Irish Coach with Shelbourne FC Alo Byrne sheds some light on the role of a coach:
Another typical Saturday, early morning coffee sat in front of the sports news with the laptop running updates ahead of my usual log on to plan pre season sessions and presentations for the weeks and months ahead. It’s a routine, a ritual at this...
This week we have Erki Tarro guest posting for the blog.
Erki Tarro is a football enthusiast and a blogger at a sports tech company Sportlyzer – a software platform for sports team administration and training management. For more stories about club development and coaching, visit their blog.
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There are many important attributes needed to play football to a good standard. Technique, tactical understanding, and love for the game are all absolutely vital. However, as you go up the leagues, a larger emphasis is placed upon the physical part of the game. Tactical and technical coaching is...
This week I chat to Sports Psychologist David McHugh. David is graduate from Liverpool John Moore’s University University with an Msc in Sport Psychology having studied psychology for four years in Galway and Nottingham.
TCD: When asked what sport psychology is how do you reply?
DM: I reply with the saying that it is strength and...
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