bringing our coaching community together.
With no football activities or education courses currently taking place, we have introduced the Online Coaching Programme.
Starting on Thursday 26th March we will be bringing you four free weekly online sessions for coaches to participate in to continue their development as coaches. As things stand, we have scheduled the sessions up until at least the beginning of May and we will continue to monitor government advice as to whether we extend this further.
The format of the sessions is as follows:
• Thursdays - Podcast Live! - 7pm-8pm- Mark Rivers and Richard Brant will be speaking with a guest on their Podcast Live session with opportunity for Q&A at the end the session.
• Saturdays - CPD Webinar - 10am-11am- Hosted by one of our tutor workforce, deliver a online CPD session on a specific topic.
• Saturdays - Coaching Q&A Session - 11am-12pm- Mark Rivers and Richard Brant will be on hand to answer any questions related to grassroots coaching
• Tuesdays - Review the Classics - 1pm-2pm- Mark Rivers and Richard Brant will review a classic game of the past and talk through their opinions of the game along with listeners.
In offering Saturday morning sessoins we hope this will provide an alternative to the usual football routine that participants might usually undertake. All sessions will be accessed for free via a live online webinar.
FA Cup winning captain Emmerson Boyce will be joining us live on Tuesday 14th April at 7pm to relive Wigan’s FA Cup victory over Manchester City 2013. Emmerson will talk about his thoughts on the game and relive the moment Ben Watson scored the 90th minute winner and what it felt to lift the famous trophy. To sign up for the session and to submit a question to ask Emmerson about the Final, please click the below link:
We will be recording a special podcast with Chelsea and England legend Dennis Wise shortly. Mark & Rich will be speaking to the former Chelsea captain about his career from winning the FA Cup with Wimbledon in 1988, the 11 successful years at Chelsea and taking Millwall to the FA Cup Final as player-manager in 2004. If you have a question you would like us to ask Dennis, please submit below:
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Please note due to the high volume of questions submitted, we will not able to ask all questions