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  • GNK DINAMO ZAGREB Youth Academy

  • Presentation today

    • Academy in world terms

    •Organization

    •Path to the first team

    •Methodology

  • • Barcelona • Inter Milano • Ajax • Sporting Lisabon • Arsenal • Dinamo Zagreb

    2011

  • Dejan Lovren Liverpool

    Luka Modrić Real Madrid

    Eduardo da Silva Arsenal, Shakhtar

    Milan Badelj, Fiorentina Šime Vrsaljko, Atletico Madrid

    Vedran Ćorluka Man City, Lokomotiv

  • Mateo Kovačić, debut at 16 years and 198 days

    Real Madrid

    Alen Halilović, debut at 16 years and 105 days

    Barcelona, HSV

    Tin Jedvaj, debut at 17 years and 291 days

    Bayer Leverkusen

    Niko Kranjčar, debut at 16 years and 350 days

    Tottenham, Rangers

  • Marko Pjaca, Juventus

    Robert Murić, Ajax

    Josip Brekalo, Wolfsburg

    Jozo Šimunović, Celtic

  • Engleska (3)

    Francuska (3)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Turska (1)

    Grčka (3)

    Austrija (2)

    Engleska (3)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Austrija (2) Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Austrija (2) Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Turska (1)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Austrija (2) Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Grčka (3)

    Turska (1)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Austrija (2) Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3) Engleska (3)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Austrija (2)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Turska (1)

    Austrija (2)

    Ukrajina (1)

    Francuska (3)

    Engleska (3)

    Greece (3)

    Ukraine (3)

    Germany (6)

    France (2)

    England (2)

    Belgium (3)

    Turkey (1)

    Spain (2)

    Russia (2)

    Poland (1)

    Austria (2)

    Players From Dinamo In Past Several Years

    Italy (3)

  • N Player name: Transfer to:

    Transfer

    FEE:

    (Million €)

    Current club:

    Highest

    value/transf

    er: (Million

    €)

    1 Luka Modrić Tottenham 21.00 Real Madrid 55.00

    2 Šime Vrsaljko Genoa 5.00 Atletico Madrid 15.00

    3 Vedran Ćorluka Man. City 13.00 Lokomotiv Moscow 15.00

    4 Dejan Lovren Oly. Lyon 8.00 Liverpool 25.00

    5 Mateo Kovačić Inter Milan 11.00 Real Madrid 31.00

    6 Eduardo Da

    Silva

    Arsenal 13.50 Shakhtar Donetsk 13.50

    7 Tin Jedvaj AS Roma 5.00 Bayer Leverkusen 8.00

    8 Alen Halilović FC Barcelona 2.20 HSV 10.00

    9 Andrej Kramarić HNK Rijeka 1.20 Hoffenheim 9.00

    10 Milan Badelj HSV 4.00 Fiorentina 10.00

    11 Josip Brekalo Wolfsburg 7.00 Wolfsburg 7.00

    12 Marko Pjaca Juventus 23.00 Juventus 23.00

    TOTAL 113.90 TOTAL 221.5

  • General objectives of football school

    • developing healthy lifestyle habits • training youngsters to be good people • helping children to be happy in sport • responsibility in daily school obligations • development of players for the first team

  • Academy Director

    Coaching staff

    Coaches for different age

    groups

    Coaches for individual and

    GK training

    Fitness coaches

    Management staff

    Coordinator (U-8 to U-11)

    Database administrator

    Match analyst

    Medical staff

    Club doctor

    Physiotherapist

    Psychologist

  • STAFF INVOLVED IN THE TRAINING PROCESS

    • 1st coach

    • 2nd coach

    • fitness coach

    •GK coach

    • doctor/ physiotherapist

    • psychologist

  • U-8 U-10 U- 9 U-11

    U-12 U-13

    U-14 U-15

    U-16 U-17 U-19

    4 trainings per week

    total 6 hours

    5 trainings per week total cca 7

    hours

    5-6 trainings per week

    total cca 8 hours

    5-6 trainings per week

    total cca 8 hours

    Number of training sessions per week

  • The path to the 1st team

    U-15 OPEN SCHOOL

    U-6 TO U-8 (up to U-12)

    U-9 U-16 U-17

    U-19

    U-14

    U-11

    U-13

    U-12

    U-10

    1st TEAM

    B-TEAM

    U-8

  • Finals 2012, Wienna: Barcelona – Dinamo (U-11)

    2002 born - 9 players play today in 2016 for U-15

  • Finals 2012, Wienna: Dinamo – Milan (U-10)

    2003 born - 10 players play today in 2016 for U-14

  • Finals 2015, Krakow: Manchester City – Dinamo (U-11)

    2004 born - All 14 players are together for 3 years and play today in 2016 for U-13

  • 31%

    21%

    48%

    1st TEAM 2 years ago

    YOUTH ACADEMY

    INTERNATIONAL

    NATIONAL

  • 48%

    14%

    38%

    1st TEAM today

    YOUTH ACADEMY

    INTERNATIONAL

    NATIONAL

  • Desire to compete

    Technique under pressure

    Physical readiness

    Tactical concept

    Desire and

    stability

    Team with a personality Team Individual

    Trend in which

    football is developing

    Long-term forecasts of

    football developme

    nt

    Dinamo’s style of

    play

    1. 2.

    4. 3.

  • Biological vs chronological age!

    #1

    #2 #3

    Height (in cm) 149 164 185

    Weight (u kg) 39,8 49,8 71,6

    Chronological age 14,4 13,5 14,4

    Expected time of

    accelerated growth

    15,5 13,8 12,8

    Biological minus

    chronological age

    -1,1 -0,3 +1,8

  • “Sensitive” phases for development of physical abilities (Martin, 1982 from Grosser i sur., 1986)

    ”Every component has the best time when it can be trained”

    Ability Age and sensitive phase

    6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

    Coordination /

    Motoric Development

    The rate of reaction on

    sound and visual sign

    Spatial orientation

    Rythm

    Balance

    Endurance

    Strenght

    Speed

    Flexibility

  • U8 -

    U11

    U12

    U13

    U14

    U15

    U16 -

    U18

    U19 -

    U21

    Development of basic technique Forming the TE-TA knowledge and

    understanding the game

    TE-TA requirements through competition

    1. INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE

  • DVD Soccer FUNdamentals

    U6, U8 and U10

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  • Having fun playing football

    Learn to play soccer through games

    Learn the basic techniques by playing (dribbling, passing,

    leading the ball)

    Information about possible simple tactical advices what help in preventing and scoring a goal

    Motivate them to move through multilateral games

    No pressure and ultimatums!

    3. Introduction to the technique through game

    2. Multilateral exercises with ball

    1. Multilateral sport activities

    4. Free game in small numerical relations

    50%20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 Small groups, lots of movement for everyone!

    2 Interest the child to move and play!

    3 Intelligently implement basic movements!

    4 The different tasks with different balls!

    5 Explain the easiest rules of playing!

    6 Be open and ready to children’s reactions!

  • PLAN AND PROGRAMME (U-8, U-9)

    - system of play: 1-3-1-2 REQUIREMENTS - taking positions and maintaining the basic formation

    - free play

    - learning the basic principles of football game

    - basic movement paths

    - basic passing routes

    PLAN AND PROGRAM U-8/U-9

  • 3. Exercises for the technique appropriate for children

    2. Multilateral games with ball

    1. Multilateral sport activities

    4. Football in small numerical relations

    50%20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 Force the individual quality!

    2 Technical training is primarily a game training!

    3 Provide lots of contact with the ball and actions!

    4 Pay attention to good performance, correction!

    5 Introduce children with ‘’ABC’’ of tactics!

    6 Be a role model on and off the field, Fair Play principles, responsibility and decency!

    Learn to play football as ‘’on street’’, small teams on small fields

    Dexterity and speed with and without the ball

    Through the game learn also more difficult technical elements, both legs

    Inform about basic tactics, how to stand and behave in the space

    Force individual actions, get used to victory and to deal with defeat

    Playing – no pressure!!!

  • Ratio of play and fun in training

  • - system of play: 1-3-2-3 REQUIREMENTS - individual tactics - defense, attack

    - encouraging 1 on 1 game

    - mini games (4:1, 3:1, 3:2, 4:2, …)

    - possesion games (5:5+2, 4:4+2, …)

    PLAN AND PROGRAM U-10 TO U-11

  • U8 -

    U11

    U12

    U13

    U14

    U15

    U16 -

    U18

    U19 -

    U21

    Development of basic technique Forming theTE-TA knowledge and

    understanding the game

    TE-TA requirements through competition

    1. INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE

    2. BASIC PRINCIPLES

    of DFT

  • DEMANDS AND OBJECTIVES

    • learning to play in a flat-back-four system (1-4-3-3)

    • developing knowledge and skills of dynamic functional technique

    and basic stereotypes of cooperation

    • developing abilities in the sensitive phases

    • individual approach in resolving deficiencies

    STYLE OF PLAY

    - CONTINUED ATTACK – playing through the thirds

    - QUICK REPOSSESSION – immediate reaction to lost possession

    - PRESSING

    PLAN AND PROGRAM U-12 TO U-21

  • U12,U13

    U-14,U15

    Learning, correction

    Positional cooperation

    Learning, correction, repetition

    Achieving of basic team tactical goals

    Field positions group actions

    Individual tactics repetition

    Combination plays within sense for the play

    Wall pass

    Basic forms of combination plays (2,3,4 players)

    Interchange

    Plays to the third player

    Return passes

    Player surplus creating

    Space creating

    BASIC PRINCIPLES

    SITUATIONAL PRINCIPLES

    Dynamic and functional technique

    Individual tactics introduction and implementation

    TE-TA logic demands

    TE-TA situational logic demands

  • 3. Individual tactics

    2. Technical training according to the plan

    1. Beginning of conditioning development through game

    4. Football with demands and free game

    20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 Improve elementary technique step by step!

    2 Approaching the terms of exercise and playing!

    3 Pay attention to both legs!

    4 First of all develop conditioning through the game!

    5 Beginning of individual training!

    6 Intensively communicate and actively involve players in training!

    40%Happiness and creativity in the game

    Training of basic technical elements in various situations

    Training of individual tactics in offense and defense phase

    The methodology of group tactics with 2 and 3 players in offense and defense

    The methodology of dynamic technique with 2,3,4 players in

    various forms

    Learning – seriousness!!

  • 3 . Individual tactics and basic of group tactics

    2. Intensive technical training

    1. Football specific conditioning training

    4. Football with demands and free game

    20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 Pay attention to individual differences in development!

    2 Individual approach: improve strength, work on deficiencies

    3 Form and stabilize the self-initiative and motivation!

    4 Force creativity, it’s more important than tactical teamwork!

    5 Begin with a final specialization by positions!

    6 Identify the character of the individual taking responsibility!

    40%Forced stabilization of performance

    in training and match

    Methodology of DFT 2,3,4 players in relations under the pressure from

    opponents

    Methodology of group tactics of 4 players in offense and defense

    Correct deficiencies in coordination through specific exercises

    Develop responsibility of individuals and the team on and off the field

    Learning – forming stable working habits!

  • Sytems of play

    1-4-3-3 system as a guideline

    1-4-3-3 1-4-1-4-1

    PLAN AND PROGRAM U-12 TO U-15

  • U8 -

    U11

    U12

    U13

    U14

    U15

    U16 -

    U18

    U19 -

    U21

    Development of basic technique Forming theTE-TA knowledge and

    understanding the game

    TE-TA requirements through competition

    1. INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUE

    2. BASIC PRINCIPLES

    of DFT

    3. DYNAMIC AND FUNCTIONAL TECHNIQUE – SITUATIONAL and COMPETITIVE

  • 3 . Group and team tactics

    2. Specific technical training by positions

    1. Periodization of specific conditioning training

    4. Football with demands

    20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 Intensive training progress with the planned active breaks!

    2 Detailed train all the TE-TA requirements, both in theory and practice!

    3 Look for collective demands, but still take care of individual reactions!

    4 Give players authority, but require the responsibility!

    5 Form awareness of the seriousness of ‘’work’’!

    6 Coordinate efforts that occur in football and in school!

    40%Seriousnees and stability in work on

    and off the field

    Dynamic technique in details in the speed and under the pressure from

    opponents/time

    Individual preparation to special requirements of different positions

    Perfecting tactical tasks in a group and stabilizing the team on the field

    Stabilize the conditioning level of individuals

    Training the game under psychological pressure

  • DVD – Basic stereotypes of cooperation

    Examples of exercises:

    Square 1-1 and 1-2

    Hexagon 2-1

    Fitness analysis

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  • Sytems of play

    1-4-3-3 system as a direction (mirroring the first team)

    1-4-3-3 1-4-1-4-1

    PLAN AND PROGRAM U-17/U-21

  • 3. Optimizing the group and team tactics

    2. Specific technical and tactical training by positions

    1. Individual conditioning periodization

    4. Demanding forms of the game

    20%

    15%

    15%

    1.

    2.

    3.

    4.

    Global guidelines

    1 The collective with individuals!

    2 Maintain intensive training but pay attention to adequate rest!

    3 Ensure optimal playing time for player!

    4 Emphazise rapid adaptation to seniors, but not force too much!

    5 Work on the stabilization of oscillations of the individual and team!

    6 Pay attention to the disturbing factors outside of football!

    40%Detailed attention to individual

    specialization

    Individual conditioning preparation to demands of individual positions

    Detailed TE-TA individualization by positions

    Optimally coordinate tactical requirements with game demands

    Connect the discipline of the game and enthusiasm/fanaticism

    Professionalism

  • U8 -

    U11

    U12

    U13

    U14

    U15

    U16 -

    U18

    U19 -

    U21

    Development of basic technique Forming theTE-TA knowledge and

    understanding the game

    TE-TA requirements through competition

    3. TEAM DEFENSIVE PRINCIPLES

    2. DEFENSIVE PRINCIPLES 2,3 and 4 PLAYERS

    1. INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE PRINCIPLES

  • U8 -

    U11

    U12

    U13

    U14

    U15

    U16 -

    U18

    U19 -

    U21

    Development of basic technique Forming theTE-TA knowledge and

    understanding the game

    TE-TA requirements through competition

    PERIODIZATION of SITUATIONAL AND COMPETITIVE PRINCIPLES of DFT

    IN RELATIONS 3:3, 4:4, 6:6, 7:7, 9:9, 10:10

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