Been training u14 team now for past 6 months and finding it hard to see who has improved or gone backwards along with which skills are a players strong / weak point so we can organise drills accordingly.
Does anyone here bother with something like this? I'm thinking for next year that we would have each player perform a given number of handpasses, kicking, catching etc, maybe 20 of each. And get a baseline for where they are at. Then in 4 mths time we do same test and see what improvements or otherwise there are.
The hope being that this will tell us if a drill is working at all or needs to be tweaked.
Might also be an easy way to show mammy/daddy who asks me why their kid is not getting enough game time and why some other child is playing instead.