Original Title: National Football Training Starts Class, Learns Penalty Rules
According to the plan, the national men's football team will participate in a new training session in Shanghai from October 4th to 9th. Despite the impact of objective factors such as the epidemic, the team cannot conduct a formal warm-up match in this training session. But in the 6-day training camp, the team’s schedule is full. In addition to one outdoor technical and tactical training class a day, the international players will also "compensate" their business knowledge in this training session.
The special referee lecturer Tao Rancheng of the Chinese Football Association and the senior lecturer of the technical department of the association will combine current international football related fields to "answer questions" and instill the most advanced technical and tactical concepts for the international footballers on the issue of the rules of judgment. In addition, considering that the internationals have just gone through a long and closed first-stage competition in the Super League, they are generally exhausted physically and mentally. Therefore, while requiring the whole team to go all out to train hard, the Chinese Football Association also arranged "after-school activities" such as watching the movie "Win the Championship" for the whole team.
According to the training notice issued by the Chinese Football Association, the 28 international players participating in the new national men's football training will arrive at the team's hotel in Shanghai's Putuo District before 12 noon on the 4th.
The notice shows that the new Shanghai National Football Training Camp started on the 4th of this month and ended on the 9th, with a time span of 6 days. According to the plan of head coach Li Tie, the team will participate in one outdoor training class every day for six days. In view of the fact that the international footballers have just gone through the relatively hard competition in the first stage of the Super League, this period of national football training will not arrange high-intensity training such as "two exercises a day and three exercises a day", but attaches great importance to "combination of work and rest" to ensure Training quality, while protecting the players' bodies.
It is understood that, except for the outdoor training on the 4th, which is scheduled in the afternoon, the other five days of outdoor training are all scheduled in the morning. So what arrangements will the team make for the rest of the afternoon?