I don’t do anything to do with team sports (because for the short time I did it frustrated me soooooo much). But since no one has replied to this thread I’ll start off the discussions…
In an ideal work (unless you are the head coach I doubt you will get your way) I would go with:
Ratios of High intensity Low intensity similar to CFs e.g. 60/40. Pre season work on speed/power more than endurance because they can run themselves “fit” in the first few games (and improve thier skill) but can’t gain power once the season has started.
Do skills in the AM, other stuff in the PM. Do the slightly higher intensity skill work on Speed days. If it was too high intensity you can always cut the speed work in the afternoon.
6 day pre season might be:
Mon: AM -Light skills, PM - tempo + med ball
Tue: AM - short match practice PM: Short speed work + Weights + Massage
Wed: AM - Light skills, PM - Tempo + Flush through massage
Thur: AM - set pieces etc PM - Explosive med ball + jumps + Weights + Massage
Fri: Light skills session then Tempo session using match skills (for soccer dribbling with the ball for the length of the pitch + passing in pairs then walk the width of the pitch and repeat vary the skills every couple of runs) PM - propreioceptive work + light massage.
Sat: AM Short speed work + Weights PM - deep massage and early home time…
Sun: Flush through massage
You could also do the same but starting on the high intensity day instead. Not sure which is better.
You get into the debate about agility here. Basically i have to ask you… when doing skill work arn’t they working on agility as well? So do you really need to work on it individually in an artifical environment.