Barlow recently worked with the Victorian Country U18’s boys’ side and noted the program has access to elite software that is used at the top level to critique and analyse players.
“Rightly or wrongly, there is access to their vision at that level. We’ve got to be very delicate and careful in terms of how much (access to vision),” Barlow told SEN Afternoons.
Barlow, however, said the Vic Country program allowed the players to play their own game and develop their own style.
“I think there is a good balance there, they get a bit of exposure but there is still that instinct aspect,” said Barlow.