ARRIGO SACCHI TACTICS PDF

In the early s, the Italian national team were in a distinct crisis. To solve the tactical issues, the Federazione drew on the secret weapon of domestic Italian football: Arrigo Sacchi. The former Milan coach replaced Azeglio Vicini, who had not been able to win the World Cup at home, in A system that, unsurprisingly, was very similar to the one Milan played in the late s. Sacchi, however, had to fend off his critics claiming he would prefer players from AC Milan, the club he had made his international breakthrough with.

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An insight into the coaching philosophy and methodology of legendary Italian coach, Arrigo Sacchi. The way in which Sacchi got the Rossoneri to understand the principles of his total football concept was simple: he designed practices to test and stretch players. The principle was to numerically disadvantage one team , repeating the exercise to give the players the opportunity to solve the problem of playing outnumbered. Despite his lack of pace, Sacchi said that the former Real Madrid head coach was key to everything the team did.

The importance he places on developing intelligent footballers is evident throughout the discussion. There was mutual affection between the pair, with Ancelotti claiming he owes much of his football education to the time he spent with Sacchi, admitting he adopted many of the lessons and approaches when preparing the Madrid giants. Based at Coverciano, the National Italian Football Centre in Florence, Sacchi inherited a development system which locked young players into specific positions and admitted that defensive mastery was prioritised above all else.

Sacchi has introduced the importance of the style in which teams play and the manner in which they win games rather than just simply winning. This is followed all the way through to the senior team. The stated technical objectives of the development programme include: developing multi-dimensional players who understand how to play Italian total football.

Much work is done in 11v11 game realistic practices with one group challenged to build play out from the back and one team challenged to press. After all national team sessions all the coaches involved review a video of the session and discuss areas of improvement ahead of the next training camp. U15 squad U15 is the first age-group for Italian players to represent their country. Four regional trials, held in north, central and southern Italy, feature a total of 80 players with the best 30 progressing onto Coverciano for further training camps.

Scouting programme and player release Each weekend between scouts work on behalf of the federation identifying, monitoring and selecting talent for the development teams. The identification of players is very much based around the type of player that will fit the Italian total football way.

Unlike some of the player-release difficulties we have faced in England there are very few issues with the release of Italian players to represent their country. Developing Italian coaches Twice a year Italian club coaches are invited to Coverciano for a presentation where the methods and philosophy of the Italian federation are shared. Additionally, coaches from other national federations are welcomed to view training and to learn more about the programme on two days each season.

He also believes that the varied styles adopted by teams in the Serie A poses a problem for the national set-up with the national team having to unite the players in a different style in a very short period of time. There is a feeling that many Serie A clubs still play with a very defensive Italian style, which in many respects goes against the more European style the new-Italy wish to play. This article was first published in The Boot Room magazine in April A functional cookie which expires when you close your browser has already been placed on your machine.

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Michaelangelo said he painted with his mind, not with his hands. So, obviously, I need intelligent players. That was our philosophy at Milan. The greatest compliment I received was when people said my football was like music.

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An insight into the coaching philosophy and methodology of legendary Italian coach, Arrigo Sacchi. The way in which Sacchi got the Rossoneri to understand the principles of his total football concept was simple: he designed practices to test and stretch players. The principle was to numerically disadvantage one team , repeating the exercise to give the players the opportunity to solve the problem of playing outnumbered. Despite his lack of pace, Sacchi said that the former Real Madrid head coach was key to everything the team did. The importance he places on developing intelligent footballers is evident throughout the discussion. There was mutual affection between the pair, with Ancelotti claiming he owes much of his football education to the time he spent with Sacchi, admitting he adopted many of the lessons and approaches when preparing the Madrid giants. Based at Coverciano, the National Italian Football Centre in Florence, Sacchi inherited a development system which locked young players into specific positions and admitted that defensive mastery was prioritised above all else.

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The Italian maestro led a one-man revolution against defensive football when he was appointed manager of AC Milan in , and although it didn't catch on, his name certainly did. He achieved the rare feat of retaining the European Cup, also claiming one Scudetto and one Coppa Italia during his four years in charge. At the time of Sacchi's appointment, Italy was rife with the influences of Helenio Herrera's catenaccio, so his obsession with creating an attacking side was widely regarded as odd. We had a sweeper and man-markers. The attacking phase came down to intelligence and common sense of the individual and the creativity of the No. Sacchi played with high intensity and a very high defensive line.

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Though Sacchi never enjoyed a sustained playing career, he did display a supreme tactical ideology revolved around the continuation of attacking upon scoring the first goal. The intertwining of fluency and precision in regards to the creation of goal scoring opportunities came naturally for Milan under the guidance of Sacchi. Sacchi would explain the location of the hypothetical ball, thus forcing the players to configure their own movements and imaginary passages of play. Therefore, the team gathered what the best decision to make when in possession would be.

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