The second part of the class was practical, taking place on the university’s football pitch. The assistant director organised two training sessions aimed at under-14 and under-17 youth players to demonstrate Dinamo Zagreb’s working methodology, adaptable to the full range of playing systems and formations.
The students of the Master’s Degree in Football Management at the Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea received the visit of representatives of Dinamo Zagreb, enjoying the chance to gain a deeper insight into the processes for training players within the Croatian club’s youth system.
During the first section of the class, the assistant director of Dinamo Zagreb’s academy spoke to the students about the structure of the club and style of play implemented at each level of its set-up of youth teams, as well as the methodology that it follows in the development of its players.
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