Working methodology in the School of Football Emanuele Aquilani instructor school football A.Ş.

Cisco Calcio Roma "Some men see things as they are and say why? I dream things never seen before a nd I say why not? "(GB Shaw) Working methodology in the School of Football The Soccer School follows a route that will accompany children under 13 years, g iving them the opportunity to grow and acquire those skills that will enable mot or sports. Working methodology in the School of Football The activity aims to engage kids in sports developing a program divided by age c ycles, with the dual objective of achieving both a general preparation of basic knowledge of a specific discipline football. Working methodology in the School of Football The category Small Friends The aims in this first round will focus on: • Organization of motor patterns • S tructuring and development of body image • Coordination and development oculo ma nual • Organization • Lateralization temporal space • Balance On a more specific area of football will essentially technical objectives: • Dom ain and ball control • Transmission • Guide the ball of the ball in the most spo ntaneous and elementary Working methodology in the School of Football The category Chicks The technical targets in this cycle will be mainly on the acquisition of basic t echnical knowledge such as: • Transmission and reception of the ball and ball co ntrol • Domain • The shot on goal • The stationary dribbling (motor imagination) • Knowing how to play from 5 vs 5-9 vs 9 Much space is given recreational activ ity as a form of active learning, using game situations, including the acquisiti on of basic technical without dwelling excessively on learning technical stereot yped. Working methodology in the School of Football The Debut category The main content of the training in the beginner category: • Training in technic al and analytical form global • Teaching of basic individual and collective tact ical behaviors • Flexibility exercises • Exercises speed and quickness • "Educat ion" to aerobic endurance (long stroke and slow) • Develop a program of technica l training real special type • Make the proper key technical gestures trying to eliminate the mistakes to avoid their consolidation • The game, which still felt need irreplaceable, is the heart and overriding sessions • The training events are aimed at students to acquire the tactical conduct both individual and collec tive Working methodology in the School of Football Physical activity of children Working methodology in the School of Football

The motor load is the activity handled by the coach, trainer, educator, related to the quality and quantity of motor actions planned. Physical activity becomes significant in terms of learning if it exceeds the normal daily motor activity. Working methodology in the School of Football The game situation SIMPLE are planning a pivotal moment for the sport football g ame from 6 to 12 years. It 's a multilateral and multi-purpose training leading to a widening of the base motor experiences that bring out the best result at th e end of the sporting course. Working methodology in the School of Football Simple game situation • goalkeeper • 1 vs 1 vs 1 vs 1 + 1 • 2 • goalkeeper vs. goalkeeper • 1 • 2 vs 2 vs 1 + porter Technical Objective Categories Little Friends • Guide • Kicking the ball the ball • Stop the ball Chicks • Dominate the ball • Receiving the ball on goal • Pull • Fighting Beginners • Shooting • Passing • Receiving • Guide the ball and domination of the ball • C ontrast Tactical objective Forwards: Never stop • Defenders: • Be between the ball and the door • Watch the ball Forwards: • Cover and defend the ball and dribbling • Mock Defenders: • Position paper • Cover door • Interception • Develop coordination skills • Development o f conditional ability: speed Forwards: • dissociation; • Passing Shot on goal, Imitation and dribbling the ba ll and defense coverage • Defenders • Marking; interception • Contrast; Defense • Door Position paper Objective Objective cognitive Motor • Increase basic postural and motor patterns like walking, running, jumping, thr owing, grabbing, rolling, climbing .... Etc. • Education • Complete development capabilities conditional coordination skills • Overcoming fear • Know and abide by the rules • Organize an individual project • Encourage initiative • Know and abide by the rules • Ability to solve problems • Accept victory and defeat and get help • Help • self-confidence and their skills • Improving the competitiveness • Develop a c ommon strategy that takes into account the opponent • Collaboration and communic ation Working methodology in the School of Football

EXERCISES 1 vs 1: the defender side door without the ball and passes a series of circles, the attacker rather than the party leadership and cones, then part of the 1 vs 1 . 1 vs 1 1 vs 1: the first player off the ball runs quickly in the square, as shown, gett ing the ball by the player who follows in the line, which transmits the ball to give birth to 1 vs 1. 1 vs 1 1 vs 1 1 vs 1: Each player after running a slalom course to head towards the center of the area of game where a ball is placed to give birth to a 1 vs 1 to go for goal s in the door of the color determined by the coach. 1 vs 1 1 vs 1 + doors: three players are involved in driving the ball straight with dif ferent tasks. The two players run the external drive before heading for the ball oon launched by the coach and give birth to a 1 vs 1 for scoring in a gate defen ded by a goalkeeper. The goalkeeper is the central player, who after running a f ake driving straight on a chinese place near the door, goes to kick the door una ttended becoming the goalkeeper position 1 vs 1. B A D 2 vs 1 2 vs. 1: A guide striker the ball between the cones and leads up to the door, le t the ball quickly and run over a skip between the blue striker B exceed four ob stacles and go get the ball left companion and point the door to working with th e attacker and the defender D must overcome the obstacles low (yellow) and aroun d the chinese place near the door and go against the two attackers, resulting in a 2 vs. 1. A 2 vs 2 d1 d2 B 2 vs 2: the attacker to run a slalom between cones and executes a step horizonta lly to mate department B and rushes to circumvent the Chinese guy in front of hi m, the attacker B before receiving the pass must pass at maximum speed over 4 (b lue) and a Chinese guy around simulating a counter movement. D2 exceeds the defe nder at full speed over the yellow v circumvents the chinese place near the door , mate d1 faster than 4 over (yellow) and followed the attackers to help the oth er defender, resulting in a 2 vs. 2 with counsel to "delay". a1 d1 M 2 vs 2 a2 d2 2 vs 2: defenders d1 and d2 must pass at full speed over the 4 (yellow) and must work around the cones placed near the door, the two attackers a1 and a2 depart

back to the door above the over blue and must work around the cones crossing, a1 exceeds over (blue) and goes to work around the green cone a2 exceeds the hampe r and blue around the cone, the coach passes the ball to the first of two strike rs who comes and gives rise to a 2 vs 2. 2 vs 2 2 vs 2: The two players are running the red path to maximum speed as indicated b y the arrows at the same time, the yellow player without a ball runs to and fro as indicated by the arrows, the other yellow, with the ball running a slalom bet ween cones and make a diagonal pass to the red and gives life to a 2 vs. 2, each pair of players defending a door. Working methodology in the School of Football "What we have today is an indication of what I learned, not what is my potential " (Virginia Satir)