Understanding your own game
Your taskIn the previous steps, you reviewed planning in relation to gathering information on opponents and understanding the conditions in which your players perform.When a player-centred coach is planning for competition, the focus should be on playing to your own strengths rather than exploiting the opponent’s weaknesses.In the comments, explain why you either agree or disagree with this advice.
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