The Football Development Department carried out the first of three Wyscout workshops yesterday at the Four Seasons Hotel to familiarise the 14 Qatar Stars League clubs with the new software. The clubs learned how to use the state-of-the art database, that currently covers over 50 countries worldwide with over 200,000 players.
The workshop’s main objective was to present and explain all of the technical aspects of the player scouting software platform provided by Wyscout. The workshop was presented by two Wyscout representatives –Carlo Reggiani and Alessandro Cogozzo.
The workshop primarily focused on: How to use Wyscout for scouting, how to use Wyscout in order to improve networking between clubs and how to use Wyscout to study upcoming opponents.
Chief of Competition and Football Development Ahmed Al Harami and Miguel Heitor - Football Development Supervisor were integral to the new agreement which was signed with Wyscout and were both present at the workshop.
All 14 QSL clubs attended the workshop, specifically the football directors, team managers, sport officers, head coaches, assistant coaches and performance analysts.
Among the big name coaches in attendance was Al Arabi’s Dan Petrescu, QSL champions Lekhwiya’s coach Michael Laudrup and Al Sadd’ s Hussein Ammouta.
The programme is part of a holistic approach by the League that also includes Prozone and the new GPS Tracking System, that enables all 14 clubs to have the latest and best methods available to improve and develop their respective teams and the league.
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