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1 By HOLGER OSIECK Head of FIFA Technical Department

2 2006 FIFA WORLD CUP GERMANY THE TECHNICAL REPORT By Holger Osieck Head of FIFA Technical Department

3 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

4 The FIFA Technical Study Group Holger Osieck, Andy Roxburgh, Jozef Venglos, György Mezey, Francisco Maturana, Teofilo Cubillas, Jim Selby, Rodrigo Kenton, Alvin Corneal, Kim Chon Lim, Ka-Ming Kwok, Kalusha Bwalya, Roy Hodgson, Roger Milla

5  A Record  The Trends  Innovations  Talking Points  Development Implications WHY ?

6  Practising Coaches  Technical Directors  Coach Educators  Referees  Officials/Media/Public WHO ?

7 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

8 Effectivity and success of team formations:  structure of a team  balance within a team  efficient use of players‘ potential

9  Zonal Back 4  Three-man defence  Screening players  Wide midfielders  Wingers  Creative Midfielders  Twin strikers  Lone striker Key Elements

10 Playing formations used: 19 teams:  : zonal back four two midfield screens or midfield diamond two strikers 7 teams:  : zonal back four one or two midfield screens lone striker 1 team :  4-3-3: zonal back four three-man midfield two wingers,one centre forward 5 teams :  3-5-2: zonal back three five-man-midfield two strikers

11  Brazil   two midfield screens

12  Argentina   midfield diamond

13  Czech Rep.   one midfield screen

14  Côte d‘Ivoire   two midfield screens

15  Netherlands   three-man midfield  two wingers  one centre forward

16  Japan   back three  five-man midfield  two strikers

17 Adaptation and changes in knock-out phase: Defense:  more cautious approach  more compact defensive block to avoid goal against  disadvantage at passive offside position Attack:  combination play  reduced counter-attacking opportunities  flank attacks  solos  long range shooting  set plays

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19 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

20 Italy  excellent tactical adaptability during the tournament and in games  outstanding goalkeeper (Buffon)  compact defensive block (Cannavaro)  attacking full-backs (Zambrotta,Grosso)  constructive build up (Pirlo)  set plays  determination and winning mentality (Gattuso)

21 FRANCE  constant improvement throughout the tournament  well organised and balanced tactical set-up.  efficient defensive block (Thuram,Makelele)  dynamic midfield play (Vieira)  Creativity (Zidane)  Individual quality upfront (Henry)  assured combination play  pace in attack  set plays

22  Germany   excellent goalkeeping  solid defense  overlapping fullback (Lahm)  influential midfielder (Ballack)  link midfield to front (Schneider)  off-the ball moving upfront  instinct for goals (Klose)  collective play  rapid transition defense to attack and vice versa  outstanding fitness)

23  PORTUGAL  compact defence (Ricardo Carvalho/Costinha)  effective full-backs  midfield link to attack (Maniche)  creativity (Deco)  pace and dribbling skills on flanks (Figo/ C.Ronaldo)  good links between team lines  rapid transition defense to attack  soloists  long range shooting

24 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

25 goals scored  Total number of goals:  147 (2006) 161 (2002)  ( ) ( )  group phase 48 games:  117 ( ) 130 (93+ 37)  knock out phase 16 games  30 (17 +13) 31 (23 + 8)

26  Combination play 18  wing play 20 (16R /4L)  Defense splitting 18  Solo Runs 16  Diagonals 7  long range 12  Errors/own goals 10 How the Goals were scored – Open Play

27 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

28  Direct FKs 6  Indirect FKs 13 (7L / 6R)  Corners 12 (7L / 5R)  Penalties 13  Throw-in 2 How the Goals were scored – Set Play

29 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6YOUNG PLAYERS 7DECISIVE DECISIONS

30  Number of wins?  Number of Draws ?  Number of Loses? Significance of the First Goal

31 Result comparison 2006 / 2002  2006: 2002: 41 wins 39 wins 15 draws (7x 0:0) 16 draws (3x 0:0) 8 losses 9 losses (1 x come back from two goal deficit) no turnarounds from 1 turnaround in quarter- quarterfinals onwards finals

32  Numbers?  Decisive?  Substitutes? Late Goals

33 Late Goals 76 th-90 th minute plus extra time goals 35 games / 44 late goals  Teams leading and increasing the result:  20 games / 22 goals  Teams trailing:  7 games / 9 goals (1 win Australia- Japan 3:1 4x draw,2x reducing the score)  Teams tying:  8 games/ 13 goals (2 x draw Tun-Ksa / Swe-Eng,7x wins) (4x 2 goals )

34 Impact of substitutes  Goals by substitutes:  23 from 147 (21/ 161 in 2002)  5x winning goal  turn games around  secure score

35 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

36  Substitutes?  Tactical Changes? Influential Coaching Decisions

37 Coaches decision  Tactical changes through substitutes:  position vs position (new impetus)  More attacking power  Game stabilisation

38  Japan U 17 Influential decisions: 1.Swop 16 and 8 2.Replace 16 by 17 (more attacking power) 3.Replace 15 by 14 (speed and individual play)

39 1FORMATIONS 2FINAL FOUR 3THE GOALS (HOW?) 4SET PLAYS 5LATE/FIRST GOALS 6INFLUENTIAL DECISIONS 7YOUNG PLAYERS

40  Podolski  Ronaldo  Rooney  Messi  Fabregas Young Players

41 Best young player award  players born in 1985 and after  41 players  21 teams

42 playing time PlayerGamesMinutes playedGoals  Podolski  C.Ronaldo  Barnetta  Valencia  Rooney  Fabregas  Milevskiy 4 87  8 players 3 (e.g. Messi, Senderos, Ramos, Gyan Asamoah, etc.)  14 players 0


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