Football’s ‘trickle-down’ effect – what we see and hear is repeated and emulated. We need greater quality in our discussions and less ready-made soundbites, less clickbait.
We take a look at structuring a session with specific focus on positioning, to improve consistency of engagement, when dealing with crosses from open play.
Anticipation movements can lead to poor actions and costly mistakes. Maintaining discipline in our set position helps address this fairly common problem.
In response to the news of Lampard’s sacking, Steve takes a moment to reflect on the value of time and patience, when embarking on a project.
Grassroots football is essential to the long-term health of the sport for players at every level – the pandemic poses serious threats to its future stability.
Head coach Steve talks about some of his frustrations and shares advice to help you prepare, not just physically but mentally, for the return to football.
Why we’re not pushing out content, just to fill a gap. We believe that it’s more important to stay true to our purpose – developing holistic, intelligent athletes.
All weekly sessions are suspended until further notice. Alternatives are being put in place, to ensure all our ‘keepers can stay in touch with the beautiful game.
Coronavirus update, 18-03-20: The FA have recently advised that all grassroots football is suspended – what happens next for our ‘keepers?
Our response to the Coronavirus pandemic, dated 15-03-20. We are currently planning to keep all sessions open, for those that wish to attend.
Football is coming together over two weekends in February to kick off the biggest ever conversation around mental health through football, in support of the Heads Up campaign.
Does size matter? More important than anything is the ability to consistently adjust and deal with the ever-changing demands of the game.
… In addition to our weekly group sessions, we also offer tailored 1-to-1 and small group sessions, along with the new Match Pack.
For a game that so many of us love with such incredible passion, why do we apply so much pressure to those that are involved in it at any level?
We want the best for our children, but that’s different to wanting our children to be the best, or being the best at what you want them to be the best at.
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