Feature: What makes a Good Coach?
Goal setting as a group, knowing what your aims and objectives are as a team, as a coach and for each individual.
“Planning the development of players is like preparing for a journey. It’s advisable to have a plan to avoid getting lost and wasting time and energy”.
Capacity to observe, analyze, and correct mistakes or wrong habits.
Honest and fair with the young players-doesn’t favor any particular player, demands a lot but is fair to everybody.
Open to any suggestion-stays flexible, listens to the suggestions of his players and assistants.
Demonstrates true interest in his players (and for their problems off the playing field)
A good coach has the ability to observe and analyze their players’ movements and correct mistakes.
“Hidden in every human being exists a child that wants to play” Friedrich Nietzsche