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FUN ‘ Fully Understood Now ’. Developing Young Players?. Missed Opportunities!. I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one. ~Mark Twain Opportunities are never lost; someone will take the one you miss. ~Author Unknown. 3. 4. 1. 2. Club A. Club A. Club B.

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FUN

‘Fully Understood Now’

developing young players

Developing Young Players?

Missed Opportunities!

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I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one. ~Mark Twain

  • Opportunities are never lost; someone will take the one you miss. ~Author Unknown
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2

Club A

Club A

Club B

Club B

club a gac
Club ‘A’ GAC
  • U8s / U10s / U12s / U14s / U16s / Minors
  • Note to parents:

We are pleased to inform our parents that the above teams will be coached and developed this season as each management team sees fit.

selecting club a management
Selecting Club ‘A’ Management
  • Two years ago the U12s swept all before them. Any volunteers for our now U14s?
club a handover
Club A Handover

This season they will play for 3

different management teams.

Those teams rarely communicate

about how to develop the players.

This season they move from U10 to U12 level. The new coaches know little of their traits.

club a coaching
Club A Coaching

Coaching/management teams plan all sessions, with roles identified for each adult

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“NONE OF THIS IS NEWS TO US –THANKS FOR THE REMINDER BUT YOU HAVE JUST DESCRIBED MOST GAA CLUBS. LIVE WITH IT!”
his journey
His Journey

At 12 – very comfortable on the ball, strong, brave, good tackler and blocker, pacy, scores regularly

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At 14 – as above

Club A

At 16 – major playing problem

At 18 – little or no change

answer
Answer?
  • Virtually every possession he wins, is followed by an attempt to solo run his way through or around tackles
  • He makes few attempts to quickly bring others into the play
  • As a result, teammates have all but stopped making supporting runs
  • AND YET HE KNOWS HIS PROBLEM!!
we need a full forward
We need a full forward!

What do we need him to learn?

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2.

3.

Which habits might get in the way?

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2.

3.

we made one
We made one!

Joe was a midfielder / wing half forward who could win the ball but tended to follow this up with ‘head down solo running’

His coaches tried him as a full forward for a number of challenge games, with specific instructions.

It didn’t work because Joe made his runs too early and was too far out the pitch by the time the ball came.

They took up to 6 weeks to coach him how to time his runs and how to act before making those runs.

attention to detail
Attention to Detail!
  • A midfielder who caught the ball, landed and held possession well, tended to stop, shift from side to side and kick the ball into the tackle

The coaches worked on the simple idea of ‘taking four big,

powerful strides’to break from confined space and make

room to make the next playing decision.

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Attention to Detail!

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Repeat, Repeat, Repeat…..

take those opportunities
Take those opportunities!

I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one. ~Mark Twain

Opportunities are never lost; someone will take the one you miss. ~Author Unknown

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Club A – O’Donovan Rossa Magherafelt

Club B – Watty Graham’s Glen

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Club A

Club A

Club B

Club B

what now
What now?

Your Club

Your input?