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GreatBeauty Julio Velasco NEVER LOOK BACK Motto of the coach that made Italian volleyball great. Today he coaches future volleyball players, pointing out the Italian vices and weak points He hates being identified as a guru or a maître à penser, but in Italy there was the world of volleyball before and after Julio Velasco. Now he has dual Argentine and Italian citizenship, he has been the coach of five national teams (Italy, Czech Republic, Spain, Iran and Argentina), and he represents a point of reference for considering sport in a way that goes beyond the sphere of sport alone. Today, as the technical director of the Italian Volleyball Federation, he coordinates the three national youth teams (under 21, under 19 and under 17) and he travels around the country in this capacity, without any nostalgia for his past as an athlete. «When I make a decision I don’t look back, and in any case I love coaching.» You evidently have a natural predisposition towards teaching «Maybe because my mother was a teacher. Even though she always warned me not to follow in her footsteps.» Why not? «Because she earned very little and, as a widow, she had to work hard to bring up three boys.» Do you ever think about what your life as a philosophy professor would have been like? «Similar to that of many friends of mine in La Plata. I probably wouldn’t have travelled the world, even if I’d wanted to.» Is this your principle for defeating the culture of the excuse? «It is not a principle, but a practical course of action. Finding an excuse or alibi makes it impossible for you to improve. For example, kids learn to use their mobile phones through trial and error, thanks to feedback. If his cellphone does not work no child thinks that it was badly made. They are perfectly aware that they’ve made a mistake, so they try out another way. That’s why they learn so fast.» How did you view Italy at that time? «Argentina is a country that was founded on immigration, and my grandmother came from Camogli (in Liguria,). I viewed Italians as tough people. On holidays whenever we needed to buy something my mother would tell me go to the “tani” because they were always open.» Is it more difficult to train the brain than the muscles? «I don’t like these kinds of comparison. You win with muscles and with the brain. Of course volleyball is a sport that requires a lot of work with the head, and a set is often won with the minimum difference of two points. In football you can win the game thanks to a few great moves, but this is not the case in volleyball.» When you came to Italy was this opinion confirmed? Partly, although I found that people had an excessively tendency to complain... also in the sector of sports. I tell my children that we lack for nothing and that if we don’t get results it’s our fault alone and no-one else’s.» So what is it that makes the difference? «I’ve been asked this question often, regarding that Italian team which has been defined as the strongest of all time (the team that dominated the world in the 1990s ed.). There wasn’t any special secret apart from the ability to learn, which is different from intelligence and motivation.» Do you think that getting into the kids’ mind is more difficult now compared to thirty years ago? «I don’t think so. People say that today kids are less able to concentrate because they are subject to continuous stimulation, but it’s a natural process, more stress less energy. It’s a biological mechanism. Do they have the eye of the tiger? «I don’t like to make generalizations, but I stand by them because they live in a complicated world which is subject to fast and ferocious changes and we, as adults, are not offering them the right tools to face it. We keep criticizing, saying that when we were young we were better than them. I think we say this just because we feel nostalgic for our youth». You coached both the Italian men and women’s national volleyball team, what are the differences in your approach? «Girls care a lot for the relationship with themselves, they’re demanding, and hate to make mistakes. It’s a personal challenge. Boys want to be stronger than their opponents. Obviously it’s not always like that, but I can say that these are quite general ● characteristics.» TRIONFO MONDIALE Julio Velasco è festeggiato al rientro in Italia dopo il vittorioso campionato mondiale di pallavolo maschile del 1990. Julio Velasco gets a hero’s welcome back to Italy following the victory of the 1990 Volleyball Men’s World Championship. E allora cosa fa la differenza? «Me lo chiedono spesso, a proposito di quell’Italia che è stata definita la squadra più forte della storia (quella che dominò il mondo negli anni Novanta ndr). Non c’è stato un segreto se non la capacità di apprendimento, che è cosa diversa dall’intelligenza e dalla motivazione». Entrare nelle menti dei ragazzi oggi è più difficile rispetto a trent’anni fa? «Secondo me, no. Si dice che oggi i ragazzi hanno meno capacità di concentrazione perché ricevono continui 70 _ ULISSE _ febbraio 2020 stimoli. Ma è un processo naturale, se cresce lo stress diminuisce l’intensità. È un meccanismo biologico». Hanno anche loro gli occhi della tigre? «Non mi piace generalizzare, sono però dalla loro parte perché vivono in un mondo complicato con cambiamenti rapidi e feroci e da noi adulti non ricevono gli strumenti per affrontarlo, ma critiche su come eravamo migliori noi, un tempo. Ma lo diciamo perché abbiamo nostalgia della nostra gioventù». Lei ha allenato sia l’Italia maschile sia l’Italia femminile, quali differenze come approccio? «Le ragazze tengono molto al rapporto con se stesse, sono esigenti, detestano sbagliare. È una sfida interna. I ragazzi desiderano essere più forti dell’avversario. Poi, chiaramente, non è così nel cento per cento dei casi, ma si può dire che siano caratteristiche abbastanza generali». ● CON I SUOI RAGAZZI Velasco parla alla squadra durante un time out. Velasco speaking to his team during a time-out. GETTY IMAGES Più difficile allenare il cervello dei muscoli? «Non amo queste contrapposizioni. Si vince con i muscoli e con il cervello. Certo il volley è uno sport che richiede molta testa, spesso i set si decidono con lo scarto minimo di due punti. Nel calcio si può vincere per una grande giocata, qui no». ULISSE _ febbraio 2020 _ 71

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