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UEFA 'B' LICENCE PROJECT

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Eddy Griffiths

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Transcript of UEFA 'B' LICENCE PROJECT

MY UEFA 'B' PROJECT

Scheme of Work
My Philosophy
"Players should be in an environment where they play with freedom. An environment where mistakes are not seen as a negative but an attempt to TRY new things. An environment where players explore, develop and learn through playing in practices which replicate the 'game' and allow maximum ball contact time"
PLAYER PROFILES
'Club Philosophy'
"The Shadow Youth Team program is designed to bridge the gap between grassroots and academy football"

"It gives talented young players between the ages of 16 and 18 the chance to combine academic studies with practical football experience"
Playing out from the back
Playing out from the back into Midfield
Playing out from the back into wide areas
Playing out from the back into wide areas to create an attack
Building an attack through wide or central areas

Building an attack to finish

Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
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3

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11
9
"Out, Into, onto, through"
Pressing from the front
Defending with a midfield block
Defending as a compact back 4 & midfield 3
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
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2
3

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10
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11
9
"When to press, hold, drop or screen"
In Possession
Out of Possession
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3
EDDY GRIFFITHS
1 - 4 - 3 - 3
GoalKeeper
Centre Back
Full Back
Central Defensive Midfield
4
1
Central Attacking Midfield
8
Central Attacking Midfield
10
Wide Forward
7
Wide Forward
11
Central Forward
9
Centre Back
Full Back

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Out - In / Defensive third
Out - In / Midfield Third
Out - In / Attacking Third
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week 6
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3

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11
9
"Think about the
What if's
"
Transition
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6

3
In - Out / Attacking Third
In - Out / Midfield Third
In - Out / Defensive third
Distribute Quickly – recognising when to play short and when to play long in regards to countering quickly and effectively.
If we can’t attack quickly then know when to slow it down, build and retain the ball
Communication to players in front (purposeful and instructive, urgency if required)
Be an option for defenders when they are in possession (Position relative to the ball )

Starting position changes quickly in relation to the where the ball has been won
Effective position in the goal in regards to angle of the ball
Communication to players in front (purposeful and instructive)

Effective distribution – recognising when to play short and when to play long (Quick or slow?)
Communication to players in front (purposeful and instructive)
Be an option for defenders when they are in possession (Position relative to the ball)

Effective position in the goal in regards to angle of the ball
Effective shot stopping, decision of type of save and reaction to second chances.
Starting position relative to the where the ball is on the pitch
Communication to players in front (purposeful and instructive)

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Match Day
In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Secure the first pass to ensure we keep possession
Look to play quickly to counter attack
If we can’t attack quickly then know when to slow it down, build and retain the ball
Recognition of teammates who have driven forward and if they need to sit in and cover for them.
‘Come up marking’ – progress up the pitch being aware of any opposing players which could be a potential threat

Put immediate pressure on the ball, depending on distance to the ball.
IF out numbered, delay and deny the opposition
Prevent them playing centrally and encourage them to play wide, sidewards or back
Regain organisation into a compact unit

Be in a position to receive the ball from the keeper (Wide and deep)
Look to play forward into midfield or attackers (Break lines or play over if required) Retain the ball if pass isn’t on.
Be an option for team mates to use to recycle the ball and find another way if they can’t play forward


Be tight marking to opposing attackers and prevent them playing forward/Force back or away from goal
Show opposing players outside, prevent them coming inside.
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Predict long balls going over the top and shape up ready to deal with them.
Stay compact as a back 4 (Good distances between defenders, shuffle together)
Pass-on rotating opposite players to team mate (Communication)


In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Quickly look to support play, high and wide to create an overload (However think about the ‘what if’
If we can’t attack quickly then know when to slow it down, build and retain the ball
Recognition of teammates who have driven forward and if they need to sit in and cover for them.

Put immediate pressure on the ball, depending on distance to the ball
IF out number, delay and deny the opposition
Prevent them playing centrally and encourage wide, sideward or back
Regain organisation into a compact unit

Look for forward passes which break lines.
Recognition of when to push on and support higher up the pitch or when to stay back and stay compact as a back 4.
Recognition of when to pass/drive inside or use the width out wide.
Positional stay high and wide to offer goalkeeper an option.


Recognition of distance to opposing wide player, can they be close enough to effect first touch or their decision.
Force players wide away from danger (central areas).
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Prevent deliveries into the box.
Predict long balls going over the top and shape up ready to deal with them.
Stay compact as a back 4 (Good distances between defenders, shuffle together)
Pass-on rotating opposite players to team mate (Communication)

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Assessing priority decision - pass or dribble (Can we play forward quickly?)
Assessing space, team mates, opposition and ball
Clever movement off the ball to break up opposite units – Prioritise being positive
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players (Work backwards).

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards
Stay compact and narrow to deny penetrative passes centrally
Recover ground/stay connected to midfield unit.

Look to link with other midfield players quickly to disorganise opposition (With clever movement off the ball to break up opposite units)
Play forward into attackers when it’s on (Break lines through or over their defence or into ST feet)
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players.

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards
Stay compact and narrow to deny penetrative passes centrally
Mark tight or protect passing lanes
Stay connected to midfield unit

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Assessing priority decision – pass or dribble (Can we play forward quickly?)
Assessing space, team mates, opposition and ball
Progress up the pitch efficiently (If team mates positions allow)
Clever movement off the ball to play between opposite units
Support CAM and ST with runs inside, outside and beyond.
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players (Work backwards)

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (However, don’t be taken out of the game).
Tuck in and defend compact and narrow to force play wide, sideways or back.
Recover ground/stay connected to midfield unit.

Recognise when to play high and wide or when to play inside and drive centrally.
Deliver crosses into the box.
Create overloads going forward.
Be positive 1v1.
Support CAM, ST and other WA with runs inside, outside and beyond.

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (Don’t allow themselves to be taken out of the game).
Tuck in and defend compact and narrow to force play sideways or back.
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Prevent opposition crosses.
Track and pass-on opposing players (Communication).

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Assessing priority decision – shoot? dribble? Pass? (Can we play forward quickly)
Be clever with movement beyond their defensive line.
Find gaps in-between or beyond units (Defence & Midfield).

Angle of press has to make play predictable.
IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (Don’t be taken out of the game).
IF we can’t win higher up, then sit back in and regain shape as the top, middle point of the 1-4-3-3

Recognise opportunities to shoot early.
Show for passes into feet to hold up for supporting runs.
Be clever with movement beyond their defensive line.
Find gaps in-between units (Defence and Midfield).

Angle of press has to make play predictable.
IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (Don’t allow themselves to be taken out of the game).
IF we can’t win higher up, then sit back in and regain shape

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Move in-between lines to find pockets of space to receive
Assessing priority decision - pass or dribble (Can we play forward quickly)
move the ball quickly to progress up the pitch quickly.
Retain & build the ball if pass isn’t on using deeper players (Work backwards)

IF distance allows, put immediate pressure on the ball to win the ball back or force them backwards
Deny space centrally and encourage them to play wide
Regain shape to screen/protect back 4

Be clever with movement to enable GK to play through to CDM.
Look to link with other midfield players or forward into attackers (Break lines or play over if required, move the ball quickly)
Retain the ball if pass isn’t on using CB’s or FB’

Provide a defensive screen by preventing passes into opposing ST
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Drop in as extra CB if the CB gets drawn out of position
Deny space centrally and encourage them to play wide

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3
Defending wide areas
Defending outnumbered
Defending as a team
'My Playing Philosophy'
1 - 4 - 3 - 3
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"No two
'exact'
same situations happen in a 90 minute game of football, however
'very similar'
situations occur time and time again. So therefore can I equip the players with the refined technical and tactical information to deal with various situations. it is then up to the players to be the decision makers on the pitch"
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In Possession
Out of Possession
In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Quickly look to support play, high and wide to create an overload (However think about the ‘what if’
If we can’t attack quickly then know when to slow it down, build and retain the ball
Recognition of teammates who have driven forward and if they need to sit in and cover for them.

Put immediate pressure on the ball, depending on distance to the ball
IF out number, delay and deny the opposition
Prevent them playing centrally and encourage wide, sideward or back
Regain organisation into a compact unit

Look for forward passes which break lines.
Recognition of when to push on and support higher up the pitch or when to stay back and stay compact as a back 4.
Recognition of when to pass/drive inside or use the width out wide.
Positional stay high and wide to offer goalkeeper an option.


Recognition of distance to opposing wide player, can they be close enough to effect first touch or their decision.
Force players wide away from danger (central areas).
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Prevent deliveries into the box.
Predict long balls going over the top and shape up ready to deal with them.
Stay compact as a back 4 (Good distances between defenders, shuffle together)
Pass-on rotating opposite players to team mate (Communication)

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Assessing priority decision - pass or dribble (Can we play forward quickly?)
Assessing space, team mates, opposition and ball
Clever movement off the ball to break up opposite units – Prioritise being positive
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players (Work backwards).

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards
Stay compact and narrow to deny penetrative passes centrally
Recover ground/stay connected to midfield unit.

Look to link with other midfield players quickly to disorganise opposition (With clever movement off the ball to break up opposite units)
Play forward into attackers when it’s on (Break lines through or over their defence or into ST feet)
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players.

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards
Stay compact and narrow to deny penetrative passes centrally
Mark tight or protect passing lanes
Stay connected to midfield unit

In Possession
Out of Possession
Transition - In to Out
Transition - Out to In
Assessing priority decision – pass or dribble (Can we play forward quickly?)
Assessing space, team mates, opposition and ball
Progress up the pitch efficiently (If team mates positions allow)
Clever movement off the ball to play between opposite units
Support CAM and ST with runs inside, outside and beyond.
Retain the ball if pass forward isn’t on using CDM or deeper players (Work backwards)

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (However, don’t be taken out of the game).
Tuck in and defend compact and narrow to force play wide, sideways or back.
Recover ground/stay connected to midfield unit.

Recognise when to play high and wide or when to play inside and drive centrally.
Deliver crosses into the box.
Create overloads going forward.
Be positive 1v1.
Support CAM, ST and other WA with runs inside, outside and beyond.

IF distance allows, press to win the ball back or force them backwards (Don’t allow themselves to be taken out of the game).
Tuck in and defend compact and narrow to force play sideways or back.
Angle of press has to make play predictable.
Prevent opposition crosses.
Track and pass-on opposing players (Communication).

Match day behaviors...
Burnley FC Shadow Youth Team
Scheme of Work 17/18
"It reduces problem solving skills
It decreases decision making skills
It reduces creativity in players
It reduces the enjoyment
It increases the pressure put on players
It increases anxiety in the child
It decreases the ability of the player to cope independently"
MacLelland, 2018
"Body language of a coach from the touchline can sometimes help the team get out of certain situations and can motivate the players help to overcome particular problems"
Spiteri, 2017
6 week cycle
1 - 1 PLAYER REVIEWS
Be expansive to create space to allow us to play out from the back.

Rotate with freedom but keep a good structure within the formation

Keep the ball for a purpose -
"think forward, Play forward"
Be compact and narrow out of possession. Protect central areas and force wide when the ball enters our half.

Operate as a team who enjoy their time out of possession who understand their roles and appreciate the space they are denying.

Being defensively successful as an individual often doesn't require you to tackle. IF you can force play away from your side of the pitch, that's success.


Plan, Do, Review
Transition / Out - In / Positive Transition
Dealing with positive transition in our defensive 1/3.
Objective
Topic
My Journey :
Reflection
The players
...and what we can't change
Their mindset/motives
Access to the players
Match day
My change in behaviors
What is success?
How have I changed?
Is this in cement?
3 Positives

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Dropped in to receive the ball well
- Tried to always be on half turn
- Pressed well and rushed opponents decision

3 Negatives
- Didn’t get up for any headers
- Didn’t choose the best option of pass sometimes / was weak with my left foot
- Wasn’t always prepared for the next ball or to get back after doing a 40/50 yard sprint
Haydn Carroll - Self review - 28/3/18
x5
'On'
'Around'
'Away'
60%
30%
10%
Repetition and Intervention approach
The delivery
...How my coaching has changed
Pitch geography
Identify :
SECONDARY
Use the 11v11 format
Units : LATERAL
VERTICAL
VARIOUS
...What's changed?
PRIMARY
DEF 1/3
MID 1/3
ATT 1/3
Chunk out - Break down into thirds
Thanks for listening
Any Questions?
1st Team
2nd Team
3rd Team
4th Team
FREEDOM TO ROTATE?
Pictures created
Wanting to be a footballer < Enjoying football
Education, work, other commitments
Fixtures
How game time has a knock on affect
Results vs Observations
Development Vs Age/Stage
Adaptability and environment
What now
...Continuing development
Refine Technical detail and how it is delivered (Weight of pass)

Continue to work towards effecting 3 or 4 players with each intervention - With the use of 60%, 30% and 10% of information given to Primary and secondary players

Continue to explore session design and practice to allow flow

Encourage peer - peer feedback and reviewing

Continue to explore the links between individuals and units on the pitch and the constant change in scenarios

Be creative with how I see the game being played and coached. Explore and develop my ever changing philosophy
Big take away messages
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