Training for the head lasted two hours.
Monday was mentality trainer David Kadel (54) at Hannover 96. In the VIP room of the arena, the “personality coaching” expert gave a lecture for the 96 stars. And the head coach was obviously well received.
Philipp Ochs (24): “I found the presentation very good. Every footballer has had a headache at one point or another. It was about mentality but also about things that have nothing to do with football. “
Sports director Marcus Mann (37): “It was very good and interesting. I think it was well received and everyone can draw positive things for themselves. “
And that’s what Kadel’s head training is all about. With his “HERZENS – Coaching” program, he wants to “help people reach their potential”, “question their attitudes” and “remind them of their strengths”.
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It is obvious that the Reds (also) have a head problem. Many players (Ernst, Hinterseer, Hult, Weydandt) are not in top form, others (Franke, Trybull, Hansen) are even miles away. Result: Six league games without a win, crashed to 15th place.
To solve the blockages, head coach Kadel should help.
Man: “He made the players think about seeing things differently or appreciating them. Sometimes it is enough to drive to the game with a better feeling. “
It wasn’t just about football, it was also about other top stars and what they are investing in order to get the last one or two percent out – and to keep getting better. “It’s about additional input for the players,” says coach Jan Zimmermann. “We’re trying to improve in many areas.”
Kadel’s two-hour performance is said to have been “unique”. However, it cannot be ruled out that the Reds will incorporate “head training” again in the future.