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Management of TIME OUT by Daniel Castellani (PART 2)

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source: supervolley.eu

Daniel Castellani, the experienced Argentine coach, is sharing with volleyball fans how to deal with the team during the time-outs and technical breaks.

Daniel Castellani

Castellani

After Part 1 – “How to organize TIME-OUT“, now Castellani will explain “What is the best moment to call for TIME-OUT”.

Basically, there are three great ways about when you might need to stop the game.

• To defend the advantage. If we take a 3 or 4 point advantage, for example, 18-14, and the opponent makes 1 or 2 points and decreases the lead to 18-16, I ask for the time-out with the aim of not losing the advantage that we have.

• On the other hand, or when we are trailing, I try not to lose a step for the opposite team. If they continue playing well and keep the scoring run I try to call a time-out. The opponent should always be close to +2 after 16 and +4 before 16.

• For the final of the set, you have to keep one time-out for the decisive moments of the game

Personally, I place the most important aspect of being always close to the rival, with a difference of 2-3 points. In men’s volleyball, an advantage of 7-8 points is very difficult to reach.

 

Next, PART 3: Quick analysis at TIME-OUT

 

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