Manchester United’s coaches from past to present (Part 1)

“Red Devils” have passed many coaches to lead to get like today. Many generations of famous coaches have led the team and brought remarkable respect to MU. Let’s review the coaches of the great MU immediately in the following article.

1. Ernest Mangnall

Not only that, Ernest Mangnall was also a great influence in the construction of the Old Trafford Stadium, dubbed the Theater of Dreams. It can be said, Ernest Mangnall is a very talented coach when in just five years (1903 – 1908) he brought Manchester United from the second division to the championship team in the English Premier League.

He helped MU win 2 Premier League trophies in 1908 and 1911, but with it was an FA Cup trophy.

2. Jack Robson – Prospective coach

After Ernest Mangnall retired for two years, the coach replaced Ernest Mangnall and became the head of Manchester United. However, the time he was a coach was also the time when the First World War broke out, besides, it had seriously affected the football of the world in general and of MU in particular.

However, Jack Robson’s Manchester still stuck with them in the first division, even though they didn’t have any more remarkable achievements. Until the 1922 season, MU could not play anymore, so he was relegated after exactly 7 months since Jack Robson left because of pneumonia.

3. John Chapman

John Chapman has been the manager of Manchester United since 1921. Like his previous colleague, coach John Chapman made a small contribution to MU being able to win the First Division and continue to reach the FA Cup semi-finals. But luckily, I didn’t really smile at the team because the team didn’t win any trophies in the lead time.

4. Clarence Hilditch

Clarence Hilditch was the first coach and player of MU left by John Chapman and left the team with significant holes. But ultimately, Hilditch’s training time is also short because there is only one season from 1926 to 1927 and there is no title for MU when he is leading Manchester United.

EXPLAINING THE 0.01-SECURITY COMPETITION TRAINING COMBINATION OF OLYMPICS

Usain Bolt – The world’s No. 1 sprint king holds a 100-meter world record with a time of 9.58 seconds. To pass every 0.01 seconds, Usain Bolt had to put in a lot of effort and practice non-stop. Usain Bolt said: “Your biggest competitor is yourself.” In sports, the athletes must try their best to surpass the achievements, even the achievements of yourself when you win.

When it comes to swimming, many people will think of Vietnamese athlete Nguyen Thi Anh Vien. Some male swimmers confessed, “We look at Anh Vien and respect it. The lesson plan that she practices, probably many male athletes also can not afford it. “

Nhuan shared: “365 days away from my parents’ day, 364 days away from my parents. Many days practice so tired that he could not swallow the rice, but experts still required to follow the daily menu and diet. Many times I just finished eating and vomiting up, sometimes crying because of self-pity, and thinking of myself why I suffer so much for what? But every time I remember the expectations of my family and the fans, I bite my teeth to practice. ”
Michael Phelps, an athlete who won eight gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, swam 80 km/week during his youth training period. Athlete Eleanor, a mathematics student, quit swimming at age 16 because she could not stand the exercise regime that required her to spend 4-5 hours at the pool every day.

Not only hard training, but the daily life of the athletes are also getting stricter. Everyday women’s basketball teams have to soak in ice water to help tone their muscles after training.
Gladys Tejeda – the first marathon runner to meet the Olympic standards of Peru has chosen a way to practice like no other. Not at the training center, she returned home with her mother and ran 20km every day on the plateau terrain.
Intense workouts are a major cause of unfortunate injuries. To limit this, many countries have used acupuncture and acupressure to care for athletes. Kim Yeon-young – a member of the Korean women’s volleyball team is a typical example.
The Austrian table tennis coach is showing students how to serve. It looks like all 4 people like magicians with the ability to keep the ball floating in the air.
Picture of Japanese wrestling team training at Tokyo National Training Center. Kohei Hasegawa (right) is going through physical exercise and endurance by climbing the rope to the ceiling.
“Heaven can’t beat meals”
The proverb “Heaven skipped a meal” is not suitable for the Olympic athletes preparing to compete. For athletes, preparing a nutritious meal is extremely important to ensure adequate fitness. Runners need to have a stable diet and ensure an average intake of about 3000 calories per day. Each athlete’s meal includes a variety of protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk, shrimp … and fruits and vegetables.

Reasons you should have an personal trainer when doing gym

Having a Personal Trainer with you throughout the training process helps you achieve the perfect training effect.

Weight training is a long and regular process, you need to maintain the practice routine to perfect the body. However, many people come to the gym with a burning mind but soon give up quickly. Why is that? What is the difference between them and the rest? Has the personal trainer interfered with this difference?

What is a personal trainer?

A personal trainer is the one who guides and follows you throughout the practice.

The role of the personal trainer

If you are going to the gym for the first time and are still wandering about the gym, a personal trainer is the perfect choice for you. You will receive the necessary information about Gym, Fitness and everything you want to know about fitness.

You will have a more accurate view of bodybuilding, as well as understand its nature to serve the training process, to avoid misunderstanding about bodybuilding which affects the training effect.

The personal trainer will help you with the schedule and the appropriate exercises

The personal trainer will be the one to share your wishes with you, evaluate your body and set your training goals, so that you can choose the exercises that match your goals, fitness and schedule. The most perfect workout. This helps you avoid wasting time and effort on inappropriate exercises and results are not as expected.

The personal trainer guides you to combine training and nutrition

Not only training, nutrition is also an extremely important factor in building the body, it also serves the training process. But not everyone knows how to achieve optimal nutrition. And the personal trainer will build your diet and daily menu, helping you achieve the fastest training effect.

The personal trainer adjusts your posture and movements when practicing

Practicing with improper postures and movements not only does not bring the desired effect but also causes your body to suffer injuries during training. And the personal trainer will help you avoid this by giving specific instructions and monitoring and adjusting you every step of the training process.

The personal trainer gives you the motivation and good spirit during practice

The personal trainer know how to motivate very well because they have gone through stages like you. They will also help you when you have a problem, and someone who shares with you everything. You will not have to skip training halfway through because your personal trainer will give you the motivation to pursue training until the end.

The mystery behind Rafael Nadal hitting Tennis with his left hand

Those who follow tennis know Rafael Nadal holds the racquet with his left hand. However, Nadal is inherently right-handed and to develop his skills of fighting with his non-dominant hand is a story from when he was a boy.

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When Rafael Nadal became famous, many NHMs realized that the Spaniard did everything in life with his right hand. He signed the NHM with his right hand, he brushed his teeth, threw a dart, held a fork … all with his right hand. Nadal only plays tennis with his left hand.
On Google, with the question “Nadal left or right handed”, after only 0.5 seconds gave 3.2 million results. It is one of the questions that many tennis fans ask each other a lot. To find the answer, Spainsnews met tennis teacher, Jofre Porta, who met Nadal at a clinic in Parma (Italy) when Nadal was only 8 years old. By the time Porta met Nadal, the Spanish boy was playing tennis with both hands.
That day, Porta spoke with Rafael Nadal’s uncle Toni about the player should choose a dominant hand to play tennis instead of hitting both hands. “Going for a while, I had the opportunity to return to Parma to work on a project. I met Nadal again and realized he had started playing tennis with his left hand. I asked Nadal and he confirmed that Uncle Toni convinced Nadal to practice tennis with his left hand, ”Porta said.
“I have advised Nadal to choose to play tennis with his hand which is most comfortable, but then Nadal trained with his left hand long enough to get used to it. Nadal even told me that he felt no power when he struck with his right hand, which is the dominant hand, ”Porta added.

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In many interviews, Uncle Toni denied that he persuaded Rafael Nadal to play tennis with his left hand. However, Porta himself has repeatedly confirmed that Toni asked Nadal to fight with his left hand for a variety of reasons. Firstly, backhanding is a matter of science and tactics. Left-handed players have the advantage of opening the angle, in the ability to serve and neutralize the left-to-right dashes. In fact, right-hand shots on the corner of the tennis court with the left hand will make it more difficult for the right-hand tennis players.
Secondly, Toni gave the statistics to Nadal that most players are tennis with the right hand, so switching to the left will give Nadal an advantage when he meets this group. Tennis-x.com page added statistics: In the Top 100 ATP at the moment, there are 85 tennis players playing with their right hand and only 15 hitting the left hand. Of which pure players only hit with the left hand actually only 7 people (the remaining 8 people will use 2 hands to make backhand shots).
“From a tactical standpoint, right-handed players will develop skills to deal with right-handed opponents better than confronting left-handed opponents. Especially tennis players since childhood, the brain will create habits. Accidentally when playing professionally, having to meet a small number of players hitting with the left-hand causes difficulties in judgment, ”Mr. Porta further explained.
Third, from Porta’s point of view, in sports, if you can afford to awaken the potential of oversleeping, it becomes a huge advantage. Nadal is right-handed and he has to force himself to hit with his left hand. By practicing more than the average person, Nadal’s strokes will become sharper and more powerful than those of the tennis player with his dominant hand.
Thus, the fact that Nadal is doing everything in life with his right hand, but playing tennis with his left hand, comes from the extremely wise and scientific thinking of Uncle Toni. In part, playing backhand tennis helped Nadal to reach the level of a legend.

British clubs having a hard time looking for good coaches

Not all good players can become a good strategist, but having a bad coaching career like the former England players is strange.

Recently, Paul Scholes had to step down as the manager of Oldham’s club playing in England’s Third Division after a series of disappointments – winning only 1 victory in 7 matches.

The time working at Oldham by former M.U midfielder only lasted exactly 1 month. Thus, 6 years after retirement, Scholes’ coach career is still just a round zero.

Before Scholes, the 1992 golden generation of M.U also repeatedly disappointed on the coach bench. Ryan Giggs was unable to stay at his former club after briefly leading the team as interim manager.

Gary Neville – quite successful as a commentator and especially famous for decrying other coaches – became a joke because of his bad time in Valencia. He was fired by Valencia after 4 months in the army and only brought 3 wins for the team.

Nicky Butt is no better than the M.U.’s academy coach job. And Phil Neville, after working as an assistant in Valencia for his brother Gary, has now moved to lead the English women’s football team.

In fact, it would be unfair to laugh at every generation of M.U’s famous players, because the English stars of Arsenal, Liverpool or Chelsea are nothing better. The generation of former British players born in 1960-1970 is at the peak of their coaching career.

Meanwhile, this generation of Italians with Antonio Conte, Gennaro Gattuso are the world-famous coaches; the French also have Didier Deschamps, Zinedine Zidane; Spain has Pep Guardiola, Luis Enrique; The Netherlands has Ronald Koeman and Frank Rijkaard; Germany has Jurgen Klinsmann, Thomas Doll, etc.

Meanwhile, during the past 10 years the English have trained only one coach with a little name is Gareth Southgate – who is leading the recruitment of three monks.

But Southgate’s talent still needs more time to evaluate, because before taking over England, he had never achieved any significant achievements.

The inability of English coaches

The inability of English coaches is reflected in the Premier League itself. Out of the current 20 Premier League clubs, only 5 are using native coaches including Bournemouth, Burnley, Cardiff, Crystal Palace and Fulham.

It can not be said that because the Premier League is more quality than other tournaments, it is more demanding, because English football does not “export” any talented coach abroad. Without the ability to coach, most English players choose to be a commentator, like Michael Owen, Rio Ferdinand or Jamie Carragher.

Paul Scholes and Gary Neville himself before trying to work as coach also often collaborate with television stations. During the competition, Scholes was known as a humble, economical but after retirement, he was especially … talkative, often criticizing the coaches of M.U.

And it seems the British media technology itself partially harms the coaching career of the former players.

Japanese athletes’ diet

At the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics 2018, Japan won 13 medals, nearly double the achievement of 8 medals at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The country also achieved 25 medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, 38 medals in London in 2012 and 41 medals in Rio de Janeiro 2016.
In addition to the athletic efforts of the athletes, the diet and special menu contributed significantly to this achievement. Japan has invested in this issue quite thoroughly, notably Ajinomoto Group cooperating with sports organizations to implement the Victory project, supporting the Japanese national team as well as individual athletes. about nutrition.
According to the project, athletes often encounter two major problems with the diet: inadequate diet and nutrient balance. During competition abroad, when they have to eat unfamiliar dishes, plus stressful schedules, they are easily distracted by eating habits, leading to the risk of affecting performance. Some athletes also suffer from anorexia due to psychological disturbance during competition.
In addition, Ajinomoto’s Victory project also emphasizes the important role of amino acids in athlete health. Intensive training sessions and exercises always deplete amino acids in muscle tissue, leading to muscle fatigue and muscle tissue damage. Therefore, athletes need to consume some essential amino acids through the diet.

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To confirm this, Ajinomoto Corporation and the University of Tokyo collaborated to study the relationship between amino acids and athletic performance. They gathered 2 groups of athletes, for intense physical training sessions at the university. In particular, one group was provided with amino acids, the other group did not. Observed, the recovery time between the two groups is significantly different. After 2 days of training, the amino acid group completely recovered their muscular strength, while the other group showed signs of decreasing muscle strength in the same amount of time.
From that conclusion, during the competition phase, the Victory Project provided each athlete with a “nutrition plan,” with a pocket guide indicating what they should eat and how much to eat first, during, and after the competition. Athletes can check the composition of each meal, thereby better understanding the nutritional efficiency as well as the time to digest amino acids.

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After being deployed since 2003, the results are quite convincing, 7 out of 10 karate athletes provided with optimal nutrition and amino acids won medals at the international karate arena in 2018.

Basic things about training in basketball technique

Basketball is a difficult technique that requires a lot of requirements but it is also the goal of basketball players from the movement level, semi-professional to professional. So what are the factors needed to successfully perform a dunk?

Dunk technique in basketball means that the player jumps up and presses the ball into the basket with his hand. Another popular concept that is also related to basketball is Slam Dunk. This is the action when the player jumps up high, then slams the basket with the hand (Slam), with both hands or only one hand. It can be said that this is an indispensable technique when playing professional basketball.

With a height up to a basketball hoop more than 3m, of course the fitness issue plays a very important role. The height of most Vietnamese basketball players is in the range of 1m75 to 1m85, so putting up the basketball is quite difficult.

To overcome the limitations of bodybuilding, athletes who want to baskets successfully need to focus on the resilience and technique.

Resilience

If you do not have a good height, you need to have good rebound. Therefore, athletes are always looking for ways to improve their resilience through exercises to make the goal easier.

A good rebound is to turn really high, very fast. If you want to do that, then of course you have to be really ideal. An overweight or underweight person is unlikely to have the power to turn up well enough to perform a basketball shot. Because facing the basket means bringing the ball from above into the basket, which means you have to turn high enough to reach the ball high on the rim of the basket.

Skill

Many new players believe that, just turning high enough will have a delicious basketball face down. This is completely wrong. Unless you have a height so high that you just need to lift your heels up and reach to stuff the ball directly into the basket, of course, the number of people who do this is rare.

So what techniques are needed to make a successful dunk?

Turn on high but need to know how to turn quickly. During the competition, the opponent does not always give you enough space and time to run comfortably. Also when you turn on the air, you must know how to keep your body stable and achieve the highest point in the vertical.

How are Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho trained to reach the top of football?

There is a saying of one of the world’s most respected young Belgian soccer coach, Bob Browaeys, that can take us to the heart of the matter: “Young football is not a sport. teammate. It is a personal sport. ”

It is a belief that has now reshaped the minds of clubs in the Premier League. Interestingly, the elements of this approach are also gradually “absorbed” into the top arena of senior people.

There have been a slew of individual coaches in recent clubs. Southampton created a position called “head of academy player development” last summer, with David Hughes removed from the U18 captain’s chair. of Aston Villa to take on that role.

Meanwhile, Rhys Carr has been assigned to a newly created position as “individual development coach” at Sheffield United, with the scope of work being expanded to individuals. on all teams, big and small.

“Taking on this role means I will not work with an entire team,” Carr told Sky Sports. “I will focus on working with the really best players; find out, teach them what needs extra attention and additional details needed for their development. ”

“I’ve been in this role for a first team before, and it is very obvious that although there will be 20 or more players in a team, only 11 of them will be. was named on the starting line-up on Saturday. If you’re in the group of young players and are trying to find your way into the starting lineup, where should your development come from? ”

“The schedule is full, the matches are coming in a row, so training may be formal, not (or very little) real progress for individuals, because you will Only 2 days left until the next match. You will not be able to do too much when practicing with the team. The mission of this job is to help those individuals get what they need. ”

In some respects, only the title that this job is given is new. Clubs have long been aware that, while there are hundreds of boys in their academy system, only a few will advance to the top. It’s not a secret at all, but it’s a fact that can sometimes be forgotten, pushed aside when youth teams are celebrating winnings or being trained together in large groups. .

 It was a harsh truth that Louis Lancaster realized in Watford in 2013. At that time, Jadon Sancho was a jewel at the club’s academy, and – long before moving to Manchester City just before 15th birthday – obviously he is already very prominent compared to the rest.

Lancaster took on a role that was not yet known as the “personal trainer” to work privately with Sancho and a group of other young players selected from the club’s academy. For him, it was an idea stemming from Watford’s economic situation at the time. He saw this work from an economic perspective.

Some helpful secrets in training of professional sportsmen

The training regime of the top athletes is more rigorous than the jogging movement. However, you can still refer from the foot running distance to improve skills.

1. Desi Linden

Twice the Olympic marathon content, Desi Linden certainly knows how to train to be successful.

Desi said, after a break of breath – usually lasting two weeks, Desi often starts his first week of training with the goal of 70 miles (about 100km), to the second week is 80 miles/week, so gradually increasing. until her ability to run is up to 100 miles per week.

More than just running, Desi Linden also focuses on building up core muscles with exercises like plank. Planks are one of the complementary exercises that Desi Linden often practices.

2. Natasha Hastings

Natasha Hastings once won the Olympic gold medal running 400m. Natasha Hastings will be an ideal model for the runner in the direction of speed. To be able to achieve high results, Natasha Hastings told Sport Illustrated that she only worked hard and practiced the 150m, 200m and 250m sprints.

Natasha maintains jogging in parallel with lifting weights. She usually gets up early, between 6am and 7am daily, then she goes to the gym and practices about 60 minutes to 90 minutes. After exercising, she will rest from 2h to 2h30 minutes. At 13h, she started the second training session.

3. Bernard Lagat

Bernard Lagat is a famous Olympic athlete, he is also in the top athletes running distance of 5000m fastest. He is one of the fastest runners in the world. To achieve this achievement, Lagat often divides his homework into different parts.

He usually runs a distance of 13 miles (equivalent to a 21km half marathon) first, followed by 3 fast miles, in parallel between 13 and 3 miles sprints are 1000m, 700m, 600m, 500m and 300m sprints.

With just these exercises, Bernard Lagat has maintained his workout frequency up to 70 miles or 75 miles run/week in winter, 50 miles/week in summer.

To complement his running ability, Lagat also practices additional exercises for the core (core) and bodyweight exercises.

Top legendary football trainers in the world (Part 2)

4. Carlo Ancelotti

Coach Ancelotti is the rare person to win the championship in three-quarters of Europe’s top leagues within a year. With a style of pompous football, but containing strong offensive maneuverability, his opponents will be quite hard against the students he leads in matches.

Along with that, he helps the teams he leads to win many noble titles like the Champions League and dozens of titles at the other club level. Ancelotti deserves to be a monument in the world of legendary coaches in the modern world.

5. Marcelo Lippi

Last 2019, coach Marcelo Lippi decided to retire after 46 years working with the world football industry. With more than 33 years of coaching, he has experienced many teams, but the most famous and successful are still Juventus, Inter, Napoli and the Italian national team. This is the most typical coach for effective kick style.

He dislikes players who are too pompous, whereas those with speed and stamina are his favorite choices. He is also a master in discovering new elements, many players are caught in the eye of this strategist and famous is not uncommon.

With more than 950 matches in all teams. He has a huge collection of trophies with 5 Serie A titles, 1 Coppa Italia title, 1 Champions League peak. Besides, he also won 3 championships in the Chinese National Championships and once climbed to the top of the world with the Italian national team in 2006. These have made him one of the coaches. Legend in the world football background.

6. Giovanni Trapattoni

Giovanni Trapattoni completed his journey into the temple of legendary coaches with the most successful coaches in the history of the Juventus club. Known for his skillful combination of skill and power, he was never biased towards anyone on the team. Anyone with talent is used effectively by him. It is this that made his extraordinary achievements in the matches. This is our sharing on the legendary coaches of world football.

Above is the list of top legendary football trainers in the world.