UEFA's technical team to observe EURO 2012 trends

UEFA's technical team to observe  EURO 2012 trends

PanARMENIAN.Net - UEFA's technical team of experienced trainers will look at the trends and talking points at UEFA EURO 2012 from a coaching point of view, helping to produce a report on the tournament.

The technical team's work is based on first-hand observations at each of the 31 matches. At least two of the team will attend every fixture to make sure each side is watched by a pair of expert eyes. The coaches will be looking at team shapes and the way they evolve; defensive and counterattacking mechanisms; use of the wide areas; the way the goals are scored; differences in footballing philosophies and all the other facets of the game that are of interest to the coaching fraternity. The technical topics and the talking points will not emerge until the ball starts rolling in Poland and Ukraine.

Although the focus will be on the way countries perform as collective units, one of the other tasks facing the technical team will be to acknowledge outstanding individual contributions and, after the final in Kyiv, Roxburgh and his team will be getting together to put the finishing touches to UEFA's All-Star Squad.

The 72-page technical report, published in English, French and German versions, will be officially launched at the 9th UEFA Conference for European National Coaches in Warsaw in late September, UEFA’s official website reported.

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