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First Team Physiotherapist

DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION The Arsenal Medical Team’s aim is to provide a world class level of care for the First Team squad. With roles including Team Doctor, Physiotherapists, Masseurs plus a Nutritionist, Yoga Teacher and Podiatrist there is a team approach to delivering high quality medical input to the players. JOB PURPOSE To manage injured players

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First Team Recruitment Analyst

Purpose:         To contribute to the continued expansion and development of the recruitment analysis team at Manchester United Football club, with the specific purpose of identifying players who demonstrate the potential to play for the first team. The Role: The key responsibilities of the post are: To contribute toward the administration and delivery of a

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U18 Academy Physiotherapist

Salary: £26,000 – £28,000 Term: Permanent Department: Academy Location: Trillion Trophy Training Centre, Redhill Road, Birmingham, B38 9EL Hours of Work: Hours are set to meet the needs of the business but are a min of 37.5 hours per week Application closing date: 31/08/2020 A fantastic opportunity has arisen at our Club for an Academy

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Overcoming challenges in Soccer! Interview with Owen Coyle Junior

Do you fancy Gareth Southgate’s job? “There’s not many Scotsmen managing England teams, so it would certainly be interesting,” said Owen Coyle Junior, a wry smile cast across his face. It would certainly be an atypical career move, but thus far the manager of the England National Amputee Team’s story has defied convention. For one

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The impact of Covid 19 on the Soccer transfermarket

It came in silence. It surprised and affected all of us directly or indirectly. Affected all the industries and the soccer industry was not different. The Covid 19 crisis probably will dictate and it came to show that many aspects in the soccer industry were camouflaged and were based on weak foundations or even nonexistent

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The “Overtraining” Myth

Injuries are on the rise in youth sports. A 2009 study published in the American College of Sports Medicine has shown that in the United States, between 15-28% of youth baseball, basketball, soccer and football players are injured each year.  The same study found that, in New York State alone, the number of anterior cruciate

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The importance of education in Soccer

We live in a ferociously competitive world in all areas and the Soccer industry is not different. Today we can say that we are the luckiest generation ever regarding tools, learning ways and accessibility so we must take advantage of that in our favour but in a clever and selective way. If on one hand

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Role of Analysis in the Modern Soccer

As the more worldly of our two interviewees, Fernando Valente took it upon himself to dish out some advice, advice for football and indeed for life: “Yes, we want to win. Everybody wants to win. But the way we win can make the difference. For me, that’s the story of my life. I win, I

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England Women’s Senior Head Coach

Our Organisation Unite the Game and Inspire the Nation through Winning England Teams. The Football Association (The FA) is the governing body of football in England. We are responsible for promoting and developing the game at all levels; from grassroots through to the professional game, The FA Cup and the England International teams, and our

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Playing Soccer in the USA

“They are the best. Nobody can organise better; nobody can have the coaches that they have. The relationship, the combination, between sport and business. America has got good things, bad things – but in professional sport, nobody can do better than them.” For whatever reason, football in America is often the subject of derision from

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Youth Recruitment Analyst

JOB TITLE: Youth Recruitment Analyst DEPARTMENT: Academy REPORTING TO: Head of Youth Recruitment JOB FUNCTION: Coordinate geographic regions of scout co-ordinators, area scouts and assistants to provide accurate and actionable information on external players. CONTRACT: 40 Hours Per Week (approx.) across 5.5 working days MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES (Play Your Part): Recruitment Work with Area Coordinators and Scouts to ensure they are

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Assistant Coach (Women’s Team)

Job Title: Assistant Coach (Women’s Team) Location: Cobham Training Ground Department: CFC Women’s Team Contract: Full time hours over 6 days. As and when required according to team schedule. Chelsea FC’s Women’s team are looking for an experienced Assistant coach to assist the manager on and off the pitch in-line with the club playing philosophy. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: ON PITCH

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Different paths, same destiny – Soccer Coaches

I am in Porto, Portugal, writing this but if I stop and suddenly decide to go to London, for example, I have several options. I can go by Train, Car, Plane, Bus, Ship, Bicycle,Walking or even Hitchhiking. I just make my decision, I pack, make all the arrangements and I can go by the way

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Load Management – The Key to Better Fitness Training

For more on this topic check out our FREE webinar – Prescribe & Monitor Training Load Without Expensive, Time Consuming & Hard to Use Technology Periodization is fast becoming a popular buzz word among soccer coaches and fitness coaches. Last summer, the city of Toronto became captivated by the Toronto Raptors’ first-ever NBA Championship, spearheaded by the incredible

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