This session examines how we condition a player technically, tactically, physiologically and psychologically when attacking and defending transitions in a small-sided competition-based game.
Barnsley manager Danny Wilson has now enjoyed 38 years in professional football – his first involvement in the game being as a player for Wigan Athletic in 1976.
There aren’t many current Football League managers who can boast a career in London’s unrelenting banking district, but Brentford manager
Mark Warburton worked for two decades as a trader, both in the UK and in Chicago and Charlotte in the United States.
Graham Taylor enjoyed over three decades in management, having started at Lincoln City in 1972.
David Pleat is a vastly experienced figure in the football world – most notably as a former manager of Luton Town, Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield Wednesday.
Matthew Bishop is a Football Association National Coaches Educator for the north-west and West Midlands, and has vast experience at all levels
of the game.
Steve Bruce is a rare breed in modern soccer – a man whose managerial career stands up to the incredible achievements
experienced as a player.
Dougie Freedman joined Bolton Wanderers in October 2012, with the Trotters in the lower reaches of the Sky Bet Championship table.
Kenny Jackett took charge of Wolverhampton Wanderers in May 2013 following five successful years at Millwall, during which time he earned the south London club promotion back to the Championship.
As a player, Graham Alexander holds the rare accolade of having made over 150 senior appearances for four different clubs
– Scunthorpe United, Luton Town, Preston North End and Burnley.