Owls forward Andre Green recently commented on how surprised he was to see the balls come out so early in their return to work last week, and Moore says it’s about making sure they get their touch back as soon as possible.
Wednesday is currently in Wales and in their second week of pre-season, and while there has been a lot of fitness work out, the club have also shared footage of some of the work they have done in what concerns the finish, etc.
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Speaking to the club’s official website, Moore looked at their efforts so far, saying, “I’m really happy to see them again, the state they’ve come back to is great and what we need to do now. is that we have a pre-season plan in place and we are looking carefully at that plan and everything is measured in terms of what we want players to do and how much training we want players to do. .
“The last few days have been excellent. We want them to work with the ball, get used to the ball. A player can be a professional for years and years, you can have six or seven weeks off and not touch a ball and it’s just a matter of recovering that touch, the pace, positioning your feet and your body to receive and with all of these things you re – train the body.
“You turn it back on, so to get the balls out early, it’s good for them to get a feel for the ball. But one thing you can’t get away from is running, you need it and everyone will say if you don’t run it’s not a preseason.
“Physically, it will be demanding for them and they know it. You need those fitness levels.
Wednesday’s first pre-season friendly is Wednesday afternoon against Celtic, but will be the first of several outings ahead of their opener at Charlton Athletic on August 7.
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This notice was published: 2021-07-05 11:01:26