We all fell in love with this beautiful game at some point in our lives. Most of us at a young age when playing around was fun and chasing and possessing the ball was the greatest thing in the world. When it comes to preserving the love for the game for the very youngest and to avoid losing kids from stopping to play football, some points are crucial.
Through the ages, the FIFA World Cup has become a stage to showcase the greatest talents from each competing nation…however, this particular tournament seems to be counting the injury cost of some of the biggest names in their respective squads who are playing domestically & continentally right up to the curtain raising spectacular!
Regular training and competition over the course of a season in European professional soccer is generally characterized by a pre-competition preparation period of five to six weeks, followed by two competition phases, interspersed with a winter break.
As the World Cup 2022 was awarded to the middle east for the first time since the inception of the greatest football show on earth began, few people have been unable to fully appreciate the finances involved within the whole concept.
As coaching and performance staff start to map out the next few months, whether it be in-season or pre-season periods, understanding how to maximise performance is fundamental to the planning process. Using a specific training methodology enables coaches to have clarity on what to deliver to the players, and also provides a learning environment for the longer-term period.