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Unit 5 sports coaching P1/M1

Describe and explain four roles and four responsibilities of sports coaches, using examples of coaches from different sports
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Describe and explain four roles and four
responsibilities of sports
coaches, using examples of
coaches from different sports
From the bottom, to the top and how they got through it through roles and responsibilities.
By Jonny Lamb
How Jose mourinhio connected with his players and how he became a friend for them.
Friend-Jose Mourinho
You knew that Jose was a friend as well as a manage when you heard and read reports like this off former players he used to manage, his connection with them was so close and when you hear things that are said you know he was a good friend. ‘I have never had a manager who, while I’m standing in the shower cleaning my balls, tells me I’m the best player in the world. He did that. I’ll never forget it. So casual. “You’re the best player in the world, but you need to win titles”.

Jose is like a friend who is there for the players to talk to, he gives the players confidence and also trys to get the best out of them, he never shouted at them, he just encouaged them, his arrogance helped him, it would help him strive, help him want to suceed, he wanted to win titles and be the best manager that has been or is. Once he started acting like a friend to the players it was easy, they would listen to his every word, they would see him as a friend, and when they went out on to the football field played the best they could play for there self and also the best they could play for their friend, their manager.

You know that he was a good friend because at certain clubs when he left you saw, players and other members of staff crying when he left inter millan, he was the driving frce behind millan and touchewd so many peoples hearts, after he won the champions league with inter he was seen in tears and cuddling up to some of the players and staff, non of the players wanted him to go, a quote said 'he was like a firend'
Role-Model- Harry Redknapp
You know that Harry Redknapp is a good role model as he is very calm and keeps out of many encounters between other teams and only speaks up if it involves him and his team. He has been around the game of football for a long time and has won many titles and brought teams from the bottom. In the last couple of years he has turned spurs around bringing them up to finishing fourth which got them a europa league spot.

Harry is a role model not just to players that want to manage but existing managers who already manage at the top level, he is under stood by his players. He is respected by many people. He won the FA cup with Portsmouth in 2008. he has completed so much whilst he has managed that is why he's a role model.

A role model is a person that does thing right and someone that is professional and people look up to this is why i chose Harry Redknapp.
Trainer- Roy Hodgson
Roy hodgson is seen as a trainer as well as a manager as he like to get involved when the squad is training for example in the euros he trained England and got involed in training as well as managing. He like help with the drills, this takes pressure off the trainer that will be training them.

With him having a hand on approach this means he gets closer to the action and can see faults and also things that are better within the team. this also means that he works closer with all the players, which means that he will gain a better relationship with players, this will then increase moral within the camp and then makes them play better for them.

A trainer is someone who teachers a squad of players or a group of people new or brings more things out of the players they have. they are also a manager, in professional levels they dont really have many managers who are also trainers this is because they can afford to pay for someone to make the players become better this is why Hodgson is a good example of a trainer as well as a manager.
Manager- Sir Alex Ferguson
Sir Alex Ferguson is such a good manager and has been seen through so many years. In the time that he has managed he has won so many things on the next slide you will see what he has won and with what clubs.

He has also been given some appreciation for what he has won and how good a manager he is and what he has brought to football, he has been knighted for his achievements in football in 1999 and has been very respected in the game. He is a great example of being a great manager as he always strives to succeed in every competition that he is entered in. he has a goo understanding with all the players also this is why he is also a great manager as he is on the same wave length as his players, they respect him otherwise they wouldnt play well.

A good manager is someone who listens to his players, is respected by them and also knows about the game, this is why Sir Alex is a great manager and so successful in what he does.
The Scottish First Division (1): 1976–77 with st- mirren
Aberdeen
Scottish Premier Division (3): 1979–80, 1983–84, 1984–85
Scottish Cup (4): 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86
Scottish League Cup (1): 1985–86
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1): 1982–83
UEFA Super Cup (1): 1983
Manchester United[113]
Premier League (12): 1992–93, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1996–97, 1998–99, 1999–2000,
2000–01, 2002–03, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11
FA Cup (5): 1989–90, 1993–94, 1995–96, 1998–99, 2003–04
League Cup (4): 1991–92, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10
FA Charity/Community Shield (10): 1990 (shared), 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011
UEFA Champions League (2): 1998–99, 2007–08
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1): 1990–91
UEFA Super Cup (1): 1991
Intercontinental Cup (1): 1999
FIFA Club World Cup (1): 2008
Professional Conduct
Professional conduct is really important when it come to sports coaches, if a coach isnt professional whilst he is coaching then it wont look good on his club or the children that he is coaching, it will also show the children how not to act and the children wont have respect for their coach. If the coach doesnt conduct himself properly the players wont play to the best of their ability, they wont listen to the coach , this is why professional conduct is really important.

Professional conduct is about helping people gain confidence so getting behind the players to give them more confident, its also about treating the players correctly. With conduct comes respect this is why managers/coaches like roberto martinez are so succsessful. I think that personally roberto Martinez is a good person to look at when you think about professional conduct for example, he treats his players in the correct manor they seem to liten to him and do what he asks them to do, this also links in with respect all the players respect him, he respects referees and also they respect him, he doesnt argue with decisions and takes everything that is brought to him, on the other hand i think that a person who doesnt have professional conduct is Alex ferguson, for example when he kicked the boot at david beckham, tis shows that he didnt treat his players right all the time and when decisions on the pitch dont go his way he argues with the referee, he gives the referee unadded pressure and to me this is when he doesnts have professional conduct.
Health and safety
It is important that coaches take health and safety into account as nowadays there is a lot of suing that goes on, all coaches are seen as liable if anything happens to the children that they are meant to be looking after and coaching.

Health and safety is really important as it shows you take a lot of care into your training sessions and you are really take everything into account. It also shows you are organized and to make sure that nothing happens whilst your coaching you make sure that you have set your drills up first.

The coach has to take into consideration how young or old his squad or group of players he is coaching, the coach has to take child welfare into account. This means seeing anything dangerous and immediately removing it, a person who i think does this really well is andy flower the england cricket coach, everytime that a new young lad and even a new older lad comes into the england squad, he really helps them and is massive on health and safety, because he knows that many of the new players wont have played at the intensity levels of international cricket he eases the new players into it and gradually makes all training harder and faster i think that his knowledge of health and safety and keeping his players safe is very good and one that i think needs to be taken upon by other coaches in other sports.
Equal opportunities
A good coach has to give all children equal opportunities whilst he is working with them this is because every child is given a chance of enjoying the sport even if they arent good at it. Giving everyone equal opportunities puts everybody on the same level this discludes favoritism and means non of the children can say you are being unfair.

Most coaches favouritse towards a certain set of children or child. many coaches dont give children equal opportunities it is mostly because the children are at different levels in the way they do a certain sport, so most coaches favor the 'sporty' ones and the other children are left not really knowing what to do. This is what separates a good and a bad coach because a bad coach will just work with the people who are already good at that specific sport and this will only make the better ones better. A good coach will take everybody into consideration, this makes both the good players and the not so good players get better at the sport and also puts all the children on the same playing surface.

I think that a manager that gives everybody an equal oppertunity is Roy Hodgson as he is the England manager and is the person who always seems to call young players up and gives them a chance to shine in the team and i think that this is why he is one of those people.

Knowledge of the coaching environment
It is really important that a coach as a good knowledge of his/her surroundings before they run a session, there are many reasons why it important that a coach should know their surroundings, for example if they are working outside a coach needs to know how far away from the road they are working so a child cant get out and run over, he also needs to know if there are any gates or fences around so they cant get out of the surrounding area, If they are coaching in an open space and they know that the space doesnt have fences and the children can get out then they can arrange another member of staff to over look the training session so if a child runs off then they can carry on with the training session whilst the other member of staff gets the child thats ran off.

A coach also needs to know their surroundings that they are coaching in because if a child gets injured then they need to know where to get first aid kit from they also need to know where their nearest nurse is. Also if its within a school they need to know where to get in touch with a member of staff if a child isnt listening to them or is messing about.
Communication
A good skill to have whilst being a coach is good communication, it enables the coach to have full control over the players or people that they are coaching.

It is important to have have good communication whilst being a coach because If you have good communication then the group is more likely to follow orders and it is easier to get across to the group.

Communication can get across what and how you mean something, for example if you want your group to do something then the coach raises their voice this show authority and gets their message across this is why communication is good.

Many coaches use communication whilst managing their teams this is a good way of getting messages on and off the pitch and is one of the main reason why teams are successful, good communication equals successful.
Describe and explain three skills common
to successful sports coaches,
using examples of coaches
from different sports

Organisation
It is important for a coach to be organised as this makes a coaching session a lot better for the players and the coach if they have a training session already planned, good oranisation makes a better training session, it helps the coach know exactly what they need to work on with specific players.

A good coach gathers information before, during and after a training session they look into detail at faults and also the good points that a player has, they analise a players proformance and take them aside to talk to them, this is what separates good coaches to the bad, this makes teams more successful, it also helps players have a greater understanding of their weeknesses and areas improvement, so a good coach would be organised and know the areas of weakness on all their players.

A good coach knows his fixtures in hand and gets intouch of players way before the game, asks if players for availability to see if they need to ask any other players into the squad. A good organised coach is Jose Mourinho, you know he is good at organising as he has managed so many successfull teams.
It is important for a good sports coach to show demenstations this is so the group that the coach is teaching have a clear understanding of what they need to do in the drills that are set, this gives the players a better understanding of what they need to do and also helps them progress in their specific activities that are set. This also sets the group up for when they get into a group game, with the coach showing demenstration this gives them an understanding when it comes into a game.
Effective Demonstration
Techniques
Time Management
Time management is an important skill when it come to sports coaching, Time management is important when coaching because a coach need to be on time to be there to manage there group, a coach sets a time for players so therefore he should make that time, he should also be there 15-30 minutes before depending on facilities and how long the coach has to set up his stations.

Also a coach has to have good time management whilst doing the session because he needs to know how long to spend on each drill and a good coach will save enough time at the end for a game for the children to practice the drills that they have trained.

Sir Alex Ferguson has great time management as it is reported that he is always the first on the training ground, he is there to set up drills and always knows how much time he needs to work on each station.
Goal setting
Describe and explain three different
techniques that are used
by coaches, to improve the
performance of athletes
It is important for a good sports coach sets goals for themselves and also for the team, with goals it means that the team and also the coach have something to reach towards. It means a team can review where abouts they at with their goals and if they need to extend their goals with their coach to make them better. It also gives chance for a coach to see how certain players are progressing with their individual goals and is able to review their own proformance.
Observation analysis is really improtant when it comes to coaching, it gives a coach time to analyse other players and other teams, it also gives a coach time to set his team up, set them tactics and also set man marking up if needed.
Observation Analysis
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