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Chelsea FC V0.6

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Transcript of Chelsea FC V0.6

RULES

9v8
WITHIN THE GRIDED AREA IS A 5v4
BLUES ARE LOOKING TO KEEP POSSESSION RED TEAM LOOKING TO WIN THE BALL.
WHEN RED TEAM GET A TOUCH ON THE BALL A 2ND BALL WILL BE RELEASED FOR RED TEAM TO COUNTER ATTACK.
BLUES MUST RECOVER ON DEFENSIVE TRANSITION.
(trying to win the ball or regroup with team stability)

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NEEDS: (examples)
- Ruben Loftus-Cheek recovery runs
- George Brady control of blocks/clearances
- Charlie Wakefield end product from wide left
Football
Philosophy
Excellence
Winning
Behaviours
Talent
Pathway
Staff
Management
Respect
To produce one Chelsea Football Club 1st Team player per season.
VISION
To develop talented professional footballers that demonstrate a winning mentality in day-to-day training and matches. They make the right choices on and off the pitch and surround themselves with the right people.
AIM
Chelsea
FC

Football
Philosophy
Respect
Talent Pathway
Excellence
Winning Behaviours
KEY PHILOSOPHY POINTS
Chelsea
FC

Chelsea Design Components
TRAINING THEMES
LIBRARY OF PRACTICES
DAILY & WEEKLY
PLANNER
MATCH
PREPARATION
REVIEW AND MONITOR -S ,
M & L TERM
TECHNICAL PROGRAMME
TECHNICAL
PROGRAMME
5 RINGS
THE PROCESS
MAKING IT HAPPEN
IAP CALENDER
MENTAL SKILLS
EVALUATION & REFLECTION
LIFESTYLE & WELFARE
PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS
PERFORMER WORKSHOPS
Chelsea Design Components
Play out from the back
Control the tempo
Break lines & play forward
Rotate & interchange positions
Play quickly in &
arround the box
Creative in wide areas, with 3 & 2 in the box
Express themselves at the right time & areas
Quick transition -
Offensive & defensive
Defend as a team - High
or mid Press
Defend as an individual
Winning mentality
Philosophy Objectives
Our shape: On the Ball
1-4-3-3 (2&1 or 1&2)

3&4:
Quickly split wide to create space to receive. Drop to sides of both to give depth if necessary. Where possible, step with the ball to cover ground & create overloads in mid third.

2&5:
Start high and wide to create space, open lines to receive from 3&4 or GK aerially. In attack support the wide player and go beyond when winger comes inside.

6:
(holding): Provide angles in a central area to receive the ball from 3&4. Stay disciplined by supporting from behind in attack maintaining central screen. Switch play efficiently.

6&8:
Play as a pair off each others lines, rotating to receive the ball when necessary. Look to find space to receive in order to go forward as frequently as possible. Run beyond oppositions back line at times (box to box).

10 (2&1):
Find space behind opposition midfield line. Open passing angles by playing off 6&8 lines to allow us to play through. Provide close support/link with number 9 and go beyond at times.

7&11:
Stretch the pitch initially (high & wide). Find balance between maintaining width for the team and coming in to link up play inside (overload).

9:
Adjust with movement of the ball to open passing angles from back/mid players. Link up with number 10 and threaten behind when necessary.
Team - Our Prefered Shape
Liverpool v Chelsea
FA Youth Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg
Friday 12th April 2013
Chelsea FC Team Sheet - 12/04/2013
FA Youth Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg
Substitutes
12. SWIFT
13. KILLIP (GK)
14. CONROY
15. HUNTE
16. DABO
Chelsea FC Team Sheet - 12/04/2013
FA Youth Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg
Our Press
Game Plan
'Recover & Review'
AM
Screening
Player & coach review match footage & log.

Light technical session with small opposed work dependant on minutes played.
This is an occasion to
ENJOY!!
A Semi Final at Anfield
Coach and player meets to discuss match performance and log, with agreed action points going forward.

PM
MONDAY

You have worked tremendously hard to get here
You enjoy most if you WIN!!!!
'Game Awareness'
AM
Tight areas to increase speed of ball & player movement and test the technical ability. Rules, themes and stimulus for player problem solving.

Player Individual Action Plans.


PM
TUESDAY
GOOD LUCK, ENJOY & WIN!!!!
'Game Related'
AM
Philosophy themes using areas and pitch sizes which relate to the game, e.g. switching the play – use full width, counter attacking and box to box runs.

Player Individual Action Plans.


PM
WEDNESDAY
'Position Specific'
AM
Develop players and team in relevant positions and formation with flexibility in area & size. Include tactical/game plan information
for next match.


Performance Education Session.

PM
THURSDAY
'Match Prep'
AM
Short, sharp bouts of work in tighter areas. Reaction drills, crossing & finishing plus tactical prep if needed. Usually finishing with ‘winning mentality’ games.
PM
FRIDAY
Defensive
Positional sense
Communication
Blocking lines
Game Plan
Offensive
RLC
Pressing position
Stop forward passes
Distance from LB & RLC
Position for press/distances
Work rate defensively
Blocking lines
Body angle on press
Aggressive shutting down
Recovery central positions
Tempo in possession
Clever use of the ball
Distances from CB’s when playing Out
Spacial awareness/intelligence
High start position/link play
Goal scoring positions/pocket
Width first then inside movement
Spacial awareness
Decision making on the ball
Goal threat
Back to goal play
Decision making/awareness of runners
Goal threat

PHILOSOPHY OBJECTIVES COVERED:
- Offensive & defensive transition
- Defending as a team
- Attacking in central areas
High & wide starting positions
Timing of movement off the line
Goal threat
FA Youth Cup Semi-Final 1st Leg
Friday 12th April 2013 IF engage CB after pass from GK
CC press straight onto deep lying midfielder in central position
JB/AK block balls to FB’s
LB/RLC front foot press position
Back 4 up - high press
MB good starting position
RULES

5v3 IN BOTH PENALTY AREAS
GK & 4 DEFENDERS MUST LOOK TO KEEP THE BALL AWAY FROM THE ATTACKING PLAYERS IN ORDER TO TRANSFER BALL TO THE 3 BLUE ATTACKERS IN OPPOSITE PENALTY BOX.
AFTER BLUE ATTACK RED TEAM LOOK TO PLAY OUT FROM THE BACK

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NEEDS: (examples)
Joe Tupper using feet against high press
Ali Suljic play off left side to improve weak foot
Issac Christie-Davies deceleration when pressing
PHILOSOPHY OBJECTIVES COVERED:
- Offensive & defensive transition
- Defending as a team
- Attacking in central areas
Control the Tempo
of the Game
RULES

LOOK TO DEVELOP RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE
FULL-BACK & WINGER
SWITCHING PLAY & ATTACKING WITH WIDTH WILL
OPEN UP CENTRAL SPACES
STAY DEFENSIVELY TIGHT & COMPACT, USE OFFSIDE.
OFFSIDE’S APPLY.
SCORE IN GOAL OR BY PASSING THROUGH SIDE GATE.
WORK DEFENSIVELY TO PREVENT OPPOSITION FROM SCORING IN WIDE AREAS.

INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS NEED: (examples)
Fikayo Tomori breaking lines on touch
Kasey Palmer runs beyond front player
Jake Clarke-Salter organise team vocally
PHILOSOPHY OBJECTIVES COVERED:
- Offensive & defensive transition
- Defending as a team
- Attacking in central areas
Win Tactical Battle
Work Rate Team Will
Equal Success
REVIEW TEAM/PLAYER ACTIVITIES
RULES

9v8
WITHIN THE GRIDED AREA IS A 5v4
BLUES ARE LOOKING TO KEEP POSSESSION RED TEAM LOOKING TO WIN THE BALL.
WHEN RED TEAM GET A TOUCH ON THE BALL A 2ND BALL WILL BE RELEASED FOR RED TEAM TO COUNTER ATTACK.
BLUES MUST RECOVER ON DEFENSIVE TRANSITION.
(trying to win the ball or regroup with team stability)

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER NEEDS: (examples)
- Ruben Loftus-Cheek recovery runs
- George Brady control of blocks/clearances
- Charlie Wakefield end product from wide left
IAP Pathway
Coach to Coach Handover
Pre-Season Evaluation
Staff Technical Meeting
Head Coach & Player Discussion
Motivation Workshop
(What, Why, How)
Player Commitment to video
Staff
Players
Chelsea FC ‘5 Rings’ approach to player development
Physical &
movement
skills
Technical /
Tactical
Mental
Lifestyle &
Welfare
Medical
Deliver
Agree CSR Groups
(inc Staff)
CSR Cycle
Starts
The academy case study
review using the 5 rings
Measure
REVIEW ACTIONS
Plan IAP Sessions
PLAYER REVIEWS
Execute
Reflect
ONE
TWO
THREE
...MORE
Football
Philosophy
Play out from the back
Control the tempo
Break lines & play forward
Rotate & interchange positions
Play quickly in &
arround the box
Creative in wide areas, with 3 & 2 in the box
Express themselves at the right time & areas
Quick transition -
Offensive & defensive
Defend as a team - High
or mid Press
Defend as an individual
Winning mentality
Our shape: On the Ball
1-4-3-3 (2&1 or 1&2)

3&4:
Quickly split wide to create space to receive. Drop to sides of both to give depth if necessary. Where possible, step with the ball to cover ground & create overloads in mid third.

2&5
: Start high and wide to create space, open lines to receive from 3&4 or GK aerially. In attack support the wide player and go beyond when winger comes inside.

6
: (holding): Provide angles in a central area to receive the ball from 3&4. Stay disciplined by supporting from behind in attack maintaining central screen. Switch play efficiently.

6&8
: Play as a pair off each others lines, rotating to receive the ball when necessary. Look to find space to receive in order to go forward as frequently as possible. Run beyond oppositions back line at times (box to box).

10 (2&1)
: Find space behind opposition midfield line. Open passing angles by playing off 6&8 lines to allow us to play through. Provide close support/link with number 9 and go beyond at times.

7&11
: Stretch the pitch initially (high & wide). Find balance between maintaining width for the team and coming in to link up play inside (overload).

9
: Adjust with movement of the ball to open passing angles from back/mid players. Link up with number 10 and threaten behind when necessary.
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