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Thursday, 26 March 2015

Motivation

A follow up piece to the character assassination of former England manager Fabio Capello. In the comments section he receives a lot of support from England fans who lay the blame at the poor attitude and motivation of England’s senior players. How do you motivate a player who earns £300,000 a week?

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/worldcup2014/article-2664589/Fabio-Capello-lacked-warmth-rigid-I-fear-Russia-struggle-against-Belgium-changed-approach.html

 

The article by Rio Ferdinand slates Capello, yet as mentioned, the fans in the comments defend Capello’s stunning CV and criticise the International records of players like Rooney, Terry and Ferdinand himself.

 

What would motivational theories such as Taylor, Maslow, McGregor, Herzberg, or Mayo make of all this? How do you motivate such wealthy players who possibly do not want to risk injury which would affect their club careers? If you give in to all their demands you will be viewed as weak, yet if you are too strict and inflexible you may have a player mutiny on your hands, something the Netherlands have experienced in several International Championships.

 

Perhaps it is all in selection? Choose team players and not players who are in it for themselves?

 

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