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Soccerbot 360

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Number 9

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So what improvement have we seen in our players since they've been using it?

It's supposed to
* Improve decision making
* Develop weak areas of players game
* Reinforce their strong points.

Can anyone see any areas of progress?
Anyone?
 
Gunvald Larsson

Gunvald Larsson

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So what improvement have we seen in our players since they've been using it?

It's supposed to
* Improve decision making
* Develop weak areas of players game
* Reinforce their strong points.

Can anyone see any areas of progress?
Anyone?
In Josh Sargent yes .... the rest no.
 
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Number 9

Well-Known Member
I can imagine the soccerbot shutting down and rebooting after Max had a go, it probably can't understand why he's facing backwards instead of forwards, 'Does not compute, does not compute'
 
Fenway Frank

Fenway Frank

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How do we really know ? I don’t think it’s there for the experienced first team players so much, more for the younger lads for their development.
 
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Number 9

Well-Known Member
Looks like it is getting put to good use...

That's the first time I've actually seen the soccerbot, basically just a circle of screens, which I assume, create a 3d display of game scenarios for players to react to.
It's not a physical training thing, just mental I guess, trying to improve observation and decision making skills.
From what I understand, we've been using it for 12 - 18 months now, I'm not sure that we've seen any uplift at all, which players can I say are improved during the last 18 months?
Josh, Mcallum, Todd is getting back to where he was at anyway, I can't really see any other steps forward, most are worse.
 
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