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Thread: Who’s At Fault?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    This thread is exactly to have Considine and McInnes on repeat.
    Considine should have been at fault for giving away a pen on Thursday.
    Fortunately he got away with it so we weren’t impacted as a result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Br0chred View Post
    But surely the forum is for folk to express opinions so if its his call then so be it. No worse, in fact better, than others who would have Considine or McInnes on repeat.
    He's not doing too bad he's hit 2 pages already, doing better than my abmad poster league.

    In fact I should really be adding 10 points on to him for his thread success.

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    .... 3 pages. At this rate he'll be top of the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RED_JOHN View Post
    Haven’t got a clue...explain it please?
    Not the correct place for it and I’m not inclined to educate you here either.
    It’s something that the basics are taught to U8’s as a very effective attacking phase, being aware of space and exploiting it.
    Maybe your youngest will get taught it soon, else you can google or go on a coaching course and ask there.

    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    He's not doing too bad he's hit 2 pages already, doing better than my abmad poster league.

    In fact I should really be adding 10 points on to him for his thread success.
    I’m not a priority point wh0re
    Give my points to some disabled kid charity

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    I'm outraged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Considine should have been at fault for giving away a pen on Thursday.
    Fortunately he got away with it so we weren’t impacted as a result.
    So he was at fault somehow?

    Revised tally;

    Logan 1pt

    Devlin 1pt

    Lewis 2pts (added point for being the captain)

    Considine 2pts (added point for the penalty)

    Mcinnes 4pts (for Considine)


    ...

    Not sure you should be teaching U8s the third man, not the footballing term, not the book nor the film.

    Afc1903mad - 1pt
    Last edited by Aldo1983; 14-07-2019 at 11:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    So he was at fault somehow?

    Revised tally;

    Logan 1pt

    Devlin 1pt

    Lewis 2pts (added point for being the captain)

    Considine 2pts (added point for the penalty)

    Mcinnes 4pts (for Considine)
    Sneckie says you get bonus points for anal smuggling, dunno if that will affect your revised totals? I'd probably be sneaking 1st place but give my points to an orphan charity of mad1903 choice.

    I'm nae greedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mondo_notion View Post
    Sneckie says you get bonus points for anal smuggling, dunno if that will affect your revised totals? I'd probably be sneaking 1st place but give my points to an orphan charity of mad1903 choice.

    I'm nae greedy.
    I think the points on here are bad points. Shirely your bum smuggling operation is a good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    I think the points on here are bad points. Shirely your bum smuggling operation is a good point.
    I'd bloody well hope so. The main thing is the orphans will be better off. That's all that matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    Not sure you should be teaching U8s the third man.
    You’re not sure? Yet I know it’s taught and works well in match play.
    All built from simple basic drills.
    The kids prefer these sort of drills as opposed to simple.

    It is amazing though how many adults are oblivious to the concept.
    Many are not even aware of receiving the ball on the back foot or why it’s effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donsdaft View Post
    I blame the fans.
    Especially the ones that actually went to the game. Pant-pishing happy clappers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    You’re not sure? Yet I know it’s taught and works well in match play.
    All built from simple basic drills.
    The kids prefer these sort of drills as opposed to simple.

    It is amazing though how many adults are oblivious to the concept.
    Many are not even aware of receiving the ball on the back foot or why it’s effective.
    That's the basics from Guardiola at Barcelona but as far as I'm aware it's only introduced to older kids there, obviously for a good reason. What do they know though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by InversneckieDob View Post
    Inversneckie Dob - Thatcher
    Ben stopped playing a few years back.
    As for the mini bus driver, unless he is of the half empty brigade mindset, you cannot put any blame on him/her.......well, can you?

    SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    You’re not sure? Yet I know it’s taught and works well in match play.
    All built from simple basic drills.
    The kids prefer these sort of drills as opposed to simple.

    It is amazing though how many adults are oblivious to the concept.
    Many are not even aware of receiving the ball on the back foot or why it’s effective.
    Our coaching methods are that advanced that even the top coaches don’t want to waste their time understanding the Craig Brown coaching methods. They have stood us in good stead though as we have a remarkable impact on world football with our sublime coached players.

    Back to the original point...I blame the SFA and Craig Brown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    That's the basics from Guardiola at Barcelona but as far as I'm aware it's only introduced to older kids there, obviously for a good reason. What do they know though...
    Good Eeen.

    Aldo the Barcelona coach

    “As far as you’re aware” - so you could be wrong then. Which you are

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    Good Eeen.

    Aldo the Barcelona coach

    “As far as you’re aware” - so you could be wrong then. Which you are
    Yes could be, I was never involved with U8s. That's why I said
    "I'm not sure" and "as far as I'm aware". You'll know though so I'd like some links to the Barcelona Training manual please. I know you love a link request. Also, how does training U8s cope with no indoor facilities these days? Is there an issue with all the modern techniques from Barcelona you are teaching them? Does coaching in the rain, wind and cold make much of a difference with the skill and technique based training?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    Yes could be, I was never involved with U8s. That's why I said
    "I'm not sure" and "as far as I'm aware". You'll know though so I'd like some links to the Barcelona Training manual please. I know you love a link request. Also, how does training U8s cope with no indoor facilities these days? Is there an issue with all the modern techniques from Barcelona you are teaching them? Does coaching in the rain, wind and cold make much of a difference with the skill and technique based training?
    What age at Barcelona were you coaching? I was going to ask you for some training drills as I was not aware of your pedigree.

    I basically attend a number of coaching courses, review existing material and adapt to suit amongst other things.

    To answer your deflection questions, it is better to train outdoors wherever possible, but without professional facilities, we do use indoor facilities at times to protect the pitch. It’s important to train in all weather elements where possible.

    Seeing as you were also looking for a link, here’s a good link showing very simple training drill basics that are the basis and development of the third man concept
    https://tacticalpedia.com/english-fc...-pass-control/

    Anyway, a tad off topic, it should be taken elsewhere. Join a local club if your interested and swap ideas with as many coaches as you can

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    What age at Barcelona were you coaching? I was going to ask you for some training drills as I was not aware of your pedigree.

    I basically attend a number of coaching courses, review existing material and adapt to suit amongst other things.

    To answer your deflection questions, it is better to train outdoors wherever possible, but without professional facilities, we do use indoor facilities at times to protect the pitch. It’s important to train in all weather elements where possible.

    Seeing as you were also looking for a link, here’s a good link showing very simple training drill basics that are the basis and development of the third man concept
    https://tacticalpedia.com/english-fc...-pass-control/

    Anyway, a tad off topic, it should be taken elsewhere. Join a local club if your interested and swap ideas with as many coaches as you can
    The "bolded" part is my favourite quote from you so far which is saying something.

    I don't see anything about the third man coaching for U8s though. Only reason I brought it up as I was involved in a youth academy, you might guess which one from my constant defending of them on here (I've never defended Barcelona). Many of my mates still are. Your constant know-it-all pish now extends to youth football which is a recent introduction to your repertoire. Impressive stuff. Once I get some free time I might join a local club again, my mates now at a good old fashioned club in Paisley. I could ask him and then tap into your forward thinking approach. Unless Pep is after you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo1983 View Post
    The "bolded" part is my favourite quote from you so far which is saying something.

    I don't see anything about the third man coaching for U8s though. Only reason I brought it up as I was involved in a youth academy, you might guess which one from my constant defending of them on here (I've never defended Barcelona). Many of my mates still are. Your constant know-it-all pish now extends to youth football which is a recent introduction to your repertoire. Impressive stuff. Once I get some free time I might join a local club again, my mates now at a good old fashioned club in Paisley. I could ask him and then tap into your forward thinking approach. Unless Pep is after you.
    classic deflection.

    Maybe you’ve been out too long, but basic pass and move drills building block incorporating a 3rd person in the drills is very standard nowadays.
    Very effective when the team was playing 4v4’s, into 5v5’s, 7’s and 9’s
    No doubt will also be beneficial when we move into full 11-a-side games.

    These are all positive attacking plays though and absolutely nothing to do with reviewing the negative aspects of who’s at fault when losing goals which brings me back round to the point made that the 3rd man would never be at fault when looking at it from a defensive point of view, because they are in the attacking team.

    If you were an academy coach, you’d have known that

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    Quote Originally Posted by afc1903mad View Post
    classic deflection.

    Maybe you’ve been out too long, but basic pass and move drills building block incorporating a 3rd person in the drills is very standard nowadays.
    Very effective when the team was playing 4v4’s, into 5v5’s, 7’s and 9’s
    No doubt will also be beneficial when we move into full 11-a-side games.

    These are all positive attacking plays though and absolutely nothing to do with reviewing the negative aspects of who’s at fault when losing goals which brings me back round to the point made that the 3rd man would never be at fault when looking at it from a defensive point of view, because they are in the attacking team.

    If you were an academy coach, you’d have known that
    Ouch, wet fish right to the chops for Aldo.

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