Game plan and selection - FREE with Sir Graham Henry
There are some natural areas of weakness in a defence that should be targeted in attack. In this session I take you through some options that I think are important to recognise and attack when your team have the opportunity. I will also discuss the importance of wise selection and how best to deal with dropping a player.
Part 1. Game plan 5:05 Free video
Part 1 - Game Plan
|Course||Part 1, Part 2|
|Extras||Includes a companion PDF|
|Topics||Leadership & Management|
|Applicable to||Coaches Others|
|Languages||English , Español|
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Tai Taimataora New Zealand
awesome clarity in selection policy great video
Roger C Croft France
Really good synopsis from the Grand Master or the Headmaster.
Patrick Van Wyk Namibia
Graham Hwnry has that ability to make it so wasy to understand. The vdeo is just very educating. Thanx! Patrick Van Wyk- Namibia
Andre de Meyer South Africa
Very very good, can Graham publish examples of traditional game plans please?
Luis Alegria Peru
Henry makes it look so easy , is very good for my
Sala Lafaele Canada
If there is anyone who should learn from this session it will be me. I lost a season which I shouldn’t because I didn’t do what Coach Henry was saying in this video. I became a member of Rugby Site and learned the reason why I lost that season. My team won their season last year by not doing the same mistake of putting in players that are not 100% well to play because I was afraid to out my seconds in.Thanks
Elton Wichman New Zealand
Henry makes it look so easy
Wayne New Zealand
Good informative stuff
Richard Bell England
Simple ideas but excellent informative video
Tony Kahura New Zealand
Coach Sy Australia
Erik van Jaarsveld New Zealand
Warde Macintosh Australia
Really informative and something I’ll be using this weekend when our boys play their first game. Also, had a little chuckle when there was mention of weak defending 10s.
Mike Aughey Ireland
This selection of videos on leadership and management by Graham Henry are very instructive in creating the culture of the team. Very often we think in terms of the individual or the units but forget the fact that rugby is a team sport
Matt McFarlane New Zealand
Clever way to put it across simple and very easy to understand
Hennie South Africa
Loving the game plan part. Been waiting for quite a while. Would be great to see some more in depth sessions (ideas) on game planning. Thanks a lot !
Awesome! Selection is so vital to the success of the team. Be wise!
Luciano Fiore Italy
very useful. thanks
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