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The Perfect Pass: What the manager can learn from the football trainer by Ed Weenk

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Analyse game and adjust the tactics

One could argue that once a game has been won, everyone over time will forget about how it was actually won, so therefore it doesn't actually matter if it was beautiful or ugly, if we stuck to our philosophy and style or not, or if we actually kept all of the spectators happy or if half of them left the stadium before the end of the game. Obviously, you don't see all of these aspects later on when you are looking at the "Trophy With The Big Ears" in the club's museum. And probably you don't care either.

And it might actually be true that for very special occasions such as a Champions League-final at the end of the season you don't care about how you win and there is a decision to go all-out and win however ...

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