How do you feel after a defeat? I feel pain. I don't feel well for a day or a day and a half. It's like mourning. Defeat must leave traces, at home, in my players, in the club I work for. I draw energy and strength to find remedies and improve the situation, while victory can create some relaxation.
From an early age you coached your brother's team at school. What was your pleasure then? I love teaching. If I had not been a player or a coach, I would have been a physical education teacher, I also obtained my diplomas at the University of Foggia, it was my plan B. Well, I too took them to make my parents happy , who have always put the studio before football.
Are you a scholar? I have read many books on psychology, group management or motivation. Recently, I read the secrets of James Kerr of the All Blacks. Technical-tactical knowledge is not enough, you have to be a 360-degree coach. A coach has to deal with 50 people, each of whom has a different brain and needs to be treated in the right way. I'm the boss and I have to take care of them. Several publishers have asked me to write a book on management, I would like but I don't have time, I have too much work. I'll do it later, calmly. On what topic did you write your thesis to get the coaching diplomas at Coverciano School in 2006? On the importance of video analysis, which was then in its infancy. This is crucial: a fifteen minute session saves two or three days of field work. Above all, it forces the player to recognize his mistakes when he tends to say that he did not commit them. I film every workout and see it again, with my staff. When I started, there was less information, they were less detailed.
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