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Training practices from top professional managers PDF

Welcome to the August issue of Elite Soccer. It’s that time of the year again when all our thoughts are filled with hope and optimism. For many of us, pre-season is kicking into gear and that means new players, new ideas, perhaps new leagues and certainly renewed ambition.

Of course drawing a line under the achievements and possible frustrations applies both to players and coaches.

So with that in mind, we’re back with another six bespoke training plans from established, experiences and innovative coaching minds. So to kick things off, we’re delighted to welcome back Burnley’s Sean Dyche .

The Clarets manager’s title-winning side were the standout performers in the Sky Bet Championship last year, and Dyche will be expecting his men to adopt the principles from turning to play forward, something he outlines for us with a detailed and insightful training plan.

New to the Championship but determined to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking, Aston Villa management team Roberto di Matteo and Steve Clarke have given us an engaging practice on switching play. Meanwhile from Sky Bet League Two, Yeovil Town’s Darren Way discusses a training plan based on 1v1s that engages his troops in the same way that it did himself when he was on the playing staff at Huish Park. Moving on, former Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood outlines for us a plan that looks at reinforcing attacking and defensive principles, while LMA Ambassador Jamie Fullarton offers a timely preseason session that coaches extensive and intensive fitness.

Finally, we reach into the archives to repurpose a brilliant formation plan by Carlo Ancelotti who, at the time of writing this session, was in charge at Paris Saint-Germain. Exploring the intricacies of playing 4-3- 2-1, this is a stylish yet easy to follow practice that has tactical thinking at its heart. We hope you and your players enjoy what’s on offer and, of course, wish you every success for the coming season, and beyond.

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