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"England DNA"  er begrepet som benyttes for å forklare spillestil og utviklingsfilosofien for alle engelske landslagene - alderbestemt og A-landslag. 
Målsettingen med konseptet England DNA er å være en ressurs for å hjelpe klubber og fotballtrenere på alle nivåer til å forstå bedre fremtids-visjonen som ligger til grunn for det arbeidet i arbeidet med lag og spillere. Hensikten er å styrke arbeidet gjennom langsiktighet og en god samhandling mellom alle aldersgrupper. samt unngsvekkelse i arbeidet med å implementere en målrettet utvikling opp mot seniorfotball. 

Hjemmesiden - England DNA gir en veldig god innføring i filosifien samt virkemidlene for å nå målene for Engelsk landslagsfotball. Her noen utdrag fra hjemmesiden:

WINNING ENGLAND

The long-term aim of the England DNA is to help create winning senior teams, in the men’s and the women’s game. To help to achieve this aim, England development teams will be prepared and encouraged to win games, tournaments and competitions at every level. Winning is a crucial part of a players development journey and success at development level breeds confidence for the winning for the future.

However, winning with England’s development teams is not the ultimate aim. The individual development of a young player is always the priority meaning that decisions that aid the development of a future senior England international at the detriment of an isolated result will be taken. This long term aim also relates to the impairment specific development and senior squads.

ENGLAND DNA - EVER EVOLVING

It is important to stress that we consider the England DNA to be ever evolving. Although the core values and principles underpinning the content will not change, we are constantly striving to improve every aspect of the England experience and are dedicated to updating and improving our ideas, methods and ways of working. Aspects of the England DNA will be continually updated and refined to reflect the changing trends in the modern game, the latest research and new ideas and inputs.

In the future, additional versions of the England DNA will be released with bespoke age appropriate content for different levels of the game. Crucially we will strive to evolve each version to meet the needs of coaches and players as the modern game changes. This version of the England DNA is the overarching vision for our international development teams which we hope all those in English football will take pride and direction from.

The England DNA coaching fundamentals outline twelve key principles which underpin the How we Coach element of the coaching philosophy for England teams. The content included provides guidance for the FA’s vision to “Inspire, empower and support coaches to become excellent developers of creative players, teams and the game”. Rationalisation is at the heart of this vision. Our aim is to develop coaches who can rationalise why they choose certain environmental conditions and design practice and game experiences in the way they do. Helping coaches understand more fully the decision-making process they go through to challenge and work with individual players and the team in the ways they do, continues to be a key aim of coach education. The England DNA coaching fundamentals act as the supporting guide for coaches to check their decisions against and forms an important part of the Plan, Do, Review process. This supporting guide provides a map of considerations for coaches from which coach education and development can empower coaches to initiate coaching practice that blends with their own values and beliefs or those of the club they represent. My personal approach is to establish and operate an ecological model of coaching, which considers:

a. The game and players as complex evolving systems

b. An understanding that change in one aspect will create ripple effects elsewhere

c. Addressing these consciously and effectively

d. Positive contributions of adjustment to the environment through external intervention

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