Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin will use week in Spain to work on tactical blueprint for the brand new season
The Dons are at a coaching camp in Costa Blanca and are primarily based on the extremely revered 5 star La Finca resort.
It’s a complicated that has been utilized by Barcelona, Newcastle United, Olympique Lyonnais and Steve Clarke’s Scotland squad lately.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin confirmed he’ll use the time in Spain to work on his tactical blueprint for the brand new season.
The mercury is about to hit 30 levels however Goodwin insists that is no vacation within the solar for his new-look squad.
Goodwin goals to work them laborious within the warmth with as a lot as each day triple periods.
Nevertheless he may also use the isolation of La Finca, a 20 minute drive from the closest city, to work on ways.
Goodwin and his teaching employees will use the intensive week to drill into the squad the model of soccer he’ll demand within the new season.
He stated: “It’s actually vital to have this week away in Spain.
“We’ll get privateness in Spain as we’re at a very good coaching resort.
“There might be loads of time to work with gamers on various things.
“We’re clearly engaged on their health however we might be paying actual consideration to the tactical facet of the sport as properly.
“The place we are going to attempt to mattress in some concepts of what we hope the staff play like within the new season.”
Aberdeen arrived in Spain for the week lengthy coaching camp on Monday.
New signings Anthony Stewart and Kelle Roos are with the squad at La Finca.