STREET FOOTBALL - Pro Skills Coaching

CREATIVE MULTI SKILLS BY MARK SENIOR, OWNER BACKGROUND PRO SKILLS WORK IN SCHOOLS

DELIVERING PE, ASC, CAMPS UEFA B/ A LICENCE PREP MANCHESTER UNITED ACADEMY U6-8 FORMER BFD CITY U7,10, 12, 16, Yth Team, Reserves coach MULTI SKILLS AND PARTICIPANT DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL CPD COACH Introduction The Idea: To combine knowledge

To provide information To improve coaching To increase enjoyment levels To improve the learning environment To improve progression To develop young people HANDBALL CPD COURSE AND CROSS OVER LEARNING WHAT SKILLS ARE CROSS INTO OTHER SPORTS AND VICE VERSA? LEVEL PLAYING FIELD ONE OF THE BEST GAMES FOR DEVELOPING A MULTI SPORT STUDENT

Physical Literacy the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for maintaining purposeful physical pursuits/activities throughout the lifecourse Whitehead (2013) How? (practical)

COMPLEX LEARNING Culture that breeds success Why do these places do so well? Finger and thumb practice does cant exist? Do Coaches produce players?

The best coach I ever had was.myself (Michael Jordan) WHAT ASPECTS OF THE GAME NEED COACHING? HOW DO WE TEACH/ COACH TO DEVELOP? COMMAND, DISCOVERY OR LAISSEZ FAIRE?

IF I MAKE A MISTAKE DO I NEED TO BE TOLD? IF THE ENVIRONMENT IS RIGHT THEN THE PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE NO FEAR OF EXPERIMENTING! Train the Body and the BRAIN! Successful Sport Professionals: 1.Choose and maintain a positive attitude. 2.Maintain a high level of self-motivation. 3.Set high, realistic goals. 4.Deal effectively with people.

5.Use positive self-talk. 6.Use positive mental imagery. 7.Manage anxiety effectively. 8.Manage their emotions effectively. 9.Maintain concentration Covered in the course Pre activity? Creative thinking Learning Creative skills Problem solving

games Environment and culture The game Feedback PRACTICAL SESSION PRE, BALL EACH, PAIRS, 4S Pre Game/ Session Activity Warm Up?

Mental rehearsal Do we need to warm up? Research? Visualisation Habits Whats in the session/ game? Realistic practice Good use of time

"Before a game when all the noise is happening around him, Zola sits in the corner and remembers when he used to play football in the hills of Sardinia, where he was born. He remembers the sheer joy of football and that is what is important." Malcolm Cook Self talk Motivation

Imagination Role Play See a picture Scanning Observing the opposition Handball CPD Course Started 19th Century GB Started ? After receiving the ball, players can pass, keep possession, or shoot the ball.

If possessing the ball, players must dribble (similar to a basketball dribble), or can take up to three steps for up to three seconds at a time without dribbling. No attacking or defending players other than the defending goalkeeper are allowed to touch the floor of the goal area (within six metres of the goal). A shot or pass in the goal area is valid if completed before touching the floor. Goalkeepers are allowed outside the goal area, but are not allowed to cross the goal area boundary with the ball in their hands. The ball may not be passed back to the goalkeeper when they are positioned in the goal area. Notable scoring opportunities can occur when attacking players jump into the goal area. For example, an attacking player may catch a pass while launching inside the goal area, and then shoot or pass before touching the floor. Doubling

occurs when a diving attacking player passes to another diving team-mate. Skills required Dribbling 3 steps and bounce Passing how and at what speed/ height?

Parts of body anything above knee but conventionally hands Hand eye coordination Goalkeepers can save with feet as well Movements 3 steps or 3 seconds Awareness and speed of thought Typical fouls Reaching around a player Pushing Tripping

Jumping into Creative players Told or Allowed? Which players change the game? Practical creative skills and cross crawling creativity

98% 32% 10% 2% Why do we lose creativity? Ken Robinson schools kill creativity Intelligence tests predict

only a small part of what makes people successful. Questioning: not giving the answer even though you know it! What if the defender changes position? What can your players do there? Show me? What will happen if the angle changes? What else could you do? Can you come up with a way that?

How can our team keep possession here? Lead to the answer dont give it! Divergent thinking.. Sport? Practical small sided Coaching Sessions Learners need inspiring, fun, challenging appropriate to their

developmental needs. Intro & Pre Activity Games Skill Learnin g

SESSION STRUCTURE How do I structure the session? Do I need to plan? What outcomes in the players development are we aiming for? Have the players got the opportunity to change the practice, adapt and progress it? Can I deliver and is it realistic? What are they actually learning?

Typical Learning Session game Mental developm ent The player( s) Problem

solving Skill learning Example formational play FORMATION/ SHAPE. Offence Left and right wingman. These typically are fast players who excel at

ball control and wide jumps from the outside of the goal perimeter in order to get into a better shooting angle at the goal. Teams usually try to occupy the left position with a right-handed player and vice versa. Left and right backcourt. Goal attempts by these players are typically made

by jumping high and shooting over the defenders. Thus, it is usually advantageous to have tall players with a powerful shot for these positions. Centre backcourt. A player with experience is preferred on this position who acts as playmaker and the handball equivalent of a basketball point guard. Pivot (left and right, if applicable). This player tends to intermingle with the defence, setting picks and attempting to disrupt the defence's formation. This positions requires the least jumping skills; but ball control and physical strength are an advantage. Defence Far left and far right. The opponents of the wingmen. Half left and half right. The opponents of the left and right backcourts. Back center (left and right). Opponent of the pivot. Front center. Opponent of the center backcourt, may also be set against

another specific backcourt player Developing free thinking players Confidence Motivated Culture Parents/ carers Step by step Progression to higher levels/ age groups Dont judge anyone Lots of play

Lots of mistakes and experiments WAVES - practical 1. FIRST WAVE Defenders not around area counter attack at pace 2. SECOND WAVE - Defenders back in position in some shape look for overload 3. THIRD WAVE All defenders back in

shape keep ball , moving, look for gaps, patience Defending 6-0 3-3 Drop back, protect area wait for mistake to counter attack

Pressing man to man tactic 5-1 Press the ball player Think how you learn the best DO KIDS NEED TROPHIES AND MEDALS? LOOK AT THE DIAGRAM ABOVE

The future? Questions/ Debate? Any Questions? Points? Feedback? Thank you!

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