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

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The trainer's big picture

As anyone with only the slightest insight into football and a reasonably objective view on things would agree upon, the perfect football club does not exist, just as the perfect company also probably does not exist, however successful they might be. Some die-hard fans might argue that their clubs come close to the "ideal" during some periods in their history, but this of course supposes that such an objective ideal exists, which can be doubted for many reasons.

In any case I believe that based on the analogies from the football world put forward below, any reader would be able to come up with examples of "good" as well as "bad" practice. Also, I think that the presented topics and reflections can be applied both to ...

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