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Separate pre-season and regular season routines a good idea?


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Most managers seem to change at least a few things between the regular season and pre-season. Among the stuff that I have often seen people change is:

  1. Training. Various aspects of it.
  2. Who is in the first team squad. Some seem to call up extra youngsters during pre-season to make sure you always have at least 20 non-injured outfield players in the squad, and at least two players for each position. So that you can sub off the entire team after 45 minutes and/or rotate heavily during the friendlies should you wish to do so.

 

Anyway - which changes do you think are good to make between pre-season and the regular season? And why?

 

Edit: I also wonder what people do with their U23 and U18 squads during the complex initial pre-season period. My impression is that many don't touch the youth squads, but also that many use the same or similiar pre-season routines on all their squads.

Edited by danej
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