How does video analysis empower players?

By Teamer | November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

In his paper ‘Coach Logic and athlete learning’, Dr Don Vinson of the University of Worcester and a team of academics explored the ways in which video analysis had an impact upon athletes’...

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Dan Pope

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Watch your lip! FA to trial sin bins for dissent in grassroots football next season

By Dan Pope | May 4, 2017

The Football Association will trial the use of sin bins in dozens of grassroots football leagues across England next season.

Boost for girls' football in England and Scotland

By Dan Pope | April 28, 2017

Girls' football in England and Scotland has received a huge boost with new initiatives launching north and south of the border designed to get more girls playing the game.

Five-a-side big hitters Goals and Powerleague in merger talks

By Dan Pope | April 25, 2017

The UK's five-a-side football market could be in for a shake-up following merger talks between its two biggest players.

Future Northern Ireland football stars wanted

By Dan Pope | April 13, 2017

Young footballers across Northern Ireland are being given the chance to show off their talent at open trials for the Irish FA's elite performance programme.

Wales' first indoor artificial pitch "fantastic news" for football community

By Dan Pope | April 12, 2017

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) Trust has hailed the country's first ever full-size indoor pitch, which will open later this year, as "fantastic news" for Welsh football.

Manchester FA approves new structure giving more power to grassroots members

By Dan Pope | April 7, 2017

Manchester County FA has approved a radical new structure which will provide members of the grassroots football community with more of a say on how the game in Manchester is run.

Liverpool gets green light for £17m grassroots football facilities

By Dan Pope | April 3, 2017

Liverpool is set to receive its biggest ever grassroots football investment, after the green light was given to a £17 million project to help transform facilities in the city.

"Football has become middle class" - former Scotland international McLaren

By Dan Pope | March 22, 2017

Football has "become middle class" and is pricing some young people out of the game, according to former Scotland international Andy McLaren.

FA to consider referee body-cams in a bid to combat abuse in grassroots football

By Dan Pope | March 15, 2017

The Football Association is to consider equipping grassroots football referees with cameras in a bid to reduce abuse directed towards them.

FA outlines plan to double female football participation by 2020

By Dan Pope | March 13, 2017

The Football Association has announced a new strategy for women's and girls' football which aims to double participation by 2020.