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Football is one of the most popular sport games in the world. The football strategy is about creating the correct winning environment, overcoming significant challenges, handling expectations and pressure. At first sight, this environment seems very similar to the project management environment, but is it really? The IPMA Eye of Competence, Behavioral competence, is used as a framework for this thesis. The main focus is on leadership and team behavior. The thesis is built up in two ways: qualitative study and quantitative study. Two semi-in-depth interviews were conducted with the Icelandic national football team managers. The conclusion from the interviews is that team leadership and team behavior are the main building blocks of team success. The conclusion from a questionnaire sent out to the Icelandic national football team players is that the key success factors in the training process are: structured working environment, discipline, mutual trust, mutual respect and repetition.
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