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Performance analysis

Notational analysis- Successful and Unsuccessful passes
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Jemma Rose

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The coaching process Performance analysis AIMS Mid third (Bate 1988) found that the higher number of passes made within the mid third of the pitch the more chances of the midfield combining with the strikers and entering the final third to create a shot at goal. Define the terms; notational analysis and performance indicators using relevant and up to date literature
Define the findings from my notational analysis using the software "game breaker"
Link findings to the coaching process What are performance indicators? A performance indicator is a selection, or combination or action that aims to define some aspects of performance and should lead to a successful performance or outcome of an individual, team or aspects of a team.( Hughes and Bartlett, 2002) MRB V TOTTENHAM Unsuccessful Passes Final third Mid third Defending third Key findings- Successful v unsuccessful passes with the defensive third, mid third and final third of the pitch. Notational analysis Luxbacher (1999) there are a variety of methods a team can use when playing out of the their defensive third ; a kick down field from the goal keeper, a pass in to midfield, or in to channels. 30% of goals are scored through short passes in and around the final third. 30% are from crosses and long balls.(Doucet, 2004). Final third Defensive third Lack passes in and around the final third Final score 1-1 Away leg Evident Tottenham wanted to play out from the back as they made more successful passes in their defensive third during both sets of analysis than the final third. could have been a tactic leading into the match as Tottehham had an overload in midfield.
14 successful passes made within defensive third, 10 successful passes made within the final third Combination play with forwards Lower the number of penetrating passes the lower amount of goals will be scored Higher number of successful passes into midfield in the first half this could be due to;
Fatigue
Tactics- could have tried to go direct. Possession stats The average number of passes per game is 320 to 400 (Doucet 2004) Possession of the ball results in the choice of pass, making use of the spaces given, and dribbling with the ball. These are all elements of technical and tactical control (Hughes and Franks 2004) conclusion - coaching context From this data and observation technique the analysis and manager can then provide the team or certain individual’s goals to work on. For example if Tottenham’s statistics show they are making more unsuccessful passes than successful this could be down to the technique of the player both passing the ball and the receiver. Likewise the receiver could be losing the ball to a lack of physique and ability to hold the ball up. Technique.. Tactical.. Behavioral.. Physical.. Europa league! Successful Clinical finishing Face up and play forward Quality of forward pass Confidence to play out from the back References Notational analysis is another form of observational analysis, where human behaviour is observed and subjectively classified according to a set of behaviour categories being used.(Lafont,2007 and 2008). Notational analysis is a method of analysing and recording the dynamic situations and events that may occur during a field match, this allows the data to be gathered in an abstract and specific way (Hughes and Franks, 2008).

Hughes (1998) and O’Donoghue (2008) stated that there are five purposes of notational analysis which applies to performance analysis; Tactical evaluation, Technical evaluation, Analysis of movement, Coach and player education and Performance modelling – the use of match analysis databases. Notational analysis Must win match! Reasons for selecting this match... The main reason for selecting this match to notate was (Taylor et al., 2008) states the need for notational analysts and coaches to consider the potential effects match location, preparation of the team leading up to the match and the quality of the opposition when assessing a particular teams performance and statistics.

Therefore my aim was to consider whether or not these variables could of played an integral part within Tottenhams poor performance as this particular match was a must win away leg fixture within the Europe league. . . . . . . Links to the feedback and planning phases of the coaching process- coach must now devise specific training sessions in order to improve their goal ratios. "No change in performance of any kind will take place without feedback" ( Hughes and Franks, 2008) Sometimes referred to as the play makers (Hughed and Franks 2008) •Bate, R. (1988) Football chance: tactics and strategy. London: Science and football.
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•Hughes, M. (1998) The application of notational analysis to racket sports. In A. Lees, I. Maynard, M. Hughes and T. Reilly (eds), science and racket sports 2 (pp. 211-20), London:E and FN Spon
•Jenkins, R.E., Morgan, L. and O’Donoghue, P.G. (2007) ‘A case study into the effectiveness of computerized match analysis and motivational videos within the coaching of a league netball team’, International Journal of Performance Analysis of Sport, 7(2): 59-80
•Lafont, D. (2008) ‘Gaze control during the hitting phase in tennis: a preliminary study’ , International Journal of Performance Analysis of Sport, 8(1):76-84.
•Lafont, D. (2007) ‘Towards a new hitting model in tennis’, International Journal of Performance analysis of Sport, 7 (3):106-16.
•(Luxbacher, J., 1999. Attacking Soccer. Human Kinetics.)
•O’Donoghue,P. (2010) Research Methods for sports performance analysis. London and New York : Routledge.
•O’Donoghue, P.G. (2008a) ‘Principal components analysis in the selection of key performance indicators in sport’, international journal of performance analysis of sport, 8(3): 145-55. References
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