- When staff (especially coaches) change, use it as a period to slowly try new things, or reintroduce methods that previously have been a pain to integrate. Players might even be MORE motivated to show off for the new coach.
- Utilize whatever tools you have for players individually WHEN you still have them at training – this may be directly before or after their main sessions. They are unlikely to come back for a second stint!
- Make sure to keep performance monitoring during training and matches going with a reliable and established system for as long as you can. Not only does it make it easier from a logistics and technical point of view, but you are also creating BENCHMARKS for players over time – which is the most VALUABLE aspect of all these tests.