Coaching Philosophies Guide

Struggling to know how to communicate your ideas about the game in a succinct format? Our ‘Coaching Philosophies Guide’ will help you to know what you need to consider when building the perfect team environment, and will allow you to nail down your thoughts about how and who you want to be as a coach.

Our guide comes with my own Coaching Philosophies as an example for how you can structure your own. This can be purchased for just $2.99, as part of our continued attempt to make our content as accessible as possible.

COACHING PHILOSOPHIES GUIDE $2.99 CAD

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4-3-3 GAME MODEL EXAMPLE – $4.99

Game Model Example: 3-1-4-2 – $4.99

To learn more about game models and the art of putting things into your own context, see our two podcasts with Sam Holmshaw.

-> Creating a Game Model – with Sam Holmshaw – TMS Podcast
-> Sam Holmshaw – Why everything in coaching needs to fit your context


DON’T MISS OUT…

Intro to Analysis – Half-Time Team Talk

We are now halfway through the Introduction to Football Analysis course, and it’s time for you to put your skills to the test.

Final Project – Introduction to Analysis Course

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…

How to take notes when watching football

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.

Copyright and intellectual property rights in football writing & analysis

Let’s be clear. Educational / ‘fair use’ is not copying someone’s words and claiming them as your own. What is the point in being a content creator if you’re not going to create content? What is the point in being a content creator if you’re not going to have original ideas? We are all biased by our experiences, and we are all welcome to echo others and use the work of others as inspiration for our own ideas. But there is line that must not be crossed, and as soon as it’s crossed, the wolves are welcome to come out.

Find me a player for…

One of the most commonly used scouting tools today is to find a similar comparison to an already existing professional player. This is used as a useful way of sizing up a player, and identifying their strengths, weaknesses, skillsets, and style of play in relation to a known quantity. But we must remember that a range of topics go into any recruitment scenario, in our quest to find the best fit. In this article, as part of our Introduction to Football Analysis course, we detail how to ‘Find a player for ___’.

Social media management in football analysis

Where would I be without sharing my work on Twitter? Absolutely nowhere. I wouldn’t be helping anyone, and I wouldn’t have the strong following that I’ve developed across the site. Twitter is responsible for approximately 1,000 views on my site per day, and where I’ve had some of the best football conversations I’ve ever had. So today, I’m going to be sharing my best tips and tricks to managing a social media account in football analysis, and how to get the most out of your experience.

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