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By HOLGER OSIECK

Head of FIFA Technical Department

2006 fifa world cup germany the technical report by holger osieck head of fifa technical department
2006 FIFA WORLD CUP GERMANY THE TECHNICAL REPORTBy Holger Osieck Head of FIFA Technical Department
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The FIFA Technical Study Group

Holger Osieck, Andy Roxburgh, Jozef Venglos, György Mezey, Francisco Maturana, Teofilo Cubillas, Jim Selby, Rodrigo Kenton, Alvin Corneal, Kim Chon Lim, Ka-Ming Kwok, Kalusha Bwalya, Roy Hodgson, Roger Milla

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WHY ?
  • A Record
  • The Trends
  • Innovations
  • Talking Points
  • Development Implications
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WHO ?
  • Practising Coaches
  • Technical Directors
  • Coach Educators
  • Referees
  • Officials/Media/Public
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Effectivity and success of team formations:
  • structure of a team
  • balance within a team
  • efficient use of players‘ potential
key elements
Key Elements
  • Zonal Back 4
  • Three-man defence
  • Screening players
  • Wide midfielders
  • Wingers
  • Creative Midfielders
  • Twin strikers
  • Lone striker
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Playing formations used:

19 teams:

  • 4-4-2 : zonal back four

two midfield screens or midfield diamond

two strikers

7 teams:

  • 4-5-1 : zonal back four

one or two midfield screens

lone striker

1 team :

  • 4-3-3: zonal back four

three-man midfield

two wingers ,one centre forward

5 teams :

  • 3-5-2: zonal back three

five-man-midfield

two strikers

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  • Brazil
  • 4-4-2
  • two midfield screens

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  • Argentina
  • 4-4-2
  • midfield diamond

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  • Czech Rep.
  • 4-5-1
  • one midfield screen

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  • Côte d‘Ivoire
  • 4-5-1
  • two midfield screens

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  • Netherlands
  • 4-3-3
  • three-man midfield
  • two wingers
  • one centre forward

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  • Japan
  • 3-5-2
  • back three
  • five-man midfield
  • two strikers

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Adaptationand changes in knock-out phase:

Defense:

  • more cautious approach
  • more compact defensive block to avoid goal against
  • disadvantage at passive offside position

Attack:

  • combination play
  • reduced counter-attacking opportunities
  • flank attacks
  • solos
  • long range shooting
  • set plays
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Italy

  • excellent tactical adaptability during the tournament and in games
  • outstanding goalkeeper (Buffon)
  • compact defensive block (Cannavaro)
  • attacking full-backs

(Zambrotta,Grosso)

  • constructive build up (Pirlo)
  • set plays
  • determination and winning mentality (Gattuso)

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FRANCE

  • constant improvement throughout the tournament
  • well organised and balanced tactical set-up.
  • efficient defensive block (Thuram,Makelele)
  • dynamic midfield play (Vieira)
  • Creativity (Zidane)
  • Individual quality upfront (Henry)
  • assured combination play
  • pace in attack
  • set plays

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  • Germany
  • 4-4-2
  • excellent goalkeeping
  • solid defense
  • overlapping fullback (Lahm)
  • influential midfielder (Ballack)
  • link midfield to front (Schneider)
  • off-the ball moving upfront
  • instinct for goals (Klose)
  • collective play
  • rapid transition defense to attack and vice versa
  • outstanding fitness)

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  • PORTUGAL
  • compact defence (Ricardo Carvalho/Costinha)
  • effective full-backs
  • midfield link to attack (Maniche)
  • creativity (Deco)
  • pace and dribbling skills on flanks (Figo/ C.Ronaldo)
  • good links between team lines
  • rapid transition defense to attack
  • soloists
  • long range shooting

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goals scored
goals scored
  • Total number of goals:
  • 147 (2006) 161 (2002)
  • (101 + 46) (116 + 45)
  • group phase 48 games:
  • 117 (84 + 33)130 (93+ 37)
  • knock out phase 16 games
  • 30 (17 +13)31 (23 + 8)
how the goals were scored open play
How the Goals were scored –Open Play
  • Combination play 18
  • wing play 20 (16R /4L)
  • Defense splitting 18
  • Solo Runs 16
  • Diagonals 7
  • long range 12
  • Errors/own goals10
how the goals were scored set play
How the Goals were scored – Set Play
  • Direct FKs 6
  • Indirect FKs 13

(7L / 6R)

  • Corners 12

(7L / 5R)

  • Penalties 13
  • Throw-in 2
significance of the first goal
Significance of the First Goal
  • Number of wins?
  • Number of Draws ?
  • Number of Loses?
result comparison 2006 2002
Result comparison 2006 / 2002
  • 2006: 2002:

41 wins 39 wins

15 draws (7x 0:0) 16 draws (3x 0:0)

8 losses 9 losses

(1 x come back from

two goal deficit)

no turnarounds from 1 turnaround in quarter-

quarterfinals onwards finals

late goals
Late Goals
  • Numbers?
  • Decisive?
  • Substitutes?
late goals 76 th 90 th minute plus extra time goals
Late Goals 76 th-90 th minute plus extra time goals

35 games / 44 late goals

  • Teams leadingand increasing the result:
  • 20 games / 22 goals
  • Teams trailing:
  • 7 games / 9 goals (1 win Australia-Japan 3:1 4x draw,2x reducing the score)
  • Teams tying:
  • 8 games/ 13 goals (2 x draw Tun-Ksa / Swe-Eng,7x wins) (4x 2 goals)
impact of substitutes
Impact of substitutes
  • Goals by substitutes:
  • 23 from 147 (21/ 161 in 2002)
  • 5x winning goal
  • turn games around
  • secure score
influential coaching decisions
Influential Coaching Decisions
  • Substitutes?
  • Tactical Changes?
coaches decision
Coaches decision
  • Tactical changes through substitutes:
  • position vs position (new impetus)
  • More attacking power
  • Game stabilisation
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  • Japan U 17

Influential decisions:

1.Swop 16 and 8

2.Replace 16 by 17

(more attacking power)

3.Replace 15 by 14

(speed and individual play)

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young players
Young Players
  • Podolski
  • Ronaldo
  • Rooney
  • Messi
  • Fabregas
best young player award
Best young player award
  • players born in 1985 and after
  • 41 players
  • 21 teams
playing time
playing time

PlayerGamesMinutes playedGoals

  • Podolski 7 634 3
  • C.Ronaldo 6 484 1
  • Barnetta 4 390 1
  • Valencia 4 314
  • Rooney 4 253
  • Fabregas 4 214
  • Milevskiy 4 87
  • 8 players 3

(e.g. Messi, Senderos, Ramos, Gyan Asamoah, etc.)

  • 14 players 0