Confidence

Confidence Do not judge success by what you have achieved, but what you should have achieved with the ability you have. A player has good natural ability. He should be trained to use it. He should strive for perfection (or as near to it as possible). Confidence is born from that knowledge and faith in…

Confidence

Do not judge success by what you have achieved, but what you should

have achieved with the ability you have.

A player has good natural ability. He should be trained to use it. He should

strive for perfection (or as near to it as possible).

Confidence is born from that knowledge and faith in himself.

Confidence is born from the player when he has faith in his coach

and his team mates. When striving for the mastery of any one thing, you

have to carry on after many failures, but when it is finally achieved you

should never lose your confidence in carrying it over again and again.

Too often a player loses his confidence when an opponent gets on top of

him early in the game. He becomes frustrated and loses his initiative and

desires to fight back with everything he has.

 Confidence is gained by understanding team mates and their style of play

and in the knowledge that he knows, what team mates are going to do.

 Confidence is gained by intelligent communication to each other.

Confidence is gained by studying and gaining knowledge of opponents

 strengths and weaknesses and applying that knowledge to exploit them to

your teams advantage. Concentration assists confidence and when playing

in a match (football) his sole thoughts should be how to apply himself.

 

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