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Who or what was the biggest influence on your coaching and why?

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  • David_T

    "Johan Cruyff has been my biggest influence. I spent six years with him and I learned an awful lot."

    Pep Guardiola 

    “There is no doubt that a lot of my thinking about coaching has been influenced by the rugby league game.”

    Sir Ian McGeechan

    “Max Hild stimulated my interest in the coaching side of football. He made me think about the game.”

    Arsene Wenger

     

    The first coach I saw that made me go WOW was when I was still an athlete in about 2003 and to be honest I thought at the time blimey, i'll never be that good.  I'm still not, but now he's actually a good friend and a mentor of many coaches and he's helping several of us on our way to being THAT good I hope!

    Who or what was the biggest influence on your coaching and why?

  • mattynickels

    Last year I attended a workshop with Raymond Verheijen. No doubt, when planning a session, the points he made are a part of the planning.

     

    Below are my notes.

     

    Raymond Verheijen- Workshop on Logical Football Methods

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