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Tactical Analysis With a Budget Webinar

Yesterday, Gary Curneen presented on an aspect of individual development that is often overlooked: The ability of a player to receive feedback and use it to help improve their game. The webinar is centered around the facilitation of tactical information to teams and individuals, and how this has changed in the modern game. What if you do not have an analysis department to help you? Is it enough to send players clips with no context? How do we improve game intelligence remotely? What are the best products on the market to help coaches in this area? All of these are answered, along with a lot more.

You can watch the full webinar below:

If you are a coach who is looking for tactical analysis software, MSC would highly recommend KeyFrame. They are one of the most efficient, effective and affordable solutions for coaches looking to build graphics and animations alongside their analysis work and are perfect for player meetings and remote learning. You can find out more about them here.

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Mar 17, 2021

Gary. another great webinar. I do have a question. I've been going to some of the game to watch my girls play and I've notice some high school spend the money and bought VEO (excellent choice of a product) and they record games. I did asked the girls if they do what they do during video sessions, and response is "we watch film" and coaches tell us what we did wrong (different topic completely). Most of the coaches in the united states are teachers, and have a full load as it is (no time on their own to do analysis), and with a minimum budget to run the program can't afford to hire someone to do analysis for them. I…

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