NOTTINGHAM FOREST CHRIS HUGHTON Wide attacking runs and crosses PDF
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NOTTINGHAM FOREST CHRIS HUGHTON Wide attacking runs and crosses PDF

 MANAGER PROFILE CHRIS HUGHTON NOTTINGHAM FOREST

It was with Tottenham Hotspur that Chris Hughton first took to coaching. Between 1993 and 2007, Hughton served as a coach and then assistant manager. He enjoyed two spells as caretaker manager at White Hart Lane, and he also assisted Brian Kerr with the Republic of Ireland national team. He joined Newcastle United as first team coach in 2008 and following their relegation he became caretaker manager. He led Newcastle back to the Premier League as champions, securing the manager’s job on a permanent basis along the way. Joining Birmingham City as manager in 2011, Hughton guided the Blues to a fourth place finish in the Championship and led them through their first European campaign for 50 years. After narrowly missing out on a place at Wembley for the play-off final, he was appointed manager of Premier League Norwich City. Joining Brighton & Hove Albion midway through the 2014–15 season, he secured the club’s place in the Championship and then took the team to a third place finish, narrowly missing out on automatic promotion to the Premier League on goal difference. He successfully achieved the feat a year later, leading Brighton to promotion as runners up and to the club’s first season in the top flight of English football since 1983. He has been voted Championship Manager of the Year twice: in 2010 while at Newcastle and in 2016 for his work at Brighton. He is currently the manager of Nottingham Forest.

SESSION WIDE ATTACKING RUNS AND CROSSES

This training session encourages players to make attacking runs in wide areas of the pitch leading to crosses into the penalty area. The session is particularly about the accuracy of crossing and in all parts of the session the crosser is given more than one target to aim for. In the modern game, with so many teams now looking to get overloads in the central midfield areas, it has become ever more important to be competitive and efficient in the wide areas of the pitch. Although this session leads into crossing and finishing, it is also about the timing of the runs. I would tend to run this session regularly, particularly as many of my teams have often played with wingers. It’s also relevant to the modern game because of what we expect of today’s attacking full backs. I would also run this session before we played against opponents where we felt we could benefit from getting overloads or space in the wide area. “I would run this session regularly, particularly as my teams have often played with wingers. It’s also relevant to the modern game because of what we expect of today’s attacking full backs.”.


NOTTINGHAM FOREST CHRIS HUGHTON Wide attacking runs and crosses




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