Coming soon: Graham Henry - Game plan and selection Posted over 2 years ago

Following on from Sir Graham Henry’s series on ‘Constant Improvement’ and ‘Planning for the Season’ in this course Ted covers developing a game plan and wise selection, further important aspects for the coach to consider.

Graham covers analysing the opposition, assessing your team’s strengths, then setting a game plan to exploit weaknesses in the defence. He also talks through the importance of wise selection and the process of having to drop a player.

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_Richie McCaw on Sir Graham Henry:_ He is never happy where we are at. He always has somewhere to go, always looking to make improvements. He has watched a huge amount of rugby and is not afraid to trial ideas from other teams. That’s his huge strength. He sees the big picture, plans a whole campaign. He is motivated by a huge desire to see the All Blacks win every test and the World Cup.

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