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CSFC senior section proposal

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The philosophy and direction of a football club is generally driven by the vision and ambitions of the 1st team manager/head coach. This creates issues which result in a club becoming stagnant, regressing or altering their philosophy in an attempt to reach it's ultimate goal. The aim of this document is to set out a framework for a senior section of a football club for continuity, stability and continual growth regardless of the management team. Moreover allowing the club to continue on it's journey by employing a manager who not only understands the clubs philosophy but embraces it.

The philosophy and direction of a football club is generally driven by the vision and ambitions of the 1st team manager/head coach. This creates issues which result in a club becoming stagnant, regressing or altering their philosophy in an attempt to reach it's ultimate goal. The aim of this document is to set out a framework for a senior section of a football club for continuity, stability and continual growth regardless of the management team. Moreover allowing the club to continue on it's journey by employing a manager who not only understands the clubs philosophy but embraces it.

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  1. 1. Club Culture We demand honesty, hard work, humility and respect from one another. Developing the person is the key to developing players. The environment must promote intelligent, independent individuals who take responsibility for their own actions. To support individuals mentally and socially on and off the pitch. We are more than just a Football Club - we are a Family Club.
  2. 2. Objectives ™  To define a clear and concise senior section framework to work within regardless of the management team. ™  To promote a high performance environment. ™  To incorporate 2 in-service days per season for coach development. ™  To create an environment that will promote a new positive, can do mentality amongst the players. ™  To define a clear coaching and playing philosophy that falls within our framework. ™  To incorporate 3 training sessions per week with one being a strength and conditioning session. ™  To incorporate sports science to educate and manage player’s fitness and nutrition. ™  To outline a clear 3 year plan with goals that embody the ethos of Continental Star and enable us to be self sufficient. ™  For future 1st team coach’s to be promoted from within the club.
  3. 3. Outcomes ™  To have a high performance environment by paying attention to detail, doing the simple things well and giving everyone respect. ™  To have a seamless transition for players through the senior section up to the 1st team.. ™  To have an environment that will encourage our youth players to want to play 1st team football. ™  To promote our most talented players to the 1st team regardless of age, “If you’re good enough, you’re old enough”. ™  To rid the club of the stereotypes that are associated with it from within and wider society. ™  To enable us to pay players and staff and be self sufficient through our scholarship scheme.
  4. 4. Coaching Philosophy ™  To encourage the teams to play football in the right way. ™  To play a high tempo, fast flowing attacking style of football where possible. ™  To make training sessions competitive, educational and enjoyable. ™  To make training sessions replicate game situations by paint pictures for players. ™  Manipulate small sided games by adding conditions. ™  To coach organisation, structure and discipline. ™  To promote good decision making “best pass for the team”.
  5. 5. Philosophy ™  The main formations will be 4-5-1 and variations around that such as 4-3-3, 4-4-1-1, 4-1-4-1. Formations will vary dependent on the available playing personnel and the formation of the opposition. ™  To eradicate “The blame culture”, we win as a team and lose as a team. ™  To give players the confidence to play and understand their roles and responsibilities individually and collectively. ™  To encourage players to play with desire, passion and self-belief with a work ethic that embodies the family ethos of the club. ™  To promote a winning mentality but not at any cost.
  6. 6. Philosophy ™  To promote a family environment and brotherhood amongst the group. ™  To promote and maintain a professional mentality and integrity of all staff and players. ™  To incorporate and enforce a coach and players code of conduct to maintain the integrity of Continental Star, but also to educate the youth with life skills and professional pride. ™  To forge and maintain a healthy relationships between coaching staff and players. ™  To aid and support players wherever possible psychologically and socially on and off the pitch.
  7. 7. Playing Philosophy (Attacking) ™  To play attractive, attacking, high intensity football with the aim to win games. ™  To encourage players to have the confidence to play out from the back whenever the opportunity arises. ™  To play forward, quickly through the fourths where possible. ™  If a forward pass is not on to be patient and comfortable in possession and switch the point of attack. ™  To encourage intelligent movement off the ball by playing between and behind the lines. ™  To encourage creative players to express themselves in the right areas at the right times.
  8. 8. Playing Philosophy (Defending) ™  To apply pressure to the ball in numbers (hunt in packs) and win the ball back as quickly as possible. ™  To hold a defensive line suitable to the oppositions style of play. ™  To keep a compact shape and be disciplined. ™  To use triggers, deny time and space in key areas. ™  To work hard for each other and be willing cover for teammates mistakes. ™  To ensure each player knows their roles and responsibilities individually and collectively.
  9. 9. Sports Science (Development) ™  For each senior team to have a physiotherapist on match days. ™  To incorporate a weekly fitness/strength and conditioning session. ™  To incorporate individual development plans for each player. ™  For each player to record their progression. ™  To conduct 3 fitness test per season (preseason, midseason and post season). ™  To have training sessions and matches filmed for coaching development, performance analysis and player development.
  10. 10. Sports Science (Treatment and Recovery) ™  To have a sports physiotherapist available for each senior team. ™  To encourage players to make use of the sports physiotherapist outside of match days when available. ™  To incorporate a pre-match activation routine such as foam rolling, resistance band stretching. ™  To incorporate a post-match recovery routines such as team warm down, foam rolling and ice baths. ™  To have an extensive list of injuries and their expected recovery durations. ™  To have 2nd stage one-to-one position specific recovery sessions for players coming back from injury.
  11. 11. 1st year plan ™  All coaching staff to be adhering to the senior section philosophy. ™  To ensure all senior section coach’s have or are enrolled on FA Level 1 (assistant coach’s) and FA Youth Module 1. ™  For a minimum of 3 players from the 2015/16 U18 squad to be regular 1st team squad members for the 2016/17 season. ™  To have 1 member of the squad go on trial at a professional club. ™  To gain promotion from step 7 of non-league football to step 6 of non-league football. ™  To get to the later stages of a league cup competition (last 8 or 4). ™  To be involved in a sports scholarship scheme that will allow us to cover expenses for the 1st team physiotherapist.
  12. 12. 2nd year plan ™  To ensure all senior section coach’s have or are in the process of taking the FA Level 2 (assistants) and FA Youth Module 2. ™  To have a minimum of 4 players from the 2016/17 U16/U18 squad as regular 1st team squad members for the 2017/18 season. ™  To have 3 squad members go on trial at professional clubs. ™  To finish in the top 10 of step 6 in the non-league structure. ™  To reach the final of a league cup competition. ™  To be in a position to run a sports scholarship scheme ourselves.
  13. 13. 3rd year plan ™  For all coach’s to be seriously considering a UEFA B coaching qualification. ™  For there to be a minimum of 5 players form the 2017/18 U16/U18 squad as regular 1st team members for the 2018/19 season. ™  To have 4 players go on trial at professional clubs. ™  To gain promotion to step 5 of the non-league structure. ™  To have floodlights at the hub to enable us to be permanently based there. ™  To have an established scholarship scheme running.

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