Posts Tagged "coaching"
Geraint Davies is an Academy Lead Rugby Coach, here are his views on Children’s sport. 5 Brilliant and very simple ideas to implement!
I’ve spent the last 2 years watching my own children play Football, Rugby, Cricket & Tennis. Standing back watching them as a father is a very different experience to coaching,...
Swansea City AFC are holding two coaching conference in Ireland, Dublin and Belfast.
As part of there commitment at Swansea City AFC to support local coaches, they are pleased to announce details of a first ever Coaching Conference in Dublin, Ireland Sunday 4th November 2018.
The conference provides attendees an insight into our...
The annual event, hosted at Stormont Estate in Belfast on Sunday December 3, aims to support local football coaches across Ireland.
A team of Swansea City coaches, led by Swansea City’s Head of Academy – Roy Thomas and Ireland Coordinator – Aaron McNeill, will deliver presentations and practical sessions on our foundation and...
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...
Catalan Elite Football began this summer in Ireland. Based out of Parnells GAA in Coolock and running every Friday from 7pm to 9pm and catering for kids aged 6 to 14 years.
Catalan Professional coach Marc Miquel writes about his experiences so far in Ireland, in his own words:
After four months coaching in Dublin I’ve...
Get a free copy of the book ‘Changing The Game’
Many of you know that I work closely with John O’Sullivan and the Changing the Game Project. John’s is an internationally known writer and speaker, as well as a former professional soccer player and longtime coach. We share a lot of each others content as we...
This week I’ve gone Nordic, I’m speaking to Swedish Coach Dennis Hortin from AIK Alvsjo. Dennis has some very forward thinking and progressive views on player development. This possibly the longest and most informative interview I have done. I thoroughly enjoyed chatting to him.
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DH: This is by...