Welcome one. Welcome all. It is with great pleasure that we invite you into our brand-new course – Introduction to Football Analysis. While the word “introduction” finds itself placed in our course title, this opportunity is suitable for anyone with any degree of analytical background – from beginners to experts. The important part is that you are here to learn. You are here to take your footballing knowledge, your footballing craft, to the next level.
Whether you want to become a Performance Analyst for a pro club, a top level tactics writer, or simply just expand your knowledge to show your friends how much smarter you are in conversation, this course will teach you everything you need to know. In fact, I’m going to be teaching you EVERYTHING I’ve learned in the past decade working in the game – as a coach, analyst, technical director, podcaster, writer, and website CEO. That my friends, is priceless; and will be a huge time saver toward your development. But who am I?
INTRODUCTION TO FOOTBALL ANALYSIS – AN ONLINE COURSE WITH RHYS DESMOND
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Introduction to Football Analysis – Online Course with Rhys Desmond
Do you want to work in football analysis, either for a website or professional club? Do you want to enhance your tactical and analytical understanding, and develop your craft on the quest to becoming a football expert? Then this course is for you! Course attendees will achieve the following rewards and benefits!
-> Develop a greater understanding of football tactics, and the various forms of analysis.
-> Learn strategies for conducting top-tier football analysis, and how to separate yourself from the pack in creating insightful pieces in performance analysis, scouting & recruitment, match analysis and data analysis.
-> Set yourself up for a career in analysis and learn valuable tips for getting started in the industry.
-> Gain new networks and connections within the football industry, while learning from a leading expert in the field.
MORE FROM THIS COURSE!
We are now halfway through the Introduction to Football Analysis course, and it’s time for you to put your skills to the test.
We are finally here! We have arrived to the penultimate moment of this course. The ninetieth minute, if you will. But before we come to a final curtain close, we’re going into extra time to have you work on a real life application of your learnings in this course. Here’s how it works…
Trying to capture everything imaginable when watching a football match remains an impossible endeavour. But simultaneously, trying to capture absolutely nothing beyond the first glance won’t necessarily yield great results in your task to remember important information and events. So as part of our Introduction to Football Analysis course, I’m going to be teaching you my entire process of taking notes from start to finish.
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