Good coaches prepare their players properly for a match. They make sure everybody knows the team’s strategy and their parts in making it happen. They then ask themselves certain questions during the action to focus on how they can help their players to deliver success.
Isn’t football beautiful? Such a simple objective yet how we achieve it can vary so widely. I have always felt that sport, and particularly football, is an art form in that how a team, manager, or player decides to express themselves is entirely up to them.
We are seeing many managers and coaches taking new positions in clubs during the close season. These leaders come from different backgrounds, different cultures and with different experiences.
Wherever they come from, however, they all face certain challenges.
There has been a re-emergence and resurgence of 4-3-3 at the highest levels of the game. Many modern and successful coaches are currently favouring this formation ahead of other possible options to achieve positive results.
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