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We will now speak about the strategy that we will use to capture soccer athletes of the base categories, qualified and differentiated for Qatar’s National Team, managing their careers in order to become professional players.

In order to meet athletes and select them for the clubs and the football team, we make evaluations of players, in the trainer cities and countries. We assemble all the necessary infrastructure, in the football fields of their cities, offering the possibility of athletes demonstrate their football to our technical observers.

The main objective of the project Revealing Qatar is to develop a partnership of eight years with the government and supporters, involving schools, football teams , companies and governments , as well as build a unique structure in the football world , capable of forming , revealing or identifying football players of base categories , from 10 to 18 years of age, at an advanced stage in football and differentiated , to be brought to the TC (Training Center) in Qatar and so begin to be cut and made ​​into different athletes and approved , being worked on categories of one year, under-10 , under- 11 , under- 12 to under- 19 , to be better worked in all aspects of the particular age .

There will be selected in addition to Qatar, from 30 to 40 players per category, in order to go every year selecting those that stood out, and from the beginning of the third year of the project will begin to taper to the end of eight years in order to have players in international level, and prepared to dispute the crown.

If it is the will of the government of Qatar, the project may have a permanent character.

The Revealing Qatar will advise the athlete in all aspects in question, on the personal and professional, advising them and directing them to their success.

The idea is to make the project works as a great "sieve", that both captures and form, as a large layoff process bottleneck athletes according to their development, technical, physical and personal and social, to the end 8 years be revealing at least two or more players per position.

These players will work since the physical capabilities, as well as techniques and tactics, all accompanied on coordination and watchful eye of the multidisciplinary team that will manage the project. This team includes PHDs and masters in their domain areas, forming technical departments, physiological and medical, working with 3 sectors integrated into the training of all categories.


Promoting a job capturing and training of soccer players, in order to offer the maximum opportunities for talents to insert in the context of world football, to make Qatar a reference in talent training, preparing them for the clubs and for the 2022 World Cup.


Looking forward to achieve the goals outlined by Revealing Qatar 2022, of success in attracting and disclosure of soccer players, to be forwarded to the major professional football clubs and the national team of Qatar, for the marketing of athletes around the world, it is intended to use a structure consisting of compatible physical space and professional feedback to achieve success.

All the training program will be conducted through personal study of each player according to the need of each position , following morpho - functional and physical parameters , with ongoing assessment of physiological and biochemical parameters , analyzing the cost -benefit of each training applied , associated with power , so that there is no fault on periodization and so no major injuries happen and optimize and maximize results by working the physical valences and behavioral variables according to the range of physical and emotional maturity for each age group .

Just as the physical and physiological preparation , the technical work will use the same parameters , which will be chosen a tactical and technical standard for not only the team , but for each position , and will be used for all categories , so, both the profile the players and the scheme will be defined by the technical team , in order to discover and form according to these standards , and this determination will be made an extensive study of displacement , velocity and physical profile to perform this function , and thus all the department of physiology and preparation will plot and determine all the work , with targets to be achieved at each period and constant meetings to select , review and adaptation of this work .

The Technical , physical and medical departments will have permanent meetings to discuss all the weekly needs of each player , in order to individualize to the maximum the conditioning , physical , technical and psychological of each athlete , optimizing results , taking into account nutritional status , level of fatigue, sleep , etc. , in order to avoid injury and introduction of stimuli and overload inadequate.


The training of young players by football clubs can be a decisive factor for the success of these either in sport or in the financial plan.

The integration of young players in the main squads of the respective major clubs where they held their training leads to less financial wear. For if the club forms their own players, turns out not needing to hire players from other clubs , and in most cases , young players receive much lower wages to a player contract . On the other hand, young players already know the club where they work, avoiding the need for periods of adaptation to the new reality that a contracted player would have to confront. Contracted players are more expensive and difficult to amend vices brought, at least for us to play the way we want to propose , because forming with the same feature and within a standard tactical game not only ease the dynamics , but also create players with identity in the country.

However, training cannot be a random training; it is paramount that this process is directed towards excellence. This is because the integration of these young players in major clubs and national teams is highly dependent on the quality of the players themselves. So, the training process has to be well targeted and with well defined objectives.

The creation of Training Project “Revealing Qatar 2022” is thus eminently important to establish a sports culture, with principled, consistent and well-defined rules , which builds a model of game that , in turn , guide the design of a model of training, an exercise complex , a model player and even a model coach ¨ ( Leal & Quinta , 2001 : 27 ) .

The philosophy adapted in the Department of Education of Qatar with the implementation of this new project is a constant competitive attitude based on rigor and individual effort for a high collective performance. Looking up , thereby, to implementing a way of being that leads to the acquisition and development of behaviors of excellence in youth soccer players , contributing also to the integral formation of young people in their highest moral, civic and urbanity , and of as in the development of their cognitive abilities .

The Importance of Formation

With the current situation we can say that “sports training repurchased a new centrality. It is no longer just a process to ensure the quality of sports clubs, to also be a means of optimizing human resources financially “(Constantino, 2002: 153).

In the opinion of Oliveira (2001:12), one of the major solutions to the economic problem of the clubs is to ”unequivocally bet in the formation, creating structures, changing concepts and methodologies, so that the number of talented young people is the largest of the current reality “.

It’s necessary to have this “that players are active in this economist world. For, apart from real estate holdings that only some clubs or sports companies possess, it is exactly these very active (meaning players) the only wealth, the only possible monetization.” ( Tick 2003a: 82)

Mourinho (2002a : 17) states that “a club with the dimension of the Football Club Porto needs to have high assets (meaning players ) at the pinnacle , so that in one point it is able to sell them , if required.”

According to Camacho (Alves in 2004: 84) “the release of young footballers is often related to the economic conditions of each club. Teams that do not have large financial capacity internationally have in the players grown in their schools the opportunity to reinforce their herds and occasionally sell players, what can make important financial consideration.”

Hence, a strong and serious investment in formation will eventually be in medium / long term an excellent investment. It is necessary to bet on young players to avoid spending and eventually monetize them with their sale.

Even in big clubs with huge financial potential, as is the case of Chelsea Football Club (England), the strategy involves investing in the youth. Kenyon (2004: 25), executive director of the club, mentions that “the soul of the club has to come from the academies. This is so, that we do not have to spend money on players. And here goes the financial balance."

Thus, as stated by Constantine (2002: 152), ¨ a strong investment in sports training becomes, to the new international dimension to sports work, a fundamental strategic objective to increase the degree of competitiveness of countries with weaker economies of sport.

So it seems consensual the urgency of investment in training and young talents in order to facilitate the economic health of football clubs, and at the same time ensuring a more competitive sport or the level of domestic competition , both in terms of competitions with other clubs , countries and thus for the 2022 World Cup .

The need to build the training process aiming playmaking supported by a demanding culture of victory and collective.

Even in friendly games I like to win. I enjoy every day and before games, I always think about the fans and the need to push myself, to prove to them that I am a good player.”

Gonzalez (2003: 50)

“No player is above the team. I learned this lesson very early.”

Casillas (2003: 50)

“We need to improve every day, from beginning to the end of the career. I want to learn new things every day.”

Crespo (2005: 10)

The formation of a soccer player is a lengthy process and particularities with which the coaches must be identified so that they can make the most of this process. As stated by Leal & Quinta (2001: 20), “youth football has its own fingerprint, meaning, has characteristics that give it peculiar autonomy, which presupposes, of course, a methodology that identifies with its needs and particularities.

Despite all this specificity of training, and in particular the characteristics of each category, we have the opinion that the training process should have as its main reference what is required in the main team. This requirement is expected to reach its maximum level of accuracy in all education categories, taking into account that “the profitability of training involves the ability to form players of sufficient quality to enter the main team.” (Paul 2003: XXVII)  That is, the ultimate goal of the whole training process involves the integration of the largest number of players in the first team of the respective clubs.

So “training in football has to be an activity guided by the strictest standards of care ¨ ( Oliveira , in Leal & Quinta , 2001) in order to prepare young players to the world of professional football .

Although we defend that, as for Mourinho (in Lawrence, 2003: 121) “the playing organization of a team is the most important factor for all”, there are other values that ​​must be balanced throughout the process of formation in order to sustain the same game organization.

Carraça ​​(2005a: 46) states that the young player should have the following characteristics: “a good motor development, competitiveness, well organized and structured thinking, discipline and perseverance “, and so we want to form our squad based on these pillars.

According to Vale (2004: 16), “a player can have a lot of talent, but in our opinion it is character that counts. These are the major players of the future. It is a crucial aspect in elite player.” According to the author, the young football player has to reveal “character, specific game intelligence, and evolved technique and education principles to behave like a social being. Further than that also must have ambition, like soccer, and a great willingness to become an elite player.” (Vale, 2004: 16)

Valente (2005: II) states that “a high level football player must have team work in a context of requirement, victory and collective. The Technical Coordinator must uphold these values ​​by approaching coaches.

Work, discipline and rigor in formation

We think that the formation of a young football player has to be a process with demanding nature.  According to Giráldez (2002), “the success lies in the fact that the player wants to be better every passing day. Real Madrid looks forward to improve players from the first day they arrive to this home.”  Such seems to be the same philosophy of Ajax: “The young Ajax player must have talent and desire to learn: our duty is to make players better every passing day.” (Adriaanse, 1996: 21)

Vale (2003a: LXXVI) seems to agree with the previous ideas: “for a young player to be formed successfully, this must be effective from the standpoint of technical - tactical, physical and mental fundamentally. In order to achieve this profile, the player must have working capacity, rigor, discipline, organization, great ambition to become high level player. So, it is related to the level of commitment that can have on a day- to-day, to become increasingly stronger than the previous day ¨.

Valdano (2002 : 16 ) , referring to his experience as a professional footballer , says “I had to put into operation the will, the spirit of sacrifice, and there was  learning not only in sports , but also personal that enabled me to make inroads into other fields.

“The great coaches want players with great quality, but with motivation every passing day and a great interest in learning what they are transmitted.” (Mourinho 2002: 20)

From this set of ideas above we understand that social and psychological skills are also related to football skills and there are values ​​and attitudes that should be encouraged in and out of pitch in order to build the personality and behavior of young players.

It will be important to convey to the young players that the most important in a soccer team is that individual performance incomes in favor of the team and that “only work leads to success.” (Mourinho, in Lawrence, 2003:41)

We think that the requirement for the daily work, discipline, correction and looking for constant improvement must emerge and be fostered by coaches throughout the training process.

When we practice a sport we have to be optimistic, positive and willing to win, to defeat the strongest. This is achieved with hard work daily.

Valdano (2002: 21) supports this view stating that “to achieve success in football is necessary to be a positive person and the discovery of the errors that led to failure should be an exercise that makes us better.”

For Mourinho (in Lawrence, 2003: 128) “being champions” must always be our goal. A daily goal, a motivation consistent and permanent, a light which must guide our path. Every workout, every game, every minute of our professional and social life must focus on that goal which is ours.” That’s how we think for our training project, to create champions from the start of training.

This way “players should be formed within a culture of winning. Players must be used to gain.” (Mourinho, 2002a: 20) Mourinho (in Lawrence, 2003: 104) even claims that “a football team is only worthy of the name when all players without exception want to win, want to earn a lot, regardless of whether they play or not.”

Winning also means ¨ win every workout, gaining ability to play, earning capacity to suffer, desire to play and win, earning space to play, win every duel, winning each offensive combination, winning each situation of finalization, winning a team” ( Training Department of the Sports Club Trofense , 2002) . Namely, the young football player must develop the ability to self -overcoming individual and collective, always demanding more of himself and his team.

We argue that the training process has to be focused on positivity, ability to overcome adversity with determination and will to win all situations .

The club, the team and the collective above all

Being the football a collective and institutionalized sport, it is crucial that young players favor the interests of their club and their team at the expense of their own interests.

For Mourinho (in Lawrence, 2003: 121) “the idea of ​​club is more important than any player in the case of a value that has to go through the club, especially the young layers. The respect for the club, the standards established by the philosophy of the club are more important than any individual, therefore, no one is above the club.”

According to Denoueix (2003: 46) “we talk a lot on individual superstars, but, in his view, the collective is the priority.”

Valdano (2002, 20) agrees with the previous ideas referring that “the structure and culture of Real Madrid must always be above the pretensions of the players. Here the message was clear: a great international figure arrives, but accepts the common rules, the rules that are set for Real Madrid for a long time; it is a way to explain that the institution is above the players.”

It seems essential to convey to young players during the training that the club, rules imposed and the implemented idea of ​​game are the most important and must be respected.

According to Mourinho (2003d: 61) “the team concept is much more important than the concept of individuality and the best team is not the one that has the best players, but the one that plays as a team.” Thus “all players must transform their personal motivations for collective motivations” (Mourinho 2003e: 33), “it is fundamental in order to play at the highest level, that every player feels confident, be supportive and cooperative with their peers and believe them.” (Mourinho, in Lawrence, 2003: 141)

Valdano (2002: 22) also states that “we particularly need goals and we need a collective state of mind that allows us to work with a certain level of enthusiasm. We need a rear of corporate culture to have a certain sense of intention.” Thus, it becomes important to share objects and complicity in order to form a cohesive group so that all elements of the team driving out in the same direction.

We think that the training process should be directed to the collective values ​​of the team and the club instead of individual values, so we will form a strong team, and winner in Qatar, with a strong collective football, a trend that has been growing in recent years, proven that with ease through the last final of the Champions League 2012/2013 where the Germans teams beat Spanish teams in the semi -finals with a football of collectivity, great strength and tactical dedication.

The importance of schooling and academic

For the young soccer player it is very difficult to reconcile his sporting activity with school activities. As confirmed by José Carvalho (2002: 13), “it is given that the choice of sporting career towards high competition entails a lot of problems in the organization of sporting, social and school life of the young player. Vale (2003: LXXVII) confirms this idea stating that “in Portugal today it is extremely difficult to succeed in terms of sports and school at the same time. All these are factors to be considered in a training process.” Hence the emergence of educational support to young players given the difficulties in reconciling sporting activity with school activities.

José Carvalho (2002: 26) states that “media coverage held to professional footballers makes this a very attractive career for young players. However, this option sometimes results in the failure of the academic career, which proves negative, especially if the young person for any reason does not reach the professionalism.”

Gomes (2004: 25) states that “it would be good that these young people would study and obtain the maximum possible powers to be men who are more prepared for life, regardless of whether or not they reach football triumph.”

Caçador (2003: 9) states that the young players and their parents should invest in training and academic school early: “We have to worry about the academic training of players, be demanding. It is not possible that a 20 year old is only a footballer and his parents have the happy idea of supporting them when they leave school. There isn’t a young man who can be considered on track if you leave school to 9th grade. We want them to conclude the 12th [grade] and enter colleges, enjoying the status of high competition. It is this great revolution we have to do: focus on quality of players and their cultural level.

 In regard to the ideas described above, “a process started with a training path fixed and qualified in the sporting aspect of learning and academic or technical professional is truly important. This is because we have to be aware that the overwhelming majority of young players will never be professional football players. The others, the fittest, those who during various phases of training have demonstrated capabilities and potential in order to be professionals foreground, must be available to take a career: hard, exhausting, risky, media. But rewarding and engaging for those who know to manage intelligently and sensibly.” (Tick, 2003:82)

 Thus, schooling and academic support to emerge as better management of income and as a guarantee of a stable and secure future if the football career end or is not successful by several factors, such as injuries .

Thus, during the process of training young players should be encouraged to engage in their studies. The Technical Coordinator will intervene with the coaches so that they warn their players of the importance of the study and, if necessary, develop strategies for remediation if it finds scholar failure. This guardian must also communicate with the parents of the players when there is such a need.

In the big European clubs the school and academic formation and the concern with the integral formation appear to be fundamental aspects.

At Real Madrid there is “concern for the youth academic formation being necessary to point out the formation of young people for integral formation. (Valdano, 2002:20) Even, “this club organized an event titled “Journey of Professional Guidance” directed to the players of the Department of Education and their parents.

 In Ajax, the poor results at school have implications for the club. According to Blind (2004:23), “young players to become talents have to apply the same character either in the club or in the school. So that, when the School ratings go down, officials of the club are aimed at parents and ownership in the main team becomes very difficult to materialize. More than half of the Ajax players complete their secondary and starting university studies.”

Given all the above seen our idea is not different, we think about forming smart and responsible players, because it will facilitate the understanding and meaning of this ambitious project, so it can scale better where they are inserted and respect all planning with maximum effort.

Search for identity by implementing a club philosophy and a training model

 For training to have a coherent and rational logic it seems essential that the whole process is guided by well-defined objectives and that they can reflect on all the teams of the Department. Thus, it becomes necessary to “promote the establishment of a set of general and specific target seeking and guiding the trajectory of the same organization” (Leal & Quinta, 2001:27), in other words, a model of club/club philosophy.

Faria (2003: LXXVIII) shares the same opinion arguing that “a training project is to have the definition of a set of features that you want these players to have when formed. Therefore, it has to do with something that has to be set at structural club level.” This is because, as stated by Leal & Quinta(2001 : 28) “it seems difficult to conceive that during the process of training certain players are chosen over others, without a definition of the characteristics of the player intended, taking into account the requirements of the club’s game model.”

Thus, “the referential point of any club with regard to training should be supported on a philosophy that contemplates the existence of a type of game which, in turn, guide the design of a training model of a complex of exercises, a model player and even a model coach” (Leal & Quinta, 2001:27).

Vale (2003a: LXXVIII) relates the case of Porto’s Football. According to this author “forming in a club should be guided by solid principles and if anything  changes, people should be changed, but should not the principles that are what characterize and are the identity of a club.” According to Vale, “Football Club Porto has a very unique sporting culture and the players have to understand it. The club is governed by its own values, sportingly has a way of playing. It is the way of playing of the FC Porto and nobody else’s.” (Vale, 2004: 16)

This way of working will mean that all stakeholders in the process of training assimilate over time a way to train and play, creating a sense of identity.

The way of playing and coaching staff as the main reference key of the Training Department

We believe that the major reference for the implementation of a model or model training club passes through the establishment of a playing model common to all types of formation. This way of working would imply that “everyone will be directed in the same direction and that the players confront every day with a certain logic. It is obvious that this model is the reference that makes it not to happen very different things in the various stages of training, this is because the ideas are common and the principles are the same.” (Faria, 2003: LXXXVIII) And this referential has to be “the biggest referential to is what is done at the top which is the core team of a club” (Vale, 2003: LXXIII), since the ultimate goal of training of young players in the team goes through the integration in the main team.

With the same opinion, Leal & Quinta (2001:41) claim that “the formation based on the existence of a game model will allow the young player this routine in the way to play and develop defined characteristics that allow him, with enhanced possibility of success integrate the core team. For this it is important that the game model implanted in juvenile department has as a reference model of the core team for this is because it is intended to form the player.”

If the game model of the Department of Education does not match the game model of the core team “there is the risk of players being formed with different characteristics from those required by the core team which makes more difficult the integration and exploitation of players from categories of training.” (Leal & Quinta, 2001:41) In other words, there must be a similarity of processes at the level of training and match between the core team and the teams of the Training Department.

Taking into account the above statement, it seems more logical that the criteria for hiring the head coach of the club’s main team has as main referential the philosophy of the club and in particular the game model adapted to the training. According to Vale (2003: LXXIX), “from the moment that there is a form of the game, a philosophy of formation of sports culture, we believe that it would be unthinkable that people wouldn’t weigh the type of coach they will choose.” Guilherme Oliveira (2003; XXIV) shares the same opinion arguing that “a club that has a game model for training should hire a coach whose ideas are due to this form of the game.”

Thus, it seems essential that the choice of the team’s coach to main categories of training must take into account the philosophy of the club so it won’t be wasted time or money on training.

Staff should be identified with the game model

 “It is increasingly important to this club to have a document with an idea, a philosophy guiding this whole process."

 The most important man in a club is the Technical Coordinator. He is who decides, directs, plans and develops a project. Jacquet (2003:79) In order to have a line of consistency throughout the training process, “the technicians involved in a training project must have a unitary conception of either club, either playing or training, or the model itself of the player to form. Unifying the criteria of different coaches for different categories is to eliminate the possibility of conflicts disruptive to the normal development of the young player." (Leal & Quinta, 2001:48)  This should not imply restrictions on the level of individual creativity of the coaches limiting their progress. However, it seems an essential step, because it will enable harmonization of ideas about the game model adopted making everyone take the same direction giving continuity and identity to work regardless of the category in which the young player is. Faria (2003:XCI) shares the same opinion stating that “it is important to define a profile in order to find a connection with a certain way of working and training that allows to operate the fundamental ideas of the model .”

For Vale (2003a: LXXIX) the most important in a group of trainers of a training department is that these “work on the same wavelength, and the language is the same on the key issues. After this, it is essential to take to practice what they define from the theoretical point of view.” Another important aspect is the training of trainers, but this being promoted by the clubs. This would have as its main objective "to make the coaches to identify with a particular way of working.” (Leal & Quinta, 2001:48) The Technical Coordinator will play a key role in this level by encouraging this kind of initiatives.

An essential step towards the unification of criteria and better identification and understanding of the game model and model training is the systematization of the intended expressed in a document. According to Mourinho (in Lawrence, 2003:121) “a document of this type is extremely important because it is a guide to a process" aiming to define the model of game with which I identify as their principles inherent in it” and give knowledge to " all coaches of the club objectively the key ideas that lead the whole process of team building and so can objectify the job of training players compatible with our needs.” (Mourinho, 2003a:19)  With the development of this document, it will be more easily identified an identity on the level of training and game and depending on the desired team or club's main training project. Subsequently, it is necessary to find within the structure of the club people capable of, in conjunction with the head coach, control the training process, namely, the Technical Coordinator, for the operation of the document to be as close as possible.

Qatar: the training school reference

“We can never be satisfied and we should maintain a critical view of each of us. A constant desire to evolve. This is the principle of Ajax and Ajax Training Department.” Adriaanse (in Kormelink & Seeverens 1997: 77) “A country is not measured by the size of the borders, but by the ambitions, values ​​and ideas.”

Ajax is one of the best schools of forming soccer players in the world, where they formed the internationally renowned players such as Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten, Frank Rijkaard, Frank de Boer, Dennis Bergkamp, Marc Overmars, Edgar Davids, Patrick Kluivert, Clarence Seedorf, Edwin Van der Sar, and more recently, the young players Rafael Van der Vaart and Van der Meyde.

The philosophy that will be used in “Revealing Qatar” will follow this same forming idea: “the combination of technique, intelligence, personality and speed of execution are best expressed in a creative way, then, with an attacking football. The club's philosophy is above any result: play an attacking and risky football, and accept nothing more than the expression of this football in the football pitch.” (Kormelink & Seeverens 1997: X)

To match the training process that is intended for the game, the Department of Education will use the acronym "TIPS" to describe the strengths of the young player of Qatar.

T (technique) a young player has to be technically evolved;

I (Intelligence and Insight) Ability to observe and anticipate in order surprising the opponent;

P (personality) A talent must be able to communicate with others, be the leader and creative , demonstrate courage, be receptive to his teammates and to work in a disciplined manner;

S (Speed) Marking speed, mobility, execution and speed over long distances. Thus, it is intended that a young player is “technically gifted, football-wise intelligent, with interesting personality and good speed.”

The great secret of the formation of Qatar is in the fact that “our players are accustomed to playing in our system since very young. As they grow, they improve their capabilities to the place destined for them and when they are 18 or 19 years if the core team needs them, they are ready, therefore, to integrate themselves without feeling differences in playing style. They know perfectly what tasks they will have to play.”

On the other hand, we also support the idea that "it is necessary to find multifunctional players. They must have the ability to change positions. In the future, there will be no place in football of high performance for players who only know how to play one position.” (Adriaanse, in Kormelink & Seeverens 1997: 65) Thus, given the importance of universality, during the process of training the players play two or three positions in addition to the initial position for which they were selected.

During the time in which the athlete stays within the project, this will be responsible for: all meals, one technical training, physical training, a time for study and for transporting school /club and club/house. In the structure of the project, there will be spaces fit for school support, which will be placed a certain number of teachers employed by the project, which will support the players with learning difficulties and accompanying them in competitions, offsetting the classes that they were allowed to miss.

Thus, the success of the project as formation appears to be related to a philosophy well defined and established over the years. Philosophy that it will take into account the social and footballing education of young players - full training - and where strict rules prevail to create disciplined players whether from the tactical point of view, or the social point of view.


"The Technical Coordinator takes on an important and difficult task." Mourinho (2002a:15)

The implementation of a Model Club / Training Model it is necessary to check continuity and similarity of processes in different categories both in terms of training, both in terms of the game.

Thus, "there needs to be someone who makes the interconnection between the various departments, the various categories and various club coaches, standardizing the criteria for this selection, orientation, and fundamentally action.” (Leal & Quinta, 2001:49) This element should be the Technical Coordinator. (Leal & Quinta, 2001; Latorre, 2004)

This position requires a strong knowledge of the functioning of the project and all its philosophy.

Functions of the Technical Coordinator

The Technical Coordinator will primarily perform the function relationship between the pedagogical and methodological routine core team and the routine of the training categories. Thus, this coach will observe the technical training and will dialogue with the head coach how to realize that the latter favors and why to work in a certain way.

Subsequently, the verification of the implementation of the game model is accomplished through the action of the Technical Coordinator, attending practices and games of different teams from the Department of Education.

However, the tasks and functions of the Technical Coordinator are beyond issues strictly related to the game and the training itself.

According to Giráldez (2002), “the functions of the Technical Coordinator of Real Madrid are related to the coordination of the coaches of the raining teams, from the Real Madrid B until the Benjamins and the coordination of all daily activities that exist in the City of Sports of the training teams (training, coach education, communication with parents, sports events).”

Communication with the technical teams

One of the fundamental tasks of the Technical Coordinator is related to the choice of the coaches of the Training Department and establishing communication with these to ensure that everyone is well informed and up to target everyone in the same direction.

Thus, the Technical Coordinator holds meetings every week with coaches and directors themselves. In other words, the communication between the different agents within the framework of the project itself and the observation of the work of the different teams of the Training Department by the Coordinator becomes essential to verify identity. Thus, “the Technical Coordinator of the Club shall harmonize the expectations of the coaches with the principles and objectives proposed by the project, with the aim of encouraging teamwork and involving the most all educational agents of the club in the process of formation of the football player. The coordinator should also provide ideas of continuous work to increase the quality of coaches. Teamwork will determine the success of the annual planning.”


Another task of the Technical Coordinator goes through the establishment and/or enforcement of the rules.

This document aims, through the situations typified, to ensure the consistency desirable of attitudes and behaviors of young players. The group behavior is extremely significant for the young player and that means they have to learn to be considerate to others. Thus, it will establish a set of disciplinary rules to which players must adhere at all. Agreements will be established in view of the behavior during games and workouts. Discipline does not have to be rigid, but it is essential that the same rules are applied to all levels. Even the rules of behavior for the lunch hour cannot differ from one team to another. Hence the reasons to put in a written document the regulations.

This same principle is followed in Real Madrid, as the rules of behavior “know no privileges whatever player it is. Standards of practice and games, concentrations serve to instill in young players what it means to represent the Real Madrid." (Giráldez, 2002) In other words, we think that the club culture embodies a set of values ​​and principles that must be respected by everyone and transmitted to the young players very early. This will foster “a distinct culture, not only connected the way you play, but also to a very broad sense that each club must have.” (Neves, 2003:37)

The establishment of an internal regulation becomes essential in order to normalize the behaviors of young players and the development of a specific culture of the club.

Communication with Parents

Communication with the parents of the players should also be ensured by the Technical Coordinator.

Parents are a vital figure for any human being. And we give great importance to this fact, it will organize regular meetings with parents of players to exchange information and move forward to the problems that may have situations that occur in the training process: when a young player gets to the project, they play a lot, if they don’t play, when to abandon the project. Thus, the parents should be informed about the process of training their sons and Technical Coordinator should take on this task.


Other tasks

In addition to the above tasks, Latorre (2004:35) systematized into ten points a wide range of coordination tasks:


1. “Creation of general internal rules.

2. Elaboration of technical chart, schedules, training groups, distribution of spaces.

3. Organization of competitions for groups of schools.

4. Training of coaches.

5. Control of coaches.

6. Meetings. Control of mechanisms for planning, control of content, training sessions and tasks.

7. Development of practical sessions based on joint tactical - technical content determined.

8. Testing and sociograms.

9. Assistance to games.

10. Communication with parents and guardians of the players.

11. Organizing activities and end -of-semester course.

12. Training of Team Officers.

13. Multidisciplinary work with other agents (physicians, physical trainer, massage therapists, physiologists, nutritionists, physiotherapists, nurses, directors).

 14. Self-training”

The Technical Coordinator thus assumes major role in the construction of the entire training process being the regulator and the verifier of identity that is to be installed in the project at the level of play, training and all behaviors inside and outside the game field, being one essential element in the dynamics of that process.


Department of Physiology


We know that the path taken by an athlete to their success, if it occurs, is long, and not always done the right way, which can result in a series of damaging processes in the performance of the same. In fact, the groundwork done in football, all variables are important and all sectors of the preparation (physical, technical, tactical and psychological) have their importance in this process.

              First I would like to emphasize that the person serving in the department of physiology, should not only be aimed at testing and laboratory results. This professional, more than ever, must know the daily work in the field and actively participate in activities in all areas. We defend the multidisciplinary activity in football where all professionals should have general knowledge of the areas so that communication between professionals is facilitated and from there the work is unified. The physiology department at the base should attain to dose correctly the trainings, prevent injuries and monitor continuous improvement of physical valences. Then I’m asked about the difference then between work at the base and professional. I highlight several variables where the base physiologist has to watch himself in his work. Identify the level of maturity of the athlete who comes to the club, preventing it from receiving excessive loads that may compromise the physical structure of the same, thus impairing their growth. I emphasize that training in football in any category must have qualitative emphasis. Another concern of the physiologist is the longitudinal monitoring of athletic performance, which can be affected by the complexity of the activity assigned to it by the excessive training, the fitness, among others. It is for the physiologist, along with the nutritional industry, to know the athlete's dietary history, and trace nutritional strategy to prevent energy deficit at the end of the training day and maximizing recovery. Tracing correct hydration strategies varying water and energy drinks, avoiding a framework of hyponatremia, etc...

Therefore, in order to add value to an athlete, it is necessary that in the process of forming there is a department of physiology that performs these activities reported above among others that are required for maximizing performance.


Department of physical preparation

Nowadays the preparation became a determining factor in performance and formation of a good soccer athlete.

Physical preparation is directly linked to increasing yield and performance of athletes, and within their specific modalities, soccer has several peculiar demands.


Football is, by itself, an intermittent sport and has the most varied and complex physical demands, as it encompasses a wide range of motor valences. Among these valences may be noted the rates of strength, endurance, speed, and neuromuscular coordination of the individuals. The constant improvement and balance of all these physical attributes is the crucial physical and technical preparation of an athlete.

Therefore, the correct application of the principles of sports training is really important in this sport and is directly correlated with the increase in the individual performance of the athlete.

Professional football has its largest foundation in the basic categories, where athletes give their first steps in their athletic training. At this stage, it happens the sport initiation of young players. The technical, tactical, psychological and cognitive formation starts, turning them into athletes able to perform their activities at the highest intensity levels and requirements required by the sport.

This is a period of physiological maturity, in which several changes occur in the body of the young athletes. This period is nothing more than a period that determines the speed and timing of growth and may differ from individual to individual. At this time, hormone levels rise, the epiphyseal are being formed and, therefore, at this time the correct application of the principles of sports training is necessary because otherwise the developed can be severely compromised.

The main tool used by physical educators to detect periods of maturation is the observation of some indicators. The main indicators of the maturation period are:

• Sexual - pubic pilosity; (emergence and growth of pubic hair), genital development and growth of breast (women).

• Somatic - Age at peak of height velocity (correlation between age and centimeters per year), % of predicted height (correlation between weight / height per year.)

• Skeletal - Development of epiphyseal;

With the change of category due to age, levels of loads, the volume x intensity and types of training should be changed, using methodologies consistent with each age group worked.

We can cite as a good example of these changes, the strength training sessions: on children's category (± 15 years), strength training (it is considered all variations of this valence), cannot have the same intensity of strength training in youth category (± 17 years), although the ages show only 2 years apart.

At this age this period of time can be very significant for the peak in the maturation of the youngsters, both bone formation as muscular, because it is exactly during this period that happens what is popularly called "spurt" of growth, time where bone growth and muscle can happen with great speed.

Already in the major categories, juniors (± 18 to 20 years) and professionals, the loads and training sessions are well differentiated and specific, because in this period the maturation is already at a stage well ahead, almost complete, changing little. Consequently the load and training can be implanted with greater intensity and complexity. It should be prioritized the improvement and specificities of physical valences.

As young people are being "thrown" in the professional category earlier and earlier, monitoring the morphological development must be thorough by coaches, physical educators and physiologists, as the "burning” of the future steps can have disastrous consequences in the formation of the athlete.

It is now known that a player runs on average 8-13 Km per game. Where the quarterbacks run 8-10 km, and side wheels run 9-12 km, the midfielders run 11-13 km and the attackers run from 9 to 10 km, and 5-6 km are performed walking or trotting, ie 60% to 70% of Maximum Heart Rate (Max HR), 2.5 to 3.5 Km are made in race with moderate to high pace, ie, 80% to 90% HR max, 1.5 to 2.5 Km are made with fast pace in running, or from 90% to 100 % HR max, around 600 to 1200m, are running at full speed, around 50 to 70 sprints , and between 300 and 400m running backwards.

The time ball stays in play today is around 60 minutes, where players touch the ball 30 to 70 times, around 30 and 50 disputes occur with opponents, between 15 and 30 jumps, and the average intervals of actions are only between 15 and 30 seconds.

So due to these demands, physical trainers have to be increasingly empowered and integrated with physiologists, nutritionists, physiotherapists and technical coordinator.


The Government of Qatar will coordinate the entire enterprise, operating in the entire production chain of the business in question, while focusing on capturing the different athletes, the placement of the players revealed, and in managing their careers, the teams in Qatar and abroad.

Human Resources:

Administrative and Technical Football Departments:

1 Technical Coordinator

1 Administrative Coordinator

1 Public Relations

 Soccer Trainers

2 Futsal Coaches

5 Auxiliary

3 Goalkeeper Coaches

1 Coordinator of Athletes Pickup

Partners Providers of Athletes

Department of Health:

 1 Coordinator of the Department

1 Doctor

5 Physical Preparers

2 physiologists

3 physiotherapists

1 nutritionist

1 psychologist

1 nurse

Legal Department:

1 Lawyer in Qatar /1 Lawyer for international affairs

The project will have an adequate physical infrastructure that will be the Training Center of Qatar, and skilled professionals to achieve the stated objective of raising and training individual players.

Qatar Unit:

- It would be necessary to have an area with two football fields of synthetic grass, a conventional grass field, dressing rooms , heated pool , gym, weight room and functional training and CORE 360, rehabilitation center with their proper appliances, offices, accommodation, cafeteria, offices, parking, laboratory of physiology and biochemistry, laboratory of motion analysis.




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