have a playing philosophy and demonstrates how one can be built and reinforced. Using videos and examples from professional teams around the World, this course will teach you how to do this with your team or club no matter what resources you have available.
This course includes:
- Introduction to playing philosophies and why they are important
- Examples of playing philosophies
- Case study – Red Bull Football Group
- Building your own playing philosophy
- Building a match analysis process
- Feedback from match analysis and philosophy reinforcement
- Lectures 20
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1.5 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 147
- Assessments Yes
Why Do We Need A Playing Philosophy 7
Example Philosophy - Red Bull Football Group 2
What Makes up a Playing Philosophy 1
Why Measurements are important 5
Building a post game report 1
Feedback to players 2
Phenomenal course by Oliver! Oliver takes a high level approach to discuss not only the importance of creating a philosophy to build around but giving you the building blocks on how to implement and measure this philosophy over the long term with your team club. After this course I feel far better prepared to all my processes as a coach, from giving feedback to players, how I analyze our performance after a match and as well as how to determine if we were successful in our goals or not. Looking forward to more material from Oliver!
Too little info
In many subject is only presented with few minutes video. When video is interesting, then it ends and leaves you with empty hands, you are only with your multiple questions but no any answers. Subject is must intresting, but how it is presented it's not so well builded. So I could say, too little info from important subject.