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Hat-trick Principle

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Kevin Sanders

on 28 November 2013

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Hat-trick Principle
Workshop Objectives
Success and how it is viewed by you and the player
The Future Game Philosophy – Keyworth Philosophy
Defining Learning Objectives for your practice
Keeping it simple – You were a child once
Using objectives to bring out key coaching points


Task one in small groups on the sticky notes right down how you view success and what success means to you?

5 mins and feedback Lets go!! Group with the most answers win a prize!!!

Definition of Success
“Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” ― Winston Churchill

“The accomplishment of an aim or a purpose”
“Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it.” Salvador Dalí

“Our greatest glory is not in never falling,but in rising every time we fall.” Confucius

“We haven’t lost, we have learnt” KEV SANDERS

“Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is"
Vince Lombardi

“Success for me is learning a new skill I can show my parents! Adam aged 9

Task 2: Spend a couple of minutes thinking about
1) Your biggest achievement in life and
2) Your biggest achievement in football.

Write them down on the stick it note and come up and put it on the board.

An academy kid is trapped on the near touchline, ball at his feet, two lads bearing down on him. He gets out of it with a lovely reverse pass…
‘You see, that, to me, is a goal,’ Micciche says. ‘At this age, you can swing your boot and the ball goes in, and everyone says “well done”. But it’s not necessarily progress, there’s no development. To see him do that, inside, I feel like we’ve scored, because he wouldn’t have tried it six months ago.’ - Mail Online (February 6th 2013)

How do kids view success: The Players lens
Ask the players!
Use reflection cards
Speak to children in your family
Get the kids to do presentations
Make it fun!

“Seeing ourselves through learners' eyes provides valid and reliable evidence for our practices as teachers and in particular how and what students are learning”
-Brookfield, Critical lenses- 1995

How do you know all your team view success in the same way?
What interventions or tools could you use to make sure the players, parents and coaches all understand what success is for the team?
What do the players think?
We listened....... The Future Game Philosophy

To produce technically excellent and innovative players with exceptional decision making skills

Develop excellent teachers of the game

Ability to retain the ball and play through the thirds
Create reflective coaches

And so have the club
From your support, views and help at the into meeting we have been busy writing a club playing philosophy....
Keyworth United will endeavor to play creative possession based football that is structured around developing players who are innovative and comfortable in possession by having a emphasis of fun rather than win at all costs

In possession we want to play to each teams strengths but have the foundation to build from the back by creating and exploiting space, playing at a high tempo with accurate passes and encouraging imagination and self expression with a desire to win.

Out of possession we strive to win the ball back quickly by pressing the opposition as a unit and players must recognise transition and react both with and without the ball.

Our long term goal is to integrate as many of our junior players into the first team squad or the professional game dependent on player development and progress.

Keyworth United
club/playing philosophy

So how do we put this into action?
The Hat trick principle for success: What is it? Why use it?

The focus on 3 main objectives you want to get out of each practice

Elements of success in each session

Links to coaching points

Player friendly

Combats potential ‘over coaching'


Gives structure

Enables reflection

Keeps it simple: players & coach

Session Planning- Reflecting

Plan then reflect? Or Reflect while planning?

Using the Hat trick principle lets spend some time going through some sessions and focus on the 3 main points you want to come of each session.

So for example............
Defending as a unit
Simplicity is Key to Success

Your players will view success in many ways just like you
By keeping the sessions simple in design but stimulating in detail you will see the FUN FACTOR!

“Simplicity is genius”- Ron Greenwood
Planning for success

1 Objective…3 Points
- FA LTPD…4 Corners
- STEP Principles
- Age appropriate activities
- Game realistic
- Reflection
Final thoughts

Success is viewed differently but a commonality
in your beliefs will help you as a coach but remember success is never just a straight line!
Our role is to improve the Standard of Coaching

Give the players the tools to become experts of the game. Help and guide their decision making for the right tool to use in the situation and they will learn and remember it! If we as coaches can do this we will achieve success!!

@Kev_Sanders www.kevsanders.co.uk
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