SYDNEY SWANS ANALYSIS v WEST COAST EAGLES PART 4

WING WIDTH 1 Gulden will be an absolute gun and these next few videos will show you why as he already has the skills with his elite kicking and combined with exceptional positioning for a first year player, he has been able to make an immediate impact. The ability to keep your width is a...

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SYDNEY SWANS ANALYSIS v WEST COAST EAGLES PART 3

DEFENDING AROUND THE BOUNDARY LINE A lot of teams do this is this particluar style where the initila ball carrier chip kicks from the middle of the ground to a lateral option who’s not quite on the boundary and then the kicker runs diagonally straight to the boundary line. This can provide 2 potential options...

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SYDNEY SWANS ANALYSIS v WEST COAST EAGLES PART 2

LATERAL KICK TO OPTION FROM BEHIND This is very similar to the handball option from behind in the previous post and is used a lot by Sydney, with 9 handballs and 7 kicks like this inlast week’s game alone – that’s 15 extra play-on opportunities that sure to unsettle any defense by not giving them...

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SYDNEY SWANS ANALYSIS v WEST COAST EAGLES

As a long time Swans fan since the mid-80’s I was reasonably happy after yesterday’s demolition of the West Coast Eagles so after watching yesterday’s game I thought I’d take a closer look at some things from the game. I actually have 2 pages of pointers I collected and I’ll give you 12 of them...

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21 GAMEDAY COACHING TIPS YOU CAN USE TOMORROW – DAVID SHARKEY

These points come from an article from David Sharkey, an English teacher and Rugby coach from the UK, but is relevant to coaching for any sport. At the local level a lot of coaches spend so much time making player changes on their coaching boards they sometimes fail to pay attention to other aspects of...

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HALF GROUND + MID BOX GAME

This is just a little twist on a basic half ground game with 2 even teams. Usually it works like basketball and bring the ball out of defense to the middle of the ground then you play transittion offense to get it back into the forward 50 and score. Nothing extra ground breaking for this...

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THE INNER GAME JOURNAL – STEFAN MAUK

I’ve been posting a fair bit on the psychological aspect of performance lately and 1 thing I say a lot is that don’t just think thoughts, but write them down to make them “real”. I can almost guarantee that by writing it down, which obviously takes way longer to do then to simply think it,...

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SKILL DEVELOPMENT – DAN ABRAHAMS

Skill development at the top of all sport pyramids and footy is no different. The ability to attain, stabillise, replicate and then add variability to those foundation skills is what seperates us from the elites. A lot of local/amateur players have endurance, speed and strength but they often alck the skill required to compete consistently...

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MULTI-KICK DRILL

What we have here is a drill that includes 4 specific scenario kicks used a lot during a game so is very representative of what happens on a Saturday. It combines 4 different scenarios into the single activity so players need to perform different kicks within the same drill but specific kicks that are required...

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BUILDING COMPETITIVENESS – DAN ABRAHAMS

In all grades of footy, but especially youth and junior levels of football, building competitiveness and aggressiveness can be extremley hard, not that everyone HAS to have both of these qualities at those young ages but if they can start told develop them then my personal opinion is that they will be more likely to...

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