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Melanie Mallinson, Paul Quibell-Smith and 1 other like this.
 

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tonylibert
Tony Libert said:

in sport, creative thinking can be summed up succinctly as the quickest answer to the problem with the least risk. You have a ball and an empty net in front of you, shoot it. Add a defender and now it may take a move. Add a teammate and interplay with passing... I did appreciate your article and am in agreement but for this one caveat. It loses sight of goals and focuses on missing the net. ( my read ) When we try to be creative we can overconstruct, emphasizing chaos or overly complicated play. Instead when talking to coaches and players we should allow for simple but effective play to be understood as creativity.

09/07/17
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