German football revolution


German football revolution

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I'm reading a book on German football development since 2000.

 They are doing so much right and more, they are going to blast everybody else off the planet their development system is so good!


10 players in the 2014 WC winning squad in Brazil, would never have been identified in the old German system before the year 2000.  These 10 players came from  provincial areas that were unscouted prior to 2000. 

They are doing so much right, I'd hardly know where to start!
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One of things the Germans do is players work with a ball for 50% of the training sessions  on an individual basis.

All other training, tactics, SSGs, occurs for the other 50% of sessions in Germany.




In Australia under our model of senior training this can be loosely broken down as 25% with the ball on an individual basis depending on what the coach prescribes.

At junior level individual ball work ( depending on the coach) takes up about 33% of a session.

In the SAP that was run by state SAP trainers, it took up closer to 40 - 50%. 
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