Friday, 12 May 2017

How Positive Momentum, Motivation and Tenacity won Chelsea the EPL 2016/2017 Season


Theme: 

How Positive Motivation can make You the Special One          
"How Positive Motivation and Momentum Put Chelsea Football Club at the Top of  the English premier League For the 2016/2017 Season a year after they had the worst season ever as defending champions of the league finishing in 10th Position with Leciester City going on to win the league for the 2015/2016 Season"

How Antonio Conte is becoming the New Special One at Chelsea FC

Antonio Conte as described by me is The New Special One at Chelsea Fc and he ushered in the Era of a Management with Intelligence, Composure, Style and a Positive Mindset.

When You Ask, You get answers and when you get answers you have the opportunity to learn and understand. Never stop learning – Basil Ada

With Chelsea Football Club coming out on top with another English Premier League title win on Friday 12th May 2017, it is important for anyone who sees success of others as a motivation and not just as competition to note the fundamental principles that have played a major role in giving Chelsea the much deserved premier league title with Antonio Conte’s first season as manager. I support Arsenal but I love Conte’s Strategies and perseverance towards making winning success a consistent thing.


Morale of the Story:    

For anyone going through tough situations and challenges, remember that they don’t last and as Albert Einstein Said “You cannot keep doing the same thing and expect different results”. For you to move ahead and keep going without losing enthusiasm, momentum and passion to achieve your goals, you must be willing to consistently:
1.      Try new things when old ones fail you
2.      Put in Your best at all times
3.      Be ready for any challenge
4.      Stay positive always
5.      Avoid criticizing others
6.      Adapt to change
7.      Be focused  
8.      Learn and Study continuously.


How Antonio Conte Made History in the English Premier League in less than One Year in Charge

He has kept his attitude throughout the season spot on and has even motivated other coaches such as Arsene Wenger  to adapt to a 3- man defense style at some point in the season. As a manager he has avoided the much experienced mind games which others indulge in. With his unique style and positive outlook on life, you can see a man that is mindful and very calculative with the steps and actions he takes as he embarks on making history with a Chelsea side that barely a year ago had a low level of motivation and team spirit. Remember that if you proceed as one, you lose strength as you move on but if you proceed together with others, you gain strength and momentum as you all move.
Remember also that Chelsea Fc best player of the season is less than 6 ft tall, this points out also that size doesn’t matter, looks and physical build doesn’t either but what matters most is Heart, focus, mindset and zeal to pursue your goal until you have achieved them all.

Games can start and end on the same day when you playing soccer, but it takes a whole season to win a trophy and only with Patience, Perseverance, Consistency, Hard work, belief and determination can you climb to the top - Basil Ada


As seen on Wikipedia:
Conte on his coaching philosophy
-        “The word 'coach' has to encompass everything. You can't only be good at tactics, just as you can't only be good at motivation, just as you can't only be good from a psychological point of view, just as you can't only be good in how you manage the club and the media. You have got to be good at everything. You have got to try and excel at everything. To do this you have got to study and since I became a coach, for me, it has been continuous study.
Conte on His Talent as a Player
“I did not have Zinedine Zidane or Roberto Baggio's talent as a player, and I have played with both, as even when they were circled they could try to break through or create interesting situations with the ball. When I was a player, my efforts and work-rate, my willingness to sacrifice fitness and humility made up for my lack of pure talent but sometimes, if I didn't find a teammate next to me, I might lose the ball.
Conte on his use of tactical systems
As a manager, my first thought from day one was that I wanted to find solutions for my players when the ball reached them, as I could not. If my players don't understand something, I force the player to ask me why we are doing such movement or working on certain tactics in training both offensively or defensively. I always want my players to be fully understanding of the problem. I want them to understand why we are doing certain things and why those things are useful.”
Why Change is the Only Constant Thing in Life:
An Extract from Wikipedia:
In his first season as Chelsea manager, Conte started with a 4–1–4–1 formation, but after two comprehensive defeats to Arsenal and Liverpool early in the season, he changed the system to a fluid 3–4–2–1, with his trademark three-man defence consisting of David Luiz, César Azpilicueta and Gary Cahill, two defensive-minded midfielders in N'Golo Kante and Nemanja Matić, two wing-backs equally capable at also playing as wingers (Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso), and a three-man attack spearheaded by striker Diego Costa and crucially assisted by outside forwards Eden Hazard and Pedro or Willian.
This system depends on the constant positional movement of attacking players, with the two wide forwards moving inside when the full-backs make overlapping forward runs, thus effectively managing space. When losing the ball, players' quick transition  to a defensive style that makes the system easily transform into a compact formation. Chelsea's performances improved dramatically after the tactical change, with 13 consecutive wins in the Premier League;
In addition to their tactical discipline and organization, Chelsea also drew praise for their fitness and work-rate under Conte, which was attributed to the team's highly rigorous preseason training, which Gary Cahill described as one of the "hardest" he's ever experienced.
Remember good things never come from your comfort zone.
Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci also singled out Conte for his role in motivating the players and creating a unified team environment. Pirlo has also remarked approvingly of Conte's man-management and motivational skills. In his autobiography he recalled how Conte's introductory speech to the Juventus squad left a significant impression on him: "He needed only one speech, with many simple words, to conquer both me and Juventus. He had fire running through his veins and he moved like a viper. 'This squad, dear boys, is coming off two consecutive seventh-place finishes. It's crazy. It's shocking. I am not here for this, so it's time to stop being so crap.'...
When Conte speaks, his words assault you. They crash through the doors of your mind. I've lost count of the number of times I've said: 'Hell, Conte said something really spot-on again today - Pirlo
In addition to his comparisons to José Mourinho, some commentators have also remarked on his managerial similarities to Alex Ferguson, using an anecdote from his final season as Juventus manager to illustrate his formidable temper.
 Prior to the team talk ahead of the final game of the 2013–14 season, Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon arrived with the club's chief executive who Buffon claimed wanted to speak to the players over how much they were due in win bonuses having won the title. "The suggestion sent Conte into a fury.
He chased every player out of the room as he tore into Buffon. 'I don’t want to hear another word,' Conte is said to have screamed. 'From you, of all people, I would never have expected such a thing. Bonuses … You’re a disappointment, a defeat from the moment you open your mouth. Just like all the rest of these half-wits. Juventus won the game 3–0 and set a new record for the most points and wins in a single Serie A season
Below is an analysis of his achievement as the coach of Chelsea Fc in less than a year in charge as seen on Wikipedia:
Club:
Start Date:
3 July 2016 - Present
Games: 43
Win: 34
Draw: 3
Loss: 6
Win Rate: 79.1%







Read More on Antonio Conte and Chelsea FC the Champions of the English Premier League for the Season 2016/2017 on Wikipedia. …..


This article which is referenced from Wikipedia

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