Coaching Soccer Like Guardiola And Mourinho

Author: Timo Jankowski
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Sport
ISBN: 1782550720
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A soccer player is more than the sum of his parts: endurance, speed, shooting technique, passing technique, and many more. All of these factors need to be turned into one system to create good players. Traditional training theory doesn’t achieve that because each skill is trained individually. This is why the concept of Tactical Periodization has become the preferred training theory for many of the current most successful soccer coaches: Pep Guardiola, José Mourinho, Diego Simeone, André Villas-Boas, and many others train according to these principles. By creating match-like situations in practice, players learn to link their technical, tactical, and athletic abilities to match intelligence. They will learn to transfer their skills to soccer matches and they can improve endurance, technique, and tactics all at the same time while enjoying the practice sessions more. For this book, the author has evaluated and analyzed hundreds of training sessions and has tailored exercises to specific demands. All exercises are performed with a ball so that players learn to apply each skill to the game. Every coach will find numerous exercises in this book to help them create better and more efficient practice sessions so they can improve their players’ and the team’s performance. With Tactical Periodization, your team will become better and be successful on the next match day!

The Blizzard The Football Quarterly Issue One

Author: Jonathan Wilson
Editor: Blizzard Media Ltd
ISBN:
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The Blizzard is a quarterly publication put together by a cooperative of journalists and authors, its main aim to provide a platform for top-class writers from across the globe to enjoy the space and the freedom to write what they like about the football stories that matter to them. Contents of Issue One ------------------------- Fortunes of War ------------------------- * Stars of David, by James Montague—The astonishing story of Israel's first national team * The Collaborator, by Philippe Auclair—The treacherous life and traitor's death of Alexandre Villaplane, France's first World Cup captain ------------------------- Interview ------------------------- * Dennis Bergkamp — David Winner talks to Dennis Bergkamp about his greatest goals, the nature of genius and the importance of predicting the future ------------------------- Leeds ------------------------- * Revie-Nixon, by Dominic Sandbrook—How ignominious exits overshadow the successes of a US president and a Leeds United manager * Mind of Peace, by Anthony Clavane—David Peace discusses the inspiration behind "The Damned Utd" and why he won't apologise to John Giles * 44 Days, Later, by Lawrence Donegan—Why Jock Stein lasted no longer than Brian Clough at Elland Road ------------------------- Theory ------------------------- * The First Bilardista, by Jonathan Wilson—How Victorio Spinetto pioneered pragmatism in Argentinian football * The Brain in Spain, by Sid Lowe—Juanma Lillo, mentor to Pep Guardiola, explains his thinking on clubs, coaching and why society is sick ------------------------- Grass Roots ------------------------- * Duels on the Nile, by Paul Myers—A report from Sudan on the second championship for Africans playing their football at home * An Exile at Home, by Scott Anthony—Vasilis Hatzipanagis, Greece's greatest player, explains why he never played a competitive game for his country * Port in a Storm, by Ben Lyttleton—The extraordinary success of the academy at Le Harve * Marsh Attacks, by Simon Hooper—How a Sunday League team gives London's Romanians a sense of identity ------------------------- Denmark '92 ------------------------- * Once Upon a Time..., by Dave Farrar—The fairy story of Denmark's 1992 European Championship campaign ------------------------- Origins ------------------------- * The Sum of their Parts, by Gunnar Persson—The rise and fall of Motala and its football team * When the Kites weren't Black, by Dileep Premachandran—The lost legacy of Indian football * Man and Boy, by David Ashton—Fathers, sons and the grumbling terraces of industrial Scotland ------------------------- Polemics ------------------------- * The Pillars of the Earth, by Simon Kuper—Could it be that the Premier League boom has only just begun? * What's the Point of Football Writing?, by Tim Vickery—There's more to it than getting up late, isn't there? Isn't there? * World's Apart, by Kieron O'Connor—Fifa and the financial legacy of the South African World Cup ------------------------- Football Manager ------------------------- * The Ballad of Bobby Manager: My Autobiography, by Iain Macintosh—When somebody takes their game of Football Manager just a little too seriously... ------------------------- Greatest Games ------------------------- * Manchester United 2 Real Madrid 3, by Rob Smyth—European Cup quarter-final second-leg, Old Trafford, Manchester, 19 April 2000 ------------------------- Eight Bells ------------------------- * Pre-War Scottish Legends, by Scott Murray—A selection of eight of the early stars of the game in Scotland

Soccer Coaching Leadership Strategies Pep Guardiola

Author: Marcus DiBernardo
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ISBN: 9781726468343
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Guardiola's first job as a full time coach was at FC Barcelona. At the time, the Barcelona Reserve Team or "Barcelona B" were doing very poorly, facing relegation. The club knew they needed to make a change, as the management mulled over possible replacements, but when the Directors of Barcelona found out Guardiola was interested in coaching, the choice was easy. Everyone at Barcelona held Pep in the highest regard, believing he would be a great coach. That belief would turn out to be correct, as Pep took over Barcelona B and didn't disappoint. He re-organized the training sessions, modernized the rondos, brought a relentless level of intensity to training and insisted on build-up play and possession, even on the tightest and smallest of fields. The results of Pep's efforts were seen immediately that first year, as Guardiola's Barcelona B won the league title. However, at the same time that Pep's Barcelona B won the league, the Barcelona first team under Frank Rijkaard was struggling. They had all the big names and talent, but they were not playing well, failing to win any major titles. The club was at a crossroads, big decisions needed to be made to get Barcelona back to winning trophies. Barcelona were certainly impressed with Pep, but this was Barcelona after all, and Pep only had one year experience as a manager, and that was with the B team. The club President gave the issue a lot of thought, and in the end he decided to ask Pep if he was interested in the job; Pep responded by saying "you wouldn't have the balls....but with me you will win everything." The rest was history, as Barcelona would go on to win title after title under Guardiola. Pep would eventually leave Barcelona in 2012, having accomplished everything there was to accomplish with the club......this case study covers his entire managerial career along with Pep's ideas about management and soccer game model philosophies. It is a very short book but packed with powerful quotes and information. For any coach teaching positional soccer, it is more important to understand the ideas, then the actual training sessions.

Coaching The Tiki Taka Style Of Play

Author: Jed C. Davies
Editor: SoccerTutor.com
ISBN: 1783019425
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This exceptional book in FULL COLOUR contains a complete coaching resource on the Tiki Taka philosophy, development, training methods, tactical insight and of course practices from FC Barcelona, Ajax, Liverpool and more. This book covers some of the following: Learn the Tiki-Taka coaching philosophy How to develop the Tiki Taka method through purpose designed training asessions How to implement the Tiki Taka style of play Practices from FC Barcelona, AFC Ajax, Villarreal, Liverpool FC and more Blueprint of how to play with the Tiki-Taka brand of football Tactical Analysis of Guardiola, Cruyff and Van Gaal’s Positional Systems This gives you an exclusive guide on how you can coach your team the Tiki Taka style of play, just like FC Barcelona and Ajax!

Pep Guardiola

Author: Guillem Balague
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409143767
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This fully updated edition of the international bestseller includes Manchester City's incredible 2017-18 league triumph Pep Guardiola is the most successful and sought-after football coach in the world. After being appointed first-team manager in 2008, he transformed Barcelona into arguably the greatest club side of all time, winning thirteen trophies in four years, and he won the Double twice in his three years in charge of Bayern Munich. He then faced his biggest challenge yet when he joined Manchester City in 2016: to turn them into a team that consistently wins in the most difficult of leagues and a regular challenger in the Champions League. But in only his second year at the club, he had turned a good side into memorable one, leading them to the Premier League title in record-breaking style . . . and doing it the Guardiola way. Guillem Balagué has followed Pep's career from the outset and has had direct access to the man and his inner circle for this updated edition. This then is the definitive portrait of Pep Guardiola and his relentless pursuit of footballing perfection.

Pep Guardiola

Author: Miquel Ángel Violan
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1782550291
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Pep Guardiola is, without a doubt, the most successful football coach and teacher of the last 10 years. He revolutionised FC Barcelona and formed a team that was one of the best in the history of the sport. Now he follows Jupp Heynckes as coach of Bayern Munich and faces the pivotal question: Will he be able to keep the team’s quality or even improve it? Pep has become a legend, and in order to understand this, it is necessary to see behind the curtain and understand the man who constitutes the Guardiola System. What are the key values and principles that form the basis of his method? How did he form a unit with such diverse football stars? What can we learn from Pep? Miguel Angel Violán manages to make the ‘unknown Guardiola’ better known and illustrates in many informing and amusing anecdotes: The Philosophy that Changed the Game!

The Special One The Dark Side Of Jose Mourinho

Author: Diego Torres
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007553048
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An explosive and shocking biography of Jose Mourinho - revealing the dark side of 'the special one'.

Guardiola Vs Mourinho More Than Coaches

Author: Rui Lanca
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ISBN: 9789896553036
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Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are probably the two best coaches in the world. But they are not just coaches, there is much more to them than that. There are already dozens of books about their tactics and training methods. Instead, this book explains why they are different from all others from the perspective of their leadership, communication, emotional intelligence, talent and team management. These factors make the difference between winners and losers.

Play Like Pep Guardiola S Barcelona

Author: Agustín Peraita
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ISBN: 9781910515631
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Written by Agustin Peraita, FCBEscola Project Director at Sao Paulo FC Barcelona, this book is for soccer coaches looking to understand and implement Pep Guardiola's tactical approach and coaching methodology for his 2009-2010 Barca side. Contains over 50 illustrations, detailing on-field drills, tactical diagrams and weekly planning schedules."

Bar A The Making Of The Greatest Team In The World

Author: Graham Hunter
Editor: BackPage Press
ISBN: 0956497187
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BARCELONA are the greatest football team in the world, the greatest for a generation and possibly the greatest of all time. This is the untold inside story of how the best and most loved football team in the world came to redefine how the game is played. We start with the 2011 Champions League final at Wembley, the game that ended the debate about whether Barcelona were the greatest team in the world and began a new one: are they the best ever? We are inside the winning dressing room and inside the mind of the team's coach, Pep Guardiola. From there, the focus is on each of the iconic personalities of this team, telling its story through them, from their genesis in the late 1980s to their coronation in London: Guardiola; his mentor, Johan Cruyff; Xavi; Andres Iniesta and Lionel Messi, perhaps the greatest footballer of all time.