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Research studies show that almost all coaches, players and spectators stare at the ball and the player in possession of the ball 54 seconds out of every minute.
The majority of people do not notice what is happening away from the ball and can not tell you:
Unfortunately the majority of coaches, trainers and players are so caught up ball watching they don't see what their team needs to learn to be better the 97% of the time in a game when they don't have the ball.
Positive Match Assessments
The three primary tasks for coaches, assistants and players on the sideline are:
There are two types of Game Assessments for Your Team(s) and Players:
The Match Assessment Form is based on a positive point system. Add the scores given each player and divide by their chances to act to get that player's average score.