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Task 1 Fitness Analysis Summary (page 14)

Player 1s name:

Danny

Player 2s name:

Tom

Teams name:

U16s

Player 1 Danny - Fitness Results Summary


Please see attached sheets for each test results.
Dannys fitness was at a good level at the start.
Improvements were seen throughout the testing
period. Dannys resting heart rate dropped
showing signs of a stronger heart and Vo2 max.
Through the use of foot work drills and running
technique he developed a smooth running style
which benefited with improved test results.

Player 1 Danny - Fitness Action Plan

After discussing results with Danny we feel his


aerobic fitness levels are good. We are going to
continue with the aerobic fitness training so he can
improve more but work a bit more on his
anaerobic fitness in order to make him a more
complete player, fitness wise.

Start distance covered 3228 metres


Finish distance covered 4000 metres
Increase of 772 metres
Player 2 Tom - Fitness Results Summary
Please see attached sheets for each test results.
Tom was new to SAQ training and fitness
testing but he showed a willingness to learn

Player 2 Tom - Fitness Action Plan

After discussing results with Tom we are going to

and succeed. We saw some good progress


through the testing period, with only a slight
dip on final week due to a cold. As a result of
this we re-tested Tom the following week
when he was feeling better and his results
showed a good improvement.
Start distance covered 3430 metres
Finish distance covered 4200 metres
Increase of 770 metres

continue to work on his aerobic fitness levels as


we feel further improvements can be made as he
is still getting tired towards the end of games. We
are going to continue through the season with the
fitness training and test again mid season as if he
continues to develop as his results have shown
over last 10 weeks we should see some greatly
improved fitness levels.

Player Fitness Testing


12 min Cooper Run Test
Test 1
Name

Previous
Distance

Resting HR

Max HR
220 AGE

Result
HR

Mtrs

Danny

n/a

88 bpm

204 bpm
(163 bpm)

112

3228

Tom

n/a

92 bpm

204bpm
(163 bpm)

136

3430

Comments
Both players started at a high tempo. They slowed towards end and were not working to the 80% MHR. There is still more they can offer.
Test 2

Name

Previous
Distance

Resting HR

Max HR
220 AGE

Result
HR

Mtrs

Danny

3228

80 bpm

204 bpm
(163 bpm)

136

3600

Tom

3430

84 bpm

204bpm
(163 bpm)

140

3880

Comments
Both players have improved their distance and their work rate but still not working hard enough.
Test 3
Name

Previous
Distance

Resting HR

Max HR
220 AGE

Result
HR

Mtrs

Danny

3600

78 bpm

204 bpm
(163 bpm)

140

4000

Tom

3880

76 bpm

204bpm
(163 bpm)

132

3600

Tom (re-test)

3880

77 bpm

204 bpm
(163 bpm)

142

4200

Comments
Again both players improved. Tom had to be re-tested as he was full of cold when final test took place so didnt show true results.

Task 2 Risk Assessment Template pg 17 & 18


Coachs name:

Date:

Venue:

Location:

Session topic:

Shielding

People Exposed (9)


Participants
U10s Boys
(18)

Visitors
0

Activity:
Evaluation of Risk*

Public
4

15/04/08

Frequency

Severity

Potential
Hazards (s)

Control Measures
(prior to session)

Football

Control Measures
(during Session)

Date

Overall

Wall mounted
climbing frame

Coned off area

M
M

M/L

Mats

Coned off area

M/H

Netball Stands

Removed

Benches

Removed

Cones

Highly Visible

M/L

Balls

Correct size and


inflation

Discussed
with

15/04/08

players

*Risk H=High M=Medium L=Low

Location of:
telephone
first aid kit
first-aider
Accident book
Does the venue have:
Health and safety policy?

Safety plan and notes:


In first aid kit
On side of pitch
Side of pitch or myself
In side of first aid kit bag
YES

Risk assessment?

YES

Public liability insurance?

YES

Re-adjust any moved equipment that could now be a potential hazard back to a
safe position/area
Safety Checks completed
Equipment and playing area/facilities
Participants registers/experience
checked
Participants clothing, footwear, glass and
jewellery

YES
YES
YES

Coachs name:

Date:

Venue:

Location:

Session topic:

Activity:

People Exposed (9)


Participants

Visitors

Key Stage 1
(5 -7 yr olds)

Evaluation of Risk*
Public
10

Frequency

Severity

16/04/08

Football

Potential
Hazards (s)

Control Measures
(prior to session)

Control Measures
(during Session)
Collect balls that go
near bushes

Date

Overall

Thorn bushes

Place pitch as far


away as possible

M/L

Goal posts

Secure

Playing surface

Rotation if wears

M/L

Cones

Check & remove


hazards
Highly visible

M/L

Balls

Correct size and


inflation

With

16/04/08

Discuss

players
*Risk H=High M=Medium L=Low

Location of:
telephone
first aid kit
first-aider
Accident book
Does the venue have:
Health and safety policy?

Safety plan and notes:


In first aid kit bag
On side of pitch
Myself
In first aid bag

Check surface prior to every session

YES

Risk assessment?

YES

Public liability insurance?

YES

Match Analysis Sheet

Match

Safety Checks completed


Equipment and playing area/facilities
Participants registers/experience
checked
Participants clothing, footwear, glass and
jewellery
Match date:

YES
YES
YES

venue:
Barcelona

Task 3 & 4 Match Analysis


Team A (home)
Entries into the attacking third:
Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
Effective crosses:
Non- effective crosses:
Dribbling (D)

Successful (D)

and turning (T)

unsuccessful (D)

Attempts in

Successful (T)

Attacking and
Unsuccessful (T)
Middle thirds:
Off-target strikes at goals
On-target strikes at goal:
Goals

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
B
A
B

IIII IIII

A
B
A
B
A
B

Team B (away)
Sub
First Half (20 MINS) Total
9

Second Half

Real Madrid
Sub
Total

Total
9

II

2
0

2
0

II

II

Match Analysis Sheet


(In support of Task 3 and
4)
Team A (home)

Match venue:
Barcelona

Entries into the attacking third:


Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
Effective crosses:
Non- effective crosses:
Dribbling (D)

Successful (D)

and turning (T)

unsuccessful (D)

Attempts in

Successful (T)

Attacking and
Unsuccessful (T)
Middle thirds:
Off-target strikes at goals
On-target strikes at goal:
Goals

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
B
A
B

IIII IIII

A
B
A
B
A
B

Match date:
Team B (away)
Sub
First Half (20 MINS) Total
9

Second Half

Real Madrid
Sub
Total

Total
9

II

2
0

2
0

II

II

Match Analysis Sheet


(In support of Task 3 and
4)
Team A (home)

Match venue:

Entries into the attacking third:


Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
Effective crosses:
Non- effective crosses:
Dribbling (D)
Successful
and turning (T) Unsuccessful
Attempts in
Successful
Attacking and
Unsuccessful
Middle thirds:
Achieving set plays in the attacking
third
Off-target strikes at goal:
On-target strikes at goal:
Goals

Match date:
U16s

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
B

IIIIIIIIIIII

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B

Team B (away)
Sub
First Half
Total
14

11th May 2008


U16s

Second Half
IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Sub
Total
18

Total
32

IIIIIIII

IIIIIIIIIIII

14

23

II

IIII

IIII III

IIIIIIIIIII

13

21

II
IIII

2
4

IIII
IIIII

5
6

7
10

IIIII

IIIIIIIII

11

17

IIII

IIIIII

11

IIII

II

Match Analysis Sheet


(In support of Task 3 and
4)
Team A (home)

Match venue:

Entries into the attacking third:


Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
Effective crosses:
Non- effective crosses:
Dribbling (D)
Successful
and turning (T) Unsuccessful
Attempts in
Successful
Attacking and
Unsuccessful
Middle thirds:
Achieving set plays in the attacking
third
Off-target strikes at goal:
On-target strikes at goal:
Goals

Match date:
U16s

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B

Team B (away)
Sub
First Half
Total
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
28

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

IIIIIIIIII

12

IIII

18th May 2008


U16s

Second Half

Sub
Total
23

Total

IIIIIIIIIII

13

25

III

IIII IIIIII

12

IIIII

18

IIIIIII
IIIIIIII

8
10

IIIII
IIIIII

6
7

14
17

IIIIIIII

10

IIIIII

17

IIII

IIII

IIII

IIIIII

11

III

51

Match Analysis Sheet


(In support of Task 3 and
4)
Team A (home)

Match venue:

Entries into the attacking third:


Regaining possession in the
Attacking third:
Effective crosses:
Non- effective crosses:
Dribbling (D)
Successful
and turning (T) Unsuccessful
Attempts in
Successful
Attacking and
Unsuccessful
Middle thirds:
Achieving set plays in the attacking
third
Off-target strikes at goal:
On-target strikes at goal:
Goals

Match date:
U16s

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
A
B
B

IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B

Team B (away)
Sub
First Half
Total
18

25th May 2008


U16s

Second Half
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Sub
Total
23

Total
41

IIIIIIIIII

12

IIIIIIIIIIII

15

27

III

III

IIII

IIIIIII

13

III
IIII

3
5

IIIIII
IIII

7
4

10
9

IIIIIIII

IIIIII

16

IIII

III

III

II

Match Analysis Summary and Action Plan Sheet- in support of Task 4 pages 27,28,29,30
Strengths - 9
Weaknesses - 8
Satisfactory - S
Entries into the
9
attacking third:
Regaining possession
8
In the attacking
Third:
Crossing
Dribbling:
Turning:
Achieving set plays
In attacking third:
Strikes at goal:
Strikes on target:
Goals

Ar e a s Id e ntifi e d f or D e v e lo p m e nt
1
R e t a inin g p oss e ssio n in th e fin a l third

2
Turnin g n o n- e ff e c tiv e c ross e s in
e ff e c tiv e o n e s

S
S

3
Turnin g sh o ts o n t a rg e t in t o g o a ls.

S
S
9
8

Pro p os e d A c tio n Pl a n
Lo o kin g a t b e in g m or e p a ti e nt in fin a l third .
Su p p orts p l a y.
P O P c o m bin a tio n pl a y in fin a l third
SS G su p p ort in a tt a c k
Lo o kin g a t m o v e m e nt fro m strik e rs a n d
mi d fi e l d e rs p ushin g f orw a rds.
FUN C c o a c h e ff e c tiv e c rossin g
P O P finishin g fro m c ross e s
D e c isio n m a kin g in fro nt o f g o a l. Lo o kin g a t p l a y
in a n d a ro u n d p e n a lty b ox, su p p ort a n d
c o m m u ni c a tio n.
SS G finishin g
SS G c r e a t e a n d e x p loit sp a c e

Task 5 Outline Coaching Programme pg35


Teams
name:
Month:

U16s

Coach:

Weeks:

1
0

1
1

1
2

1
3

1
4

1
5

1
6

1
7

1
8

1
9

2
0

2
1

2
2

2
3

2
4

2
5

2
6

2
7

2
8

2
9

3
0

3
1

3
2

3
3

3
4

3
5

3
6

3
7

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

April

May
3
8

3
9

June
4
0

4
1

X X X
End of
season

4
2

4
3

4
4

Game:
Period:
Objectives
Practical
Content:
Session 1
(fitness)
Tuesdays

Pre season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

In season
Fitness

Tactical

Tactical

Attacking

Defending

Tactical

Attacking

Defending

Attacking

Defending

T
E
S
T

T
E
S
T

T
E
S
T

Session 2
Fridays

Planned
Evaluation

Session Key
Small sided game
Function
No training

Phase of play
Fitness

T
E
S
T

X X X
End of
season

Players to rest out of season


One session a week for game
play to keep team together
T
E
S
T

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Coaching Session Planner 1st Assessed Session Task 6
Candidate
coach:
Coach
educator:
Information on Players

Date produced:
Time available
for the session:

18
Number of
Age:
Mixed open Ability
players:
level:
age
Medical
Check for injuries, check medical conditions
information:
Particular
needs:
Information on Facilities and Resources

Mixed ability

Session
date:

Location:
Facility
Needs:

25mins

Safe suitable playing surface, 1 goal

Equipment
needs:

Footballs, cones, bibs, tactics board

Health and
safety
issues:

Check area for any hazards, ensure players remove jewellery, correct
equipment is worn

Action plan
points from
previous

sessions:
Session Plan
Session
aim:
Session
type:

Coach attacking from midfield third into attacking third


Functional Practice Small-sided Game Phase of Play
Timings

Warm-up
activities:

Cool-down
activities:

Working with and without balls incorporating game/ session


specific movements, increasing intensity. Use of dynamic flex
and static stretches

10 -15
mins

Dynamic and static stretches gradually decreasing intensity in


order to reduce heart rate back to normal

10 15
mins

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Session
title:
Key
technical
aspects
(key
factors):

Coach attacking from midfield third into attacking third

Timings

Create space
Good ball delivery
Receiving
Movement
Support (angles and distances)

= defending team
= attacking team
= targets
= start point ball
movement
Start point =
Red defensive midfielder
under pressure plays ball
back to target who then plays
into a red midfielder.

Session
phase 1
content:

NB. Defensive mid and


striker to stay between half
way line and target box

Coaching Points

20 mins

Good ball delivery


Receiving on correct foot
Body position
Movement
Link Play
Session
phase 2
content:

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Coaching Session Planner 1st Assessed Session Task 6
Candidate
coach:
Coach
educator:
Information on Players

Date produced:
Time available
for the session:

16
Number of
Age:
Open age
Ability
players:
level:
Medical
None known check before session
information:
Particular
needs:
Information on Facilities and Resources
Location:
Facility
Needs:

25 mins

Mixed

Session
date:
Safe suitable playing surface, 2 goals, available space

Equipment
needs:

Footballs, bibs, cones, tactics board, 2 goals

Health and
safety
issues:

Check area for any hazards, ensure no jewellery is worn. Correct


equipment is worn (shin pads and footwear)

Action plan
points from
previous
sessions:
Session Plan

Session
aim:
Session
type:

Coach one team defending to prevent opponents playing the ball forward
Functional Practice Small-sided Game Phase of Play
Timings

Warm-up
activities:

Cool-down
activities:

Working with and without balls incorporating game/ session


specific movements, increasing intensity. Use of dynamic flex
and static stretches

10 15
mins

Dynamic and static stretches gradually decreasing intensity in


order to reduce heart rate back to normal

10 15
mins

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Session
title:
Key
technical
aspects
(key
factors):

Coach one team to prevent opponents playing the ball forward

Timings

Decision
Travel
Cover
Compact
Delay
When, where, how, why?

= opposition
= coached team
= start point ball
movement

Start point
Centre mid beats
opponent centre mid
and plays an over hit
pass into keeper.
Keeper then plays out
to a full back

Session
phase 1
content:

Coaching Points

20 mins

Decision close down or hold off


Travel body shape
Compact back 3 pushing on when pressure on ball, and drop
when no pressure
Delay if cant win ball, close off passes (space)
Session
phase 2
content:

Task 7 Ten-week Programme Phase Plan pg 53, 54, 55


Phase
Dates:
Teams
Name:
Other staff:

Session
Date

31/07/08

07/08/08

14/08/08

Venue:
Age:

U16s

Overall
programme goal:

Session Objectives
Warm Up / Cool Down

Performance
Component
Mental / physical

Squad
20
Size:
To develop an increase of fitness through fitness testing. To develop
teamwork and understanding for a good start to the season.
Activity
Duration (mins)
Warm up 15
Cool down 15
30

POP Playing out from the


back

Technical + Tactical

Movement + support fro goalkeeper


distribution of goalkeeper

Intensity
Low
medium
Medium
High

POP Dealing with the back


pass

Technical + Tactical

Goalkeepers positioning, passing,


support from defence

Medium
High

30

Warm Up / Cool Down

Mental / physical

Dynamic flex with and without balls

Low
medium

Warm up 15
Cool down 15

FUNC Attacking play in


central areas
FUNC defending in central
areas

Technical + Tactical

Passing, movement, support,


dispersal
Movement, communication, support,
compact

Medium
High
Medium
High

30

Technical + Tactical

Practice/Training Activity
Dynamic flex with and without balls

30

Warm Up / Cool Down

Mental / physical

Dynamic flex with and without balls

Low
medium

Warm up 15
Cool down 15

FUNC coach effective


crossing

Technical + Skill

Technique, support, movement

Medium High

30

FUNC improve flank play

Technical + Skill

Support, movement

Medium
High

30

Monitoring

Session
Date

21/08/08

28/08/08

04/09/08

11/09/08

Session Objectives

Performance
Component

Practice/Training Activity

Intensity

Activity
Duration
(mins)
Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low - medium

POP coach defending when out


numbered

Tactical

Communication, recovery runs, compact

Medium high

30

SSG coach to develop overloads


in wide areas

Tactical +
technical

Support, communication

Medium high

30

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

POP coach attacking from


midfield third to attacking third

Skill, technical +
tactical

Movement, knowledge, support play,


dispersal

Medium high

30

SSG attack quickly on gaining


possession

Skill, technical +
tactical

Movement, knowledge, support play,


dispersal

Medium high

30

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

POP coach combination play in


the final third

Tactical +
technical

Knowledge, movement, support play

Medium high

30

SSG coach when to play into


feet and when to play into space

Tactical +
technical

Knowledge, technique

Medium high

30

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

POP- finishing from crosses

Technical + skill

Technique, movement, decision making

Medium high

30

SSG coach finishing

Technical + skill

Technique, movement, decision making

Medium high

30

Monitoring

Session
Date

18/09/08

25/09/08

02/10/08

Session Objectives

Performance
Component

Practice/Training Activity

Intensity

Activity
Duration
(mins)
Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

POP coach defending, marking


and covering

Tactical +
technical

Communication, movement, support,


knowledge

Medium high

30

SSG coach when to press and


when to drop

Tactical +
technical

Communication, support, knowledge

Medium high

30

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

FUNC coach full backs into


passing into forward areas

Tactical +
technical

Knowledge, technique

Medium high

30

POP coach switching play

Tactical +
technical

Knowledge, technique, communication

Medium high

30

Warm up / cool down

Mental + physical

Dynamic flex with and without the ball

Low medium

Warm up 15
Cool Down 15

FUNC coach creating space in


the midfield third

Tactical +
technical

Communication, support, decision


making

Medium high

30

SSG coach when to support in


front and when to support behind

Tactical +
technical

Communication, support, decision


making

Medium high

30

Monitoring

Task 8 Team Code of Behaviour Players, page 59 - 60


Candidates
Name:
Teams name:
Code of Behaviour
Players are the most important people in the sport. Playing for the team, and for the team
to win, is the most fundamental part of the game. But not winning at any cost Fair Play
and respect for all others in the game is fundamentally important.
Obligations towards the Game - a player should :

make every effort to develop their own sporting abilities in terms of skill,
technique, tactics and stamina

give maximum effort and strive for the best possible performance during a
game, even if his team is in a position where the desired result has already
been achieved

set a positive example for others, particularly young players and supporters

avoid all forms of gamesmanship, and time-wasting

always have regard to the best interests of the game, including where publicly
expressing an opinion on the game and any particular aspect of it, including
others involved in the game

not use inappropriate language.

Obligations Towards Ones Own Team - a player should:

make every effort consistent with Fair Play and the Laws of the Game to help
his own team win

resist any influence which might, or might be seen to, bring into question his
commitment to the team winning.

Respect for the Laws of the Game and Competition Rules - a player should :

Know and abide by the laws, rules and spirit of the game, and the competition
rules

accept success and failure, victory and defeat, equally

resist any temptation to take banned substances or use banned techniques

Respect Towards Opponents - a player should :

treat opponents with due respect at all times, irrespective of the result of the
game

safeguard the physical fitness of opponents, avoid violence and rough play, and
help injured opponents.

Respect Towards the Match Officials - a player should:

accept the decision of the Match Official without protest

avoid words or actions which may mislead a Match Official

show due respect towards Match Officials

Respect Towards Team Officials - a player should:

abide by the instructions of their coach and Team Officials, provided they do
not contradict the spirit of this code

show due respect towards the Team Officials of the opposition

Team Code of Behaviour Parents & Spectators


Candidates
Name:
Teams name:
Code of Behaviour
Parents/spectators have a great influence on childrens enjoyment and success in
football. All children play football because they first and foremost love the game its fun.
Positive encouragement will contribute to:
Children Enjoying Playing Football
A sense of personal achievement
Self-esteem
Improvement in the childs skills and techniques

Parents/spectators expectations and attitudes have a significant bearing on a childs


attitude towards:
Other players
Managers
Spectators

Parents/spectators within our club should be positive and encouraging towards all our
children, not just their own.
Parents and spectators are encouraged to:
applaud the opposition as well as your own team
avoid coaching the child during the game
refrain from shouting and screaming
respect the referees decision

give attention to each of the children involved in football, not just the most talented
give encouragement to everyone to participate in football

Ensure that other parents/spectators within the club agree and adhere to the clubs Code
of Conduct and Child Protection PolicyNOTE:- Excessive pressure to succeed, displays of
unfairness or other un-sportsman like behaviour witnessed by children and perpetrated by
parents or other adults may constitute an infringement of the clubs Child Protection Policy.

Personal Coaching Philosophy


Candidates
Name:

My Personal Coaching Philosophy

My coaching philosophy is to improve every individual, turning weaknesses in to strengths. To


provide knowledge and understanding of the game and to provide a safe and fun environment
for football to be played. To work with players both individually and as part of a team. I make
sure players, parents and fellow coaches know that I can be approached regarding any issue
they feel necessary to discuss and ensure I offer a safe and enjoyable environment for the
players.
I believe honesty is a big part of being a coach. Not to mislead players in to thinking they are
better than they are, working with individuals for as long as necessary in order for them to
improve, making sure that every player is playing at the correct level for their ability in order for
them to enjoy the game at the level and pace they can most succeed at.
As a coach I am in a powerful position to influence those around me so I need to ensure I
conduct myself in the correct manner and set positive examples. To ensure negative feedback
to players is followed by a solution to ensure that this negative becomes a positive
(constructive criticism).
In all my duties as a coach, my team and there needs both individually and as a group are my
main priority. Failure to meet the requirements of my team, parents and club would result in a
review of my coaching style and techniques. To make sure this failure never happens
evaluations of my sessions are done on a regular basis, with player/ parent and fellow coach
feedback sought after to make sure that all expectations are met if not exceeded.

I feel that as a coach you never stop learning, always look to improve through new courses,
keep yourself open to new ideas and continue to learn from peers/ more experienced coaches,
both internally and externally, and to listen to player feedback, as they are the ones taking part
in the sessions.

Task 9 Psychological Analysis and Profiling of Players (pages 63-64)


Construct

Confidence:

Motivation:

Attitude:

Concentration:

Characteristics of the Construct


Self efficiency
Has belief in own ability
Positive approach
Risk taking
Showboat
Leads by example
Encourages others
Inspiration
Always fight for the cause

Body language
Effort
Respectful

Focused at all times


Ignores spectators
Always ready
Calm

Player

Lionel Messi

Steven Gerrard

David James

Alan Shearer

Vision/
awareness:

Sees things early


Never switching off
Body shape good

Arousal:

Inspires both players and crowd


Enjoys the game (plays with a smile)
Clever
Skill full
Showboat

Anxiety:

Fired up
Erratic
Energetic

Frank Lampard

Cristiano Ronaldo

Roy Keane

Psychological Analysis and Profiling of Players


Players
name:
Construct

Position:

Centre Midfield

Ideal Players Score

Your Players
Score

Resulting Score

Confidence:

10

Motivation:

10

Attitude:

10

Concentration:

10

Vision/awareness:

10

Arousal:

10

Anxiety:

10

Psychological Programme
Candidates
name:
Players name:

Outline of Psychological Programme


Area to be addressed:

Vision / Awareness

Programme: to develop Jacks ability to make the correct decision and be more aware
of players around him.
1: Are there any players in better positions?
2: Can I create space for others?
3: Is there a simpler pass on?
Football specific practices for: passing, support and communication to assist improvement of
awareness.
Techniques - Body position open, Simple interplay with others, Movement with and without
the ball
Development Quick interchange in final third, Develop more variation and not make passes
to predictable, incorporate more players when attacking.
Practices - please see sessions
1:
2:
3:

Answer
Describe what signs
might appear if one of
your players was abusing
drugs.

Possible changes in appearance, social networks, main interests,


sleeping and eating patterns, together with moody behaviour and
withdrawal symptoms

Give examples of drugs


that appear in Classes
A,B and C.

Amphetamines (speed), cocaine and crack, ecstasy, heroin,


LSD, magic mushrooms

Amphetamines (speed), when not prepared for injection

Anabolic steroids, benzodiazepines, cannabis

List the five prohibited


substances that The FA
can detect through
testing.

Stimulants - these are used to increase alertness, aggression


and competitiveness and decrease tiredness and sometimes
appetite.
Narcotic analgesics these are the strongest form of painkillers
and can be used to eliminate the pain felt from illness or injury in
order to continue training.
Anabolic agents can increase muscle size, strength and power.
Allows the player to train harder and longer.
Diuretics can be used to lose weight quickly and can help to
dilute and mask the presence of prohibited substances.
Peptide and glycoprotein hormones and analogues analogues
are man made drugs that have similar effect to the naturally
occurring hormones. Players use these to increase their muscle
strength and size and speed recovery from injury

Give examples of how


each of these might
affect a football player.

Affects given above

Task 10 Drug Awareness pg68

Task 10 Nutrition for Football page 67


Describe:

Answer

why carbohydrates are


important to an active
footballer. Give examples
of the percentage
required in the diet and
the foods high in
carbohydrate

During bursts of intensive activity carbohydrate is the essential


energy source. It is the only fuel that can be converted into
energy quickly enough to meet the demands of the game.
Carbohydrates are limited and it is essential that carbohydrates
provide a major part of a footballers diet. A footballers diet
should include 60% of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are
commonly divided into two types;
simple (sugars) confectionary, cakes, preserves, soft drinks
complex (starches) rice, bread, pasta, potatoes, cereals, fruit

the two different types of


fat and their key roles and
sources for an active
footballer. What is the
ideal percentage of fat in
a footballers diet?

The two different types of fat are: Saturated and Unsaturated.


Saturated fats are mainly found in animal fats and are usually
solid at room temperature. Unsaturated fats mainly come from
vegetable or fish sources and are liquid or soft at room
temperature. Fats are stored mainly in adipose tissues and some
are stored in muscle cells. They contribute to the general health
of individuals, their metabolism playing an important role in the
production of energy. Sources of fats; butter, margarine, lard,
oils, oily fish, pasties, cheese, whole milk, nuts, fresh food.
Ideal percentage of fat = 25%

the role of protein for an


active footballer, together
with examples of sources
and the ideal percentage
in the diet

Proteins are composed of amino acids, some of which are an


essential component of any diet. They are required for growth
and repair of body tissues, the manufacture of hormones and
enzymes and they are important in the functioning of the immune
system. Good sources of protein are; milk, cheese, meat,
yoghurt, poultry, fish, eggs, nuts. The percentage of protein in a
footballers diet would be 15%.

why maintaining a
consistent fluid intake is
essential for an active
footballer

Maintaining a consistent fluid intake as it is important not to


become dehydrated before or during any training session. It is
advisable to consume liquid before training sessions and small
amounts during sessions.