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Video and Performance Analysis in the Coaching Process

For Goalkeeping Coaches and Goalkeepers

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Andy Elleray

Author of ‘Scientific Approaches to Goalkeeping in Football’

Focus on video and performance analysis specifically for goalkeeping at all levels.

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Andy Elleray

Coach – Analyst – Sports Scientist???

Performance Analysis is a key part of the coaching process so each coach should be an analyst in some capacity.

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Introduction

So I think….Due to the influx of ‘Soccernomics’ or ‘Moneyball’ opinions and importance placed on performance analysis have never been greater.Statistics and data more readily availableMedia place great significance on analysisFigures rule comparisons of playersHow does all this help the average coach???

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Introduction

Perceptions of Performance Analysis?

All numbers

Only for elite coaches and teams

Expensive and hard to use software

Hard to use in training and matches

Why would I need to use it?

Numbers without context are useless…

Video

is a more valuable, and as a coach how can you utilise this for monitoring, development and performance enhancement……

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Talking Points

Why use performance analysis:In generalGoalkeepingFeedbackExamples in different settings:ClubsAgesEnvironmentsHow to use as a goalkeeping coach:Hardware/SoftwareThe iPadExamples from the conference

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Why use performance

analysis?

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Why use performance

analysis:

In General

Provides evidence of performance –

perceived vs actual

Decision making of the coach

Positive re-

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nforcement (especially for younger athletes)

Technical/Tactical/Psychological investigation

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In GeneralKey in the coaching processPlays a part in all ofthe phases- video recall (F,O,E)planning sessions (P)Evaluating performances

Why use performance

analysis:

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GoalkeepingInvestigate technical and biomechanical movementsEnhance understanding of the rolesIdentify strengths and weaknesses in goalkeeperFeedback in many ways to the players you’re working withRe-enforce coaching points

Why use performance analysis:

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FeedbackRelatively easy to obtain footage…The key is how you then relay this information and set the learning environment.QuestioningExplaining Comparison DemonstrateInspire – shows where I want to be…

Why use performance analysis:

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Feedback

Why use performance

analysis:

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Augmented feedbackActual vs DesiredKey for a coach to show how they’d like a certain skill performed.

Why use performance analysis:

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Feedback – when???Immediate – breaks/build into sessionallows for a swift look into errors or performance enhancementRetrospective – after session/next few days/next sessionAllows for a more detailed and structured review after reflectionDictated by resources most of the time…

Why use performance analysis:

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Examples in different settings

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Examples in different

settings

A brief look into some of the setups I’ve been involved in…

Coach support

Setups (coach, analyst, explain setups camera etc)

Where and when to include video analysis

How environments change bearing in mind age and ability

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ClubsBiomechanicsMatch actionsDistribution analysisAssist decision making for the coachCreate reports/reviews on GKsTraining and match feedback

Examples in different settings

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Statistics

Opta, ProZone, Amisco data – used at the top level but not at youth levelWithin goalkeeping a lot of statistics are not useable because there is no context…….too many variables‘Johnny your save ratio so far this season is 70%’…….Is this good? Comparison?What type of shots? – how did they actually deal with them? How where the other players involved? – Weather conditions?Where were these shots taken? - GK dealt with appropriately?Distribution

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Distribution Analysis

Overall team statistical show how much distribution goalkeepers do….thisHelps shape physical programmesHelps shape training practices – match action researchHelps to identify patterns of play, tactics and frequent actions (e.g. playing out)ClubsTrack all distributionWhere and howWon – retentionHave video if possible – where team pressing/standing off etc

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Distribution Analysis Example

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Distribution Analysis Example

Match + GKGK ActionsWonLost%RetainedNot%Barcelona (AE)128467%11192%Real Madrid (AE)3023777%201067%Ajax (AE)2726196%22582%Total69571282%531677%

Simplistic version – book shows how to get very useable data

Book shows all the calculations for the main system – will explain

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Match ViewPicks up commonly neglected areas Off the ball involvementStarting positionsCommunication and Organisation

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AgesPhase of development effects structure9-11: snippets – buy in – why???12-15: enhancing development16-18: in-depth – refining skills

Examples in different settings

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EnvironmentGrassrootsShow videos before or after the sessionFocus on ½ GKs per session – more in-depthElite YouthFocus on small areasHelp shape practicesBuild into regular practices (becomes habit)Reflect and review

Examples in different settings

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How to use as a goalkeeping coach

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How to use as a goalkeeping coach

A few examples of how to use analysis in everyday practiceHardware/SoftwareSetupsExamples

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Hardware/SoftwareA variety of different ways in which to utilise performance analysisCameraLaptopiPadCodingClipping/Tagging

How to use as a

goalkeeping coach

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Setups - TrainingCamera – involved in sessionCamera/Laptop – involved in sessionTripod/Code – not involvedFreehand iPad – not involvedCan stand back and code events for immediate feedback* Involved means physically serving or not

How to use as a goalkeeping coach

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Setups – MatchesiPad to film examples and codeSetup a camera to upload At times use examples during breaks (half time/in between quarters for positive re-enforcementView: behind goal, side on, elevated, level with penalty area

How to use as a goalkeeping coach

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Video AidDetailed section in the bookIdeal – before sessions, games……Inspiration!!!Know as ‘Vicarious Experience’Different environments breed different feedback, and open up discussion

How to use as a goalkeeping coach

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In Summary

A very valuable tool that a coach can include in a goalkeeping session/development plan/curriculumCan fit into a variety of different environments – tailoring to the groups needsA potential need for further educating on performance analysis tools, feedback types and structuring for coaches within coach education – not just football but sport in general

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Conference Examples

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