New Media

A strange feeling for me, I have recently found some significant success in some twitch streaming. Progressing various different aspects of it has become an interesting scenario, so as a result I thought I would post it on here as an additional link towards what goes on. I havent been around for a while mainly… Continue reading New Media

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Q&A With Gary

After a long absence I welcome Morton Women’s head coach Gary Forbes, so we dive straight in! Welcome Gary, obviously we know each other from our time at City and I always find it fascinating to learn of all coaches background and how it came about that they developed into a coach, so what would… Continue reading Q&A With Gary

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Another Q&A

After a little break we are back asking more questions, today we have another coach from somwehere in the UK happy to give his own thoughts and expressions in the world of football. Lets get started! So our keen and enthusiastic audience would love to know a little bit about you? I’m Danny, 30 years… Continue reading Another Q&A

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Mental Health Support

I am so excited to say that the Scottish Association for Mental Health have granted me permission to express my encouragement for their cause through my blog, a small “signpost” will be added to the header as a simple note of support. The charity is the biggest and most effective force that helps people who… Continue reading Mental Health Support

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Q&A with Alfie Tate

So tell us a little more about Alfie Tate? My current roles include being at Peterborough United as an Academy Coach within their Foundation Phase while also working with two local grassroots clubs at both U13 and U18. I’m also doing school clubs within Cambridgeshire a few days a week. They all have their different… Continue reading Q&A with Alfie Tate

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A shopping list

Alot of people who read this column, and I hope there is a few, make an important and valued contribution to clubs, players development and progress. It is also important to keep in mind that there is always the question of money and keeping clubs and age groups operational consistently. I have made an offer… Continue reading A shopping list

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Thoughts

At this moment in time, I felt it was important to write about sexism in football. Firstly, as women’s football has been a subject of interest personally for many years. I have been a coach in that part of the football universe on and off for a few years now and the experience provides a… Continue reading Thoughts

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Work

I work as a volunteer journalist, producing some nice content for a variety of places. At the moment I am working as football co editor of kettlemag and freelance multimedia member at youth football scotland. I am always looking for new opportunities to expand on what I do.  Please see below for an indepth look… Continue reading Work

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Waving to football

Another routine that worked out quite nicely for me, highly flexible also. Split your group into 2 teams one with bibs, start with having one team attack vs defence. In order to keep the intensity of the routine up ensure the pool of footballs is accessed immediately once the active ball leaves the pitch. When… Continue reading Waving to football

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Conditioning

I picked this up from the world of Futsal. Ball goes out of play the team in possession has to bring the ball back into play within 4 second or they have to hand over possession. Encourages quick thinking and impact oppositions ability to regroup and organise.

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