Stevenage FC

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Stevenage FC
Parent Induction Evening
Youth Development Phase 9-16
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Introductions
Improvements/Progression
Academy Structure
Academy Philosophy
Performance Pathway
Weekly Coaching Timetable
Standard of Performance
Coaching Programme 9-11/12-16
Staffing and Staff Expectations
9-16 Coaching Staff
Player Reviews – Feedback
Education & Day Release
Sports Science and Medicine
Website and Communication
Sportilia Tour & Fundraising Lottery
Objectives
• Darren Sarll – Academy Manager/Professional
Development Phase Coach
• Robbie O’Keefe – Head of Coaching/Professional
Development Phase Coach
• Steve Payne – Youth Development Phase
Coach/Under 15/16 Coach
• Ryan Nicholl– Foundation Phase Coach/Under 14
Coach – PDP Tutor/Ed Officer
• Ramon Holland – Academy Physio
• Dan Barnes– Head of Sports Science and Medicine
Introductions
Improvements 2012-2013
Progression 2013-2014
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Coaching Team
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Facilities – New surfaces at Shephalbury,
Position Specific Work on large areas,
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Feedback
match days at The Akademy for all
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Informal
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Coaching Team Continuity (Majority) and
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Formal
new session structure
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Position Specific Development
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Feedback – Increase to Formal feedback
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Individualised Coaching – Attention to 1v1(every 6 weeks for all) and continuation of
3v3 Scenarios
informal feedback post games
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In house Coach Education for Staff –
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Position Specific Organisation more
Consistency and continuity
beneficial to players
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Higher Standard of Performance demanded 5.
Higher Standard of Performance required
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(where are you in the group?)
New Staffing Structure
Increased Day Release Programme and
Contact Time
Tours
Education and Welfare Officer FT
New Sports Science and Medicine
Programme
Improvements/Progression
Academy Manager
Darren Sarll
Head of Sports Science
and Medicine
Dan Barnes
Head of Coaching
Robbie O’Keefe
Head of Recruitment
Leon Hunter
Scouts
Lead Academy
Physio
Ramon Holland
PT Physio’s
Youth Development Phase Lead Coach
PT Coaches
Goalkeeping
Jorden Gibson
Foundation Phase Lead Coach
PT Coaches
Academy Structure Cat 3
• Our Philosophy is not one of stipulation i.e Playing through the thirds, but
more guided to developing ‘Independent Operators’ one that can diagnose
and problem solve during the ebb and flow of play
Maintain
Momentum
Maintain
Possession
Score
Attacking
Manage the space
between units
Regain - Retain (1st 2
Passes)
Stevenage
FC Identity
Defending
Transition
5 Yard Fury upon losing
possession
Create 2v1 defensive overloads
Regain the ball as early
and as high as possible
Return to a structure
immediately upon
regaining/retaining
Academy Philosophy
1st Team
Senior Professional
Development Phase
19-21
Professional Development
Phase
17-18
Youth Development
Phase
12-16
Foundation
Phase 8-11
EPPP Performance Pathway
Age Group
Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday
U8
5:30-7:00pm
U9
5:30-7:00pm
5:30-7:00pm
Odd Fixture
9/11/13
U10
5:30-7:00pm
5:30-7:00pm
Even Fixture
10/12/14
U11
5:30-7:00pm
5:30-7:00pm
Odd Fixture
9/11/13
U12
6:00-8:00pm
5:00-7:00pm
Even Fixture
10/12/14
Goalkeepers
U9-U12
5:00-6:30pm
Weekly Coaching Timetable
Age Group
Monday
U13
6:00-8:00pm
U14
6:00-8:00pm
U15/16
6:00-8:00pm
Goalkeepers
U13-U16
6:00-8:00pm
Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday
Day Release.
5:30-7:00pm
Odd Fixture
9/11/13
7:00-8:30pm
Day Release .
5:30-7:00pm
Even Fixture
10/12/14
Day Release.
6:30-8:00pm
Weekly Coaching Timetable
• The ‘code’ in which any Player/Employee works
towards at Stevenage FC
• A code of conduct that depicts how we
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Dress
Behave
Train/Play
Present one self to others
Develop
A Stevenage Player Psychologically/Socially
• Better people and better players
Standard of Performance
• Creating a love affair between the player and mastery of
the ball
• Repetition – dressed and packaged differently
• Arrival activities – before the session begins
• NEW SESSION LAY-OUT – Whole – Part - Whole
• Introduction to principles of def/att
• Variety of systems to create the ‘independent operator’
• Innovative and creative sessions to uncover the risk
takers and football intelligent players
• Introduction to ‘deep practice’ and how it will improve
performance
Coaching Programme
9-11 Foundation Phase
• Maintain the love affair between the player and mastery
of the ball
• Repetition – dressed and packaged differently
• NEW SESSION LAY-OUT – Whole – Part - Whole
• Focus shifted towards individual roles and
responsibilities in a team
• Exposure to more systems and formations
• Position specific training
• (foundations of the Professional development stage)
• Maintaining Deep practice (essential)
Coaching Programme
12-16 Youth Development Phase
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Staff will set the example for our Standard of Performance
• Well-presented and attired at all times
• Good communicator – Feedback to players and parents regularly
• A high level of detail into preparation of the session and game – teach or
play/commentate
• A well scripted and rehearsed execution of one’s session
• Passion, enthusiasm and knowledge displayed at all times
• Attention to detail
• Work ethic and work rate – homework topics/testing
All staff will ‘keep pushing’ in information and performance standards – see what each
INDIVIDUAL can take/absorb
Coaches will script and prepare pre-game targets based upon the work they have
implemented in training and then review
Word processed sessions planed weekly
Commitment to CPD
Age Group Lead and Assistant coaches
Staffing & Staff Expectations
Age Group
Lead Coach
Assistant Coach
Support Coach
U8
Robbie O’Keefe
U9
Cameron Mawer
Steve Payne
PT Assistant tbd
Steve Barker
U10
Ray Antcliff
Gary Bailey
n/a
Tim Sergeant
U11
Tom Hart
Alan Gibbs
Danny Payne
U12
Scott McGleish
Steve Mann
Leon Fleming
PT Staff 8-12
Age Group
Lead Coach
Assistant Coach
Support Coach
U13
Lee Allinson
Tom Casey
Ted Clark
U14
Ryan Nicholl
Steve Conroy
Ben Anderson
U15/16
Steve Payne
James Petty
U17-21
Darren Sarll
Robbie O’Keefe
Goalkeepers
Jorden Gibson
Coaching Staff 13-16
U9-U16:
• Report issued and filed every 6 weeks
• Word processed and emailed to parent
• Scored on 83 different technical/tactical components across 7
categories.
• Attacking Technical
• Attacking Technical
• Defending Technical
• Defending Tactical
• Physical
• Social
• Psychological
Player/Parent meetings (x3) at every age group
Feedback after every fixture (x3 players)
Player Reviews
• Scored 1-10 (1 being poor – 10 being excellent) on 83
separate components across 7 areas
• Presented to player as an email detailing average score &
percentage achieved.
• Will allow a pass mark to be calculated.
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Phase No. 1 Technical Att Tactical Technical Def Tactical
Physical Pyschological
Social
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Individual
Score
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Totals
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Percentage
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Player Reviews
Goal Setting/Tracking
• Maintain academy level outlined in standard of
performance
• Strive for excellence in all subjects
• Share school reports with Ryan Nicholl – Head of
Education
• Open door policy
• Use football as the carrot!
Education 9-12
• Maintain academy level outlined in standard of
performance
• Strive for excellence in all subjects
• Regular contact with school representatives
• Share school reports with Ryan Nicholl – Head of
Education
• Open door policy
• DAY RELEASE
Education 13-16
Time
AM: 9:00-12:00
LUNCH
PM: 1:00-4:00
U13-14
U15-16
Individual development or
Education (if applicable)
9:00am-10:00am
Practical Training:
10:15am-11:45am
Individual development
9:00am-10:00am
Practical session 1
10:30am-12:00pm
DEPART 12:00pm
LUNCH
n/a
Individual Development
1:00pm-2:00pm
Practical 2 or Education
(if applicable)
2:00pm-3:30pm
Day Release – example TT
What is it & how is it
applied at Stevenage FC
academy?
Sports Science and Medicine
• Dan Barnes – Head of Sport Science & Medicine
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Sport Science/Strength & Conditioning Interns
Ross Dearman
Lee Warren
Darren Harrison
Sport Science Staff
Athletes not just footballers...
• Medical & Physical Screening
• Anthropometric Assessments
• Physiological/Fitness Testing
Testing/Monitoring
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Sprint Technique
Speed, Agility & Quickness (SAQ)
Proprioception
Flexibility
Cross-Training
Psychology
What will we deliver?
• Nutrition/Hydration
• An Educational process
• Nutrition seminar
Away from here...
• Ramon Holland – Lead Academy Sports Therapist
• Jamie Scanlon – Assistant Physiotherapist/U15-16
Physiotherapist
• Rob Jones and Hannah Richardson – Youth Development
Phase Physiotherapists/Sports Therapists
• Ulla Gatzy and Paul MacInnes – Foundation Phase
Physiotherapists/Sports Therapists
• Network of 50+ other medical professionals
Medical Staff
Player Gets Injured
Parent/Guardian and player informs Lead Coach or on-site medical cover
informs Ramon Holland directly
Lead Coach informs HoD who liaises with Ramon Holland
(NOT the player or parent) providing; player name, age
group, body part, and parent contact telephone number
Appointment date & time will then be given to Parent by Ramon Holland
Injury Appointment
Procedure
Tuesday & Thursday (5x30minute appointments) First
Appointment 16:30pm
• All training sessions and matches will be covered by fully
qualified Sports Therapists and/or Physiotherapist from
Stevenage FC
• Acute injury management at all training sessions and
matches
• Largest and most experienced medical department the
academy has ever had
Medical Cover
• Private medical treatment room
• Fully equipped gym/rehabilitation studio
• Access to grass and astro pitches for return to training
rehabilitation
• Regularly revised EAP’s
• Medical Gasses, AED, Spinal Collars, stretchers, fracturepacks, fully stocked medical bags
Facilities and Equipment
• To ensure the health and safety of all players
• Provide accurate information on each medical and physical
attribute
• Be easy to implement and therefore repeatable at times other
than those mandated
• Allow collection of the most useful information in the shortest
possible time
• Provide a method to identify and track the medical and
physical status of young players
• Allow comparisons against baseline data upon onset of injury
throughout season
• BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENTS!
Pre-participation Medical
Screening
• Presentations of injury prevention will be uploaded onto
the website for your viewing
- Acute injury management
- Injury ‘Prevention’
- Ankle, thigh and hamstring specific
programmes
• Corrective exercises devised from medical screening
process
Injury Reduction
• If players report injured to the medical department then
they must receive clearance to return to training
• Failure to do so will revoke their right to treatment at
Stevenage FC for any recurrence of injury
• This is to ensure that an audit of injuries can be kept and
that effective strategies can be implemented to reduce
injury incidence
Returning to Training
• Largest and most experienced medical department the
academy has ever had
• Designated age group therapists
• Individualised functional movement and posture
screening/programmes
• Player maturation measurements throughout season
• Doctor availability
2013-14 Progressions
• Website URL: www.stevenagefc.com
• Hang cursor over “TEAM”
• Then click “SFC Academy”
Website
Website & Communication
SPORTILIA – Santa Sofia
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7th April – 11th April 2014 (4 nights/5days)
Train and play at top European facility
4 Training Sessions
3 Competitive matches
- (Serie A, Serie B and KO Competition)
BA Flights
Full board
Laundry Service
Airport Transfers included
£440.00pp (£40 non refundable deposit)
Sportilia - Overview
• Do parents have to attend?
No… Players will be looked after by coaches at a ratio of roughly 1:6
• Is the payment structure fixed?
No… Payments are flexible – (weekly? £15pw monthly? £65pm) All
we require is the total amount by the deadline of February 7th 2014.
• Is there any financial support?
Possibly? Fundraising events will take place before the tour to try and
lower cost or Include kit! Sponsors are always welcome!!
• Can siblings come?
Yes!
• Is it safe?
Your son will be contained in a gated sports complex 1000 meters up a
mountain! He will Eat, Sleep & Breathe football!!!
Questions should be directed to Steve Payne
Sportilia – FAQ’s
• £4.34 per month standing order
• £1 per entry per week
• Win up to £25,000 Jackpot
• Pick six numbers 1-9 (8-6-1-7-2-3)
• Match your number with the second digit of 6 selected European destinations
to win
(Corfu 83o Istanbul 96o Tenerife 81o Innsbruck 77o Edinburgh62o Stockholm 83o)
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Match 3: win £2.00
Match 4: win £20.00
Match 5: win £250.00
Match 6: win £25,000
• Club receive a share of your entry money which will be fed into youth
department!
• No need to check numbers – cheques are posted out to you!
• Standing order forms will be available at training next week
The Weather Lottery
Thank you for your attendance
and time, we look forward to
seeing you in and around the
pitches next week!

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