~ Blaise Nkufo
Controls his movements and always checks his opponents
Never keeps the ball in an inconsiderate way, and makes the correct decision
Knows how to play the ball with a single contact when necessary
Always looks comfortable in his behaviour
Adjusts well to all techniques involving timing and spacial awareness
We adopt a method that ensures the Development of High Performance Technical and Tactical Skills, guaranteed through Effective Teaching and Motivation.
Improvement is a result of good work day after day, our variety of training; drills and exercises are well planned. They are also enjoyable, demanding and stimulate intelligence plus creativity.
The player and the coach may have their own perception of the quality of a technical aspect of the game, or physical ability.
Instill confidence to the player when he/she is the learning phase (its OK to make mistakes)
Find training content that is the most effective possible
Help the player to find his or her own solutions
The player and the ball
The player, the ball and the partner
The player, the ball, the partner and the opponent
Working without rhythm or opposition
Working with rhythm but without opposition
Working with rhythm and real opposition
The G.A.G method makes the GAME the central element of the training.
Non-opposed/semi-opposed/fully-opposed activities, fun team games and technical session related activities
Play (small sided game, the initial game component of the practice relates to the topic of the session)
Isolated/Technical Activity where the focus may be on a certain an area of the field such as wing plays, playing out of the back etc…
Play (the end game re-visits the key factors and outcomes that have been targeted within the session)
Through our training sessions, we will help any players to develop his Intelligence of the game by introducing a wide range of game scenarios and introducing Elements of Variations.