TOP 5 THINGS THAT A FOOTBALL PLAYER MUST DO
For those who do not know the work behind the players and Dan Petrescu, I tell you that it is much more than what you have seen today at the match. A group created by Dan, with quality and disciplined players, managed to comeback this evening even though they were led by Celtic at home. From my point of view, an evening thought and analyzed very well by Dan Petrescu, who guided the players to this extraordinarily beautiful victory!
Congratulations to the players for their efforts and dedication!
After analyzing this match in more detail, I made a list of the top 5 things a footballer should have, to play in a team like CFR:
Imagine your best performance and thing about it everyday using menthal images. Science has given us the answer to the question, if the brain realizes what is real and what is not. The brain does not differentiate between what is real and what is not, so you will create a mental plan when you imagine your things.
Insist on the positive mentality! What I mean when I say this? When you train, train intensely, train with full confidence in your strengths and show that you have maximum confidence in your abilities in how to pass, dribble and score. You have to realize that every workout, if you do it at maximum intensity and prepare yourself mentally every day to cope with the pressure from the decisive moments, you will definitely make the difference.
If you are going to do the training at the maximum level from the physical, technical and mental point of view, when the match is coming, you will feel like a flower in your ear.
3. ESTABLISH SOME CLEAR OBJECTIVES FOR THE MATCH
You need to know what you want to do during the match before you actually start the match and make sure that there are goals you can accomplish, such as winning the match, scoring or not conceding a goal. To win each duel, to take all the correct steps in the match. You can control these things and you can do them, as long as you apply the 2 things above.
4. BODY LANGUAGE
Whether you give a goal and lead or receive a goal and lead, your body language should not change and you have a positive attitude all the time. What we know from the latest studies with state-of-the-art equipment is that having a positive body language (attitude, confidence) drives the brain towards the production of hormones like testosterone, adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine, that is, things that help you focus on critical moments.
5. KEEP THINGS IN PERSPECTIVE
There will be times when you will not catch the team (first 11) or even the lot in some matches, but you do not have to panic and start to become disappointed. Even though some players are obsessed with having to be the starters and being in the top 11, they get upset when they don't play. You must realize that your focus should be on improving your technical, physical and mental qualities, because if you become better after you prepare and you are the best, it will appear in the first 11 anyway.
In life you always learn, so after careful analysis of yourself as a footballer to see the areas where you are less good (deficient), you have to think about what you have to do to become a better footballer.
So it remains to practice, to practice and to exercise! Get to work!
by Ciprian Stoica