Studieavond 1 juni 2016

Op woensdagavond 1 juni 2016 zal de jaarlijkse studie-bijeenkomst worden georganiseerd.

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Voor trainer-coaches, keepertrainers en keepers-coaches en specialisten vanaf 16 jaar

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Staff team Manchester United 2014/15


The team of Manchester United: Performance analyst Max Reckers, goalkeeping coach Frans Hoek, assistant coach Albert Stuivenberg, manager Louis van Gaal, assistant manager Ryan Giggs and opposition scout Marcel Bout.

Striving for perfection


The goalkeeper coach worked with Louis van Gaal at Ajax, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and the Netherlands and enjoys a fabulous relationship with the manager.In an exclusive interview with MUTV, the 57-year-old touched upon his philosophy and methods that have proved so successful over the years.
"It's like we both are searching for perfection" he explained. "For goalkeeper coaches, this is more normal than regular coaches as we know, as a goalkeeper, when you make a mistake, it could be very painful. So we try to work to perfection - to make as few mistakes as possible. What I find with Louis is we're both physical educators and have Masters degrees in Physical Education so we hit each other there as well.

We are not like former players who did not have a University education as well, so we meet each other there and, as well as looking forward to the feeling of being a player, we also have scientific backgrounds that we really use in teaching and developing and stuff like that.
We complement each other in the things we do and that means working with Louis is always working at the highest level, always going for the highest prizes, and for the best clubs in the world. It feels comfortable. It feels good.

"We still develop every day" he insisted. "There is no routine. [There's] no 'we did it like that so we do it again'. Every day is a challenge and completely different. I haven't seen two days the same as long as I've worked with him".

You cannot be in a routine - you have to develop. You look at what happens to the club and look to the players and their way of playing and how to influence that. I can only say what works is he asks me all the time and I say 'yes'. We have a very good co-operation and understanding together.
One of the things I like as well in that co-operation is we always strive for a better way of doing it. The society is changing every day and we have to change with it. The players change too. The players you see now are not like the players of 10 years ago. So we have to look at it.

Source: www.manchesterunited/news&features (Nick Coppack)

Manchester United winner of the International Champions Cup USA


Manchester United ended the short stay in Miami with victory over Liverpool and a trophy.
The Reds claimed the International Champions Cup after coming from behind to beat Brendan Rodgers' side 3-1 at the Sun Life Stadium, with goals from Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard. The match rounded off a highly successful tour for the team, who claimed victory in all five tour matches.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal was pleased to win the International Champions Cup but immediately set his sights on the first game of the Barclays Premier League season.

The Reds ended the tour on a high by beating Liverpool 3-1 in Miami, thanks to second-half goals from Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and substitute Jesse Lingard. It's a first trophy of van Gaal's reign but the Dutchman played down its significance, instead stating that his focus is on the visit of Swansea to Old Trafford on 16 August.It's nice for the fans in the USA and also at home that we beat Liverpool," he said at his post-match press conference.I think we gave a lot of pleasure to the fans and that's very important. Of course, it's better to win than to lose in pre-season but the most important game is against Swansea City. That's the one we have to win.
After a quiet first half at the Sun Life Stadium, Rooney sparked United's comeback with a neat left-volley, his fifth goal of the tour, and was later named player of the tournament.
He's always a winner," van Gaal said. "I think he deserved to win the award because he made a lot of assists and scored goals. But we also defended well - there are a lot of defenders who could also have been the most valuable player of this tournament. For Rooney, the goal was very important. It was a wonderful goal. You see the attack and what he did to push the ball under the legs of the goalkeeper and also in the corner. It was also a great cross from Chicharito."

Rooney was captain for the night but van Gaal, who has also given the armband to Tom Cleverley and Darren Fletcher on the tour, said he had intended to share it around. "I'm always looking for opportunities to give players the captain's armband," he said. "Today, Rooney played 90 minutes for the first time. Fletcher has already done it twice and therefore he [Rooney] was the captain. Cleverley also played 90 minutes."

Antonio Valencia came off early in the first half and van Gaal revealed it was the result of United's demanding training schedule in the States. "Valencia had a feeling in his leg," the boss said. "I had told him before the game that you have to listen to your body. The accumulation of tiredness in this tournament is high.

"All the players want to play but you have to be clever and he was clever to step out. When you're feeling something in your leg, you have to pay attention to it."


Pre-season tour in USA


After just one week of the World Cup 2014, we started the pre-season tour with Manchester United in LA USA.

The team will play against LA Galaxy on Wednesday before heading to Denver, Washington DC and Detroit during their pre-season tour.
We will spend the next three or four weeks assessing the players we have at our disposal before deciding on potential new signings and departures.