H vs Pool AFC 18:30ko WY League 1

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Christopher Peachey
Name: Christopher Peachey
City: leeds
Country: United Kingdom

Description

H vs Pool AFC 18:30KO WY League 1

'No blame culture'. I want everybody to take personal responsibilty for their own performance, and constantly ask themselves in play 'How could I positively effect the game'

Core values.

-Togetherness

-Dedication

-Hard Work

Remember 'side before self', no one players brilliance will make us a sucess over the course of a season.

Games Focus

Can we make defending sexy? We can have heart/passion to attack, can we flip that to have the same with our defensive responsibility. In transition of play, everybody runs. We work as harder to get back as we did to advance forward. Get back into our banks, 4-4-2.

• In possession we move, we are look to make space for that pass, to get onto the ball. If you havent got the ball, think about how you could get onto it. We pass and pass, we make our opponent work hard when we are in possession. Everybody shows that confidence to get on the ball. Could we play off of minimal touches?

•Have faith. This goes for us all. Have faith in the system, have faith in the man beside you, have faith in me and Dan. We play football with confidence, if we concede we dust ourselves off and go again. We play a high tempo'd passing game, all of us getting onto the ball. Create chances. Plan B is plan A but done better. We are all accountable, we all have our responsbility in each and every game. OWN IT.


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Starting 11

Formation: Otley Town: 4-4-2 |Pool AFC: 4-4-2

Description

Captain - R.PARRY

Corner taker - J.UNWIN

D Freekick - J.UNWIN

ID Freekick - J.UNWIN


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Defence

Formation: Otley Town: 4-4-1-1 |Pool AFC: 4-4-2

Description

Centre Backs

R.PARRY & C.WELLS are almost entirely focused on defence. You are responsible for marking the middle of the penalty area (Protect the danger area), covering and closing down the opposition’s strikers. You have few offensive obligations, help control possession and play the ball out from the back.

•Communicate with your CM and full backs to manage the opponents threats, does our midfield need to sit deeper/higher? If we committ our fullbacks do we need a CM to sit within the defensive line and narrow our midfield?

•Be confident to get on the ball in deep areas. Look for those passes into midfield and wide areas. Do not force play thou, if we need to stretch play turn the opponents Fullbacks

•Remain defensively resilient. Do not get drawn into 1-1 battles, Think, do we need to attack the first ball if its head height with their back to goal.

C.WELLS to attack the first ball with R.PARRY effectively sweeping behind.

Fullbacks

Unlike R.PARRY & C.WELLS, you have a some offensive responsibility, however I firstly want to make sure we are defensively resilient. With prolonged possession, we are looking for H.LEIGH & J.UNWIN to press forward to support our wingers in wide play, providing overlapping runs. Think about your forward commitment, if one committs does the other need to reamin? We dont want to leave a 2v2 situation.

•Stretch the pitch, providing passing angles from the back. Be confident to get onto the ball, looking for passes into the channels behind the fullback and CM.

• Manage your wingers, do they need to sit deeper to protect overloads? Do you need them off of your toes providing a counter threat.

•In transition of play make sure you recover/retreat at pace to get back into our defensive line. Tuck in tight with R.PARRY & C.WELLS minimising the spaces between bodies.


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Midfield

Formation: Otley Town: 4-4-1-1 |Pool AFC: 4-4-2

Description

Centre Midfield

P.LONG & M.TUTHILL shield and protect the centre-backs, and close down the opposition’s more advanced midfielders. Look for opportunities to effectively press the ball and overturn possession.

Offensively, you need to help play the ball out of the back, linking the defence with the attack. Should you be faced with a midfield overload, pull back L.STAINTHORPE to cover the deepest lying midfielder CDM.

•Control possession, moving the ball laterally from touchline to touchline and getting the ball forward for the wingers and strikers. Constantly looking for space to receive the ball. Play confidently but keep it simple.

•Play off of each other, looking for angles to support each other.

M.TUTHILL to provide forward runs when we have sustained pressure in the attacking 3rd. Be mindful of your recovery runs to support P.LONG in CM. Primarily I want you to master your defensive responsibilities, then think about the attack.

Wingers

The formation demands a high energy from both C.WILSON & R.DIAMOND as you are required to give our midfield a defensive shape, and offensively you are to support attacks in the wide areas.

•Offensively look to make runs beyond the opposition fullback, with and without the ball

•Can you effectively cut inside to create a direct goal threat? Playing into the channel in the penalty area between the opposing full-backs and centre-backs. Can you link up with your fullback to create 2v1 overloads in the wide areas.

•Firstly master your defensive responsibility. In transition, be quick to get back into the midfield line. We dont defend the full width of the pitch, if the ball is on the touchline of our RM, our LM should be around the centre of the pitch. Think about your positioning.


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Strikers

Formation: Otley Town: 4-4-1-1 |Pool AFC: 4-4-2

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Stikers

L.STAINTHORPE & B.McARDLE working on the last man stretching play to provide a constant threat both to feet and beyond the defence.

•Out of possession work as a par to lead the teams high press, limiting the defences’ time on the ball, think about your positioning in dictating where the opponent can play the ball. .

•Remain a central option for balls into space behind the defence. Keep alive to chasing second balls and lost causes to force mistakes.

•Look to take your shots early. If you create a yard of space, take your shot.

L.STAINTHORPE should Pool field a CDM and the overload be problematic, come in to defend against the deepest lying players.


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Set Piece: Corners

Defending Corner Description:

H.LEIGH and J.UWNIN to take posts

B.McARDLE in centre of the park

L.STAINTHORPE on the half way

Its imperative you 2 stay high to occupy 3 defenders to ensure we arent over run by attackers.DO NOT get dragged into the box to man mark, remain positive dictating their defensive shape from set pieces.

Short corner to be managed by man marker, and front post man.

MAN FOR MAN. Take responsibilty for your marker on the first delievery, and he doesnt get a clean ball all game.

6 Defending corner man for man. Front post man to take responsibility for any low driven balls.


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Set Piece: Corners

Att Corner Description:

Do not leave a 2 v 2 at the back, make sure we have a man over what attack they keep.

H.LEIGH & R.DIAMOND to remain as the first 2 in defence.

Should POOL Committ 2 forward M'.TUTHILL to join the defending unit, with one of the ATT players filling the void left at the edge of the box.

L.STAINTHORPE to take mark the keeper.

Wingers, if its one your side, ATT the front of the 6 yard box, the farside winger to remain in the back space between the 6yard and 18, for any overhit balls.

Remainder bunch on the edge of the 18 yard box, and attack the space on the signal of J.UWNIN.


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Set Piece: Set-plays

Playing from the back Description:

In the last game I felt our default approach to a deadball situtation was to play the ball long. This is fine, at times, however it is uncontrollable with a 40/50 yard ball struck by SENIOR with a 50/50 chance of winning possession.

Think about our movement when SENIOR has possession. Look at our starting postion, and on a trigger from SENIOR move at pace with your directional arrow. This gives us maximum possibilities to play the ball from the back, before reverting to a 'long ball'. You can not be static, this makes it easy for Kirk Deighton to pick up our men.


Team List

Otley Town (Home)

Num Player Name Main Position Goals Game Time (mins)
1 James Senior Goalkeeper
2 Harry Leigh Full-back
3 Jonathan Unwin Full-back
4 Peter Long Mid-fielder
5 Richard Parry Centre-back
6 Callan Wells Centre-back
7 Ras Diamond Winger
8 Mitchal Lambert-Tuthill Mid-fielder
9 Luke Stainthorpe Striker
10 Ben McArdle Striker
11 Connor Wilson Winger
12 Bobby Neesam Striker
14 Joe Foley-Corah Mid-fielder
15 Richard Suddes Defender

Pool AFC (Away)

Num Player Name Main Position Goals Game Time (mins)
1 Opposition Player 1 Goalkeeper
2 Opposition Player 2 Goalkeeper
3 Opposition Player 3
4 Opposition Player 4
5 Opposition Player 5
6 Opposition Player 6
7 Opposition Player 7
8 Opposition Player 8
9 Opposition Player 9
10 Opposition Player 10
11 Opposition Player 11

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