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Field Player Criteria

TES provides the coach with 4 levels of field player evaluation criteria. Just select the appropriate level in your ‘New Game’ evaluation screen when creating a new Game Card.

You can either use a more simple level for a somewhat lesser Eval, or a deeper level for some finer detail. You decide. Either way, you help players and parents with the data.

And, the Player is always challenged by their individual mean based TES Rating.

  • ‘Junior‘ 8 point version for the younger players

  • ‘Lite’ 12 point version for a less detailed evaluation

  • ‘Standard’ 15 point version for more specific data

  • ‘Premier’ 17 point version for most specific data

 
 

JUNIOR

First Touch

How was your control of the ball?
Quality and comfort on the ball, ground/air ball control and mastery

Pass & Strike

How was your passing/striking?
Direction, range, weight, accuracy, speed, distribution and completion

Dribble

How was your dribbling?
Control of ball at feet moving with purpose and direction

Mobility

How was your mobility?
Control of body, coordination footwork, dexterity, balance, agility

Work Rate

How was your energy?
Physicality, box to box, high energy physical output, doing what is needed

Tackling

How was your tackling?
Timing the moment, preparation, technique, execution, cleanliness, disruption


Psychology

How did you enjoy the game?
Mindset, confidence, ready to play, focus, attitude, respect, passion, joy


Impact

How well did you play?
Overall contribution/ performance and impact on the game


LITE
(in addition to Junior)

Tactical—Individual

How was your individual positional play?
Angles, timing, pressure, cover, showing, support play

Tactical—Team

How was your team positional play?
Self awareness within team shape and structure at any given time

Speed

How was your physical speed?Explosive movement and pace, reaction time, reflex, dynamic in all directions

Teamwork

How was your teamwork?
Selfless, efficient & effective collaboration with your teammates, leadership


STANDARD
(in addition to Lite)

Proactive/Game IQ

How was your game vision?
Reading the game, think, prepare, anticipation, readiness, cognition

Connectivity

How was your communication?Verbal and physical communication with team mates, including body language

Endurance

How was your stamina?
Fitness, physical ability to compete from start to finish


PREMIER
(in addition to Standard)

Speed of Play

How was your speed of play?
Decision making, quickness of feet, ball movement, execution of ideas

Strength

How was your physical strength? Toughness, reliability, competitive

 
 
 
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Goalie Criteria

TES provides the coach with 3 levels of goalie evaluation criteria.

  • ‘Junior‘ 7 point version for the younger players

  • ‘Lite’ 11 point version for a less detailed evaluation.

  • ‘Standard’ 14 point version to drill down for more specific data.

 
 
 

JUNIOR

Handling/Catching

How good were your hands? Quality/comfort/control with first point of ball contact

Positioning

How was your positioning?
Angles, positional awareness of self within team structure at any given time

Distribution—Hands

How well did you pass from your hands?
Quality, timing, weight, pace of passing from the hands to/for teammates

Distribution—Goal Kick

How were your goal kicks/passing?
Quality timing, weight, pace of pass from a goal kick to/for teammates

Diving

How were your diving saves
Physical preparation, position, timing, technique, execution of diving saves

Psychology

How much did you enjoy the game?
Mindset, confidence, ready to play, focus, attitude, respect, passion, joy

Impact

How well did you play?
Overall contribution/ performance and impact on the game


LITE
(in addition to Junior)

Anticipation

How was your passing/striking?
How was your awareness? Read the game, preparation, vision, readiness, cognition

Communication

How was your communication?
Organizing, verbal and physical communication, including body language

Shot Stopping

How well did you stop shots
Identify potential, deny shooting angles, blocking shots with all parts of body

Athleticism

How was your athleticism
Footwork, control of body, dexterity, agility, balance, reflex, coordination


STANDARD
(in addition to Lite)

Distribution—Punt

How were your punts?
Quality of passing/distance from the punt to/for teammates

Strength

How was your physical strength?
Ability to stay competitive in the game from start to finish

Speed

How was your physical speed
Explosive movement and pace, reaction time, reflex, dynamic in all directions

 
 
 
 
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Ratings

TES system uses a half point rating from 1 to 10. The rating definitions here are to provide guidance and are for educational purposes. When summarizing a performance using numbers, it is important to note that there are several other TES ratings (opponent rating, self rating, team average), all of which help to create a more complete assessment.

10 —Perfection
9 —Exceptional
8 —Excellent
7 —Very Good
6 —Good
5 —Competent
4 —Mediocre
3 —Inadequate
2 —Poor
1 —Incapable