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  1. Audit Coaching Programme delivered Board Recruitment of Players Philosophy and Vision Match day reinforcing Philosophy and vision Club 1st Team Feedback

  2. National Sports Centre – Crystal Palace Outdoor 3g Dome Portacabin Village£ 1 Office 1 Players dressing room3 Classrooms 1 Gymnasium 1 Team meeting room 1 Meeting room 1 coaches dressing room 1 Players dressing room Stadium NSC£Regeneration of pitchRefurbishment of dressing room

  3. Beckenham Training Ground – Coper’s Cope Road S Pitch Pitch Pitch Gym Away Teams First team office Home changing rooms£ Refurbishment of dressing room areas for child protection issues Referees Away staff£ New Academy office|£ Academy office

  4. Audit timetable We Must Display The Philosophy And Vision In Everything We Do!

  5. Crystal Palace Academy Vision 2012/2013 Player outcomes 1.To produce a Crystal Palace first team player from the academy every two years.2. To produce more homegrown players through the Crystal Palace system, more than any other London club. 3. To produce young players representing their national teams 16- 21 years. Staff1. To have outstanding youth development staff who follow a performance syllabus covering physical, technical, tactical and mental aspects of the game. Football Philosophy1. To have a technical programme that ensures we are consistently playing attacking football which will also produce adaptable players to play in different styles and systems. 2. To give the players an outstanding learning and development programme that both unites and nurtures young players, to get the best out of them. Values1. To have values embedded that define and ensure the highest standards of behavior and attitude in every action by every staff member, parent and player. Education1.To adopt a full time education training model for 14’s, 15’s,16’s age groups. That will guarantee with the support network that the players will achieve their ultimate academic potential.2. To expose the players to as many life skills as possible and to expose them to as many different workshops as possible at the football club. Facilities 1.To supply the players with every development tool available through out current facilities

  6. Academy Player Vision 'To produce a senior international from the CPFCAcademy'

  7. Technical Board Chief Executive – Phil Alexander Productivity Target setting Target achievement Curtis Fleming -Senior Development Coach U21’s selection Loans Delivery of syllabus Progression to first team environment Dougie Freedman Manager Selects first team Steve Kember- Recruitment Liase regarding first team transfers Lennie Lawrence Technical Director Observes U21 fixtures Attends meetings Loaning of U21’s Gary Issott- Academy Manager Progression pathway Youth international Oversee coaching

  8. Crystal Palace Coaching Philosophy

  9. Tactical Philosophy • All Crystal Palace players • Are expected to be able to defend and attack as an individual • Are expected to be both footed by the time they come in as scholars • All Crystal Palace teams • Are expected to know how to defend as a team, whether pressing from the front or dropping off and holding as a team. • Are encouraged to react quickly in transition, offensive and defensive • Are encouraged to make the pitch big in possession and control the tempo of the game • Are encouraged to play forward, making passes that take opponents out of the game • Are encouraged to play quickly in and around the box demonstrating combination play • Are expected to know how and when to rotate and interchange during the game • Are encouraged to be creative in wide areas (creating 2 v 1’s) whilst getting players in and around the box (3 & 2) • Encourage players to express themselves at the right time and in the attacking third

  10. U8’s- U12’s Philosophy • Technically proficient • Two footed • Sound decision makers in pressurised situations • Talented individuals that play effectively in teams

  11. U13’s- U18’s Philosophy To produce teams that play good attractive football and players that are both tactically aware and can adapt to a variety of situations and formations All teams to play with a back four and play out from the back whenever possible

  12. Crystal Palace Club Culture Promote togetherness, train, eat, downtime, together as one club Promote humility to develop individuals Extended family to reach out to players with troubled backgrounds Pathway to first team “if you’re good enough you will get your chance Mixing younger players with senior players Detailed training. Coaching programmes Discipline to each other, team staff Respect for each other , team, staff

  13. Crystal Palace Academy Performance Targets • 1 established Academy player in the first team every two years • 1 Academy player debut every two years • 19-21yrs x 4 loans to lower league clubs • 3-5 professional players graduate from Academy to professional ranks • 1 youth international at each age group:U21’sU20’sU19’sU18’sU17’sU16’s • 50% of U16’s released to find alternative clubs

  14. London Academy’s Performance Table These statistics are from September 2006-April 2012. Club Debuts Appearances Crystal Palace 20 618 Arsenal 10 186 Charlton Athletic 10 159 West Ham United 6 246 Tottenham 8 67 Brentford 6 26 Millwall 4 59 Chelsea 3 30 QPR 4 24 Fulham 1 18 Source; arsenal.com, Bbrentfordfc.co.uk, cafc.co.uk, chelseafc.com, cpfc.co.uk, fulhamfc.com, millwallfc.co.uk, qpr.co.uk, tottenhamhotspur.com, whufc.com, myfootballfacts.com, soccerbase.com, statsfootball.co.uk, worldfootball.net