The Coaching Manual Podcast
Summary: Welcome to The Coaching Manual Podcast. In this series we talk to expert soccer coaches, authors and academics from across the coaching world; diving deep into conversation to bring you actionable pieces of advice.
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We welcome former QPR, Portsmouth and Southampton midfielder, Nigel Quashie, onto the podcast this week. Nigel made 96 Premier League appearances, and played 14 times for Scotland in a career that saw him play under some of the game's top Managers, including Ray Wilkins, Harry Redknapp, Tony Pulis and Bryan Robson. Nigel transitioned into coaching when he retired from professional football and now runs a youth football academy in Birmingham, and has several business interests. Nigel was speaking on behalf of: www.ipda-quashie.co.uk www.soccerzone.football www.boingzone.co.uk www.inflatablezone.co.uk
Danny is joined by former Blackpool, Leeds United and most recently Sunderland manager, Simon Grayson. Simon enjoyed a career as a professional footballer playing for some of England’s top clubs including Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers. But he’s most recognized for his time spent at Leicester City as a player, in the early 90s, and then as Manager of Leeds United, from 2008 to 2012. Simon recently featured in the Netflix documentary, Sunderland Til I die, a fly-on-the-wall series about Sunderland’s first season in the Championship, following relegation from the Premier League. In this episode we’ll be talking about Simon’s managerial career, the Netflix special and parenting a son through England’s academy system. thecoachingmanual.com
In this episode, Danny talks to former Eintracht Frankfurt, Schalke 04, Blackburn Rovers and USA International midfielder Jermaine Jones. Jermaine came through Germany's famed academy system, making his professional debut for Eintracht Frankfurt. He went on to play, and score, in the USA's successful FIFA World Cup campaign in Brazil in 2014. He also enjoyed many successful years with Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga. thecoachingmanual.com
In this episode, Danny talks to former Brentford, Glasgow Rangers and Nottingham Forest Manager, Mark Warburton. Mark has a background in professional football going back to his playing days in the late 70’s as an apprentice at Leicester City, and in the 80’s as a semi-pro at Enfield and Boreham Wood with the highlights being an FA Trophy win and a Conference Title.
In this episode, Danny talks to former Wimbledon, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea & Scotland Goalkeeper Neil Sullivan. Neil made over 500 appearances as a Professional, playing for some of English football's biggest Managers of the 90s, including Joe Kinnear, George Graham and Glenn Hoddle. He was included in the 1998 Scotland World Cup squad, and played in the League Cup Final and Championship Play-Off Final. Neil discusses his time at the Dons with the Crazy Gang, that infamous Beckham, goal and his current role as Leeds United Academy Coach. thecoachingmanual.com
Danny Mills (Leeds United, Man City & England) talks to former Manchester United, Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion midfielder Jonathan Greening about his path to professional football and some of the Managers he played under in his 21 year professional career. Jonathan made over 250 Premier League appearances, with nine goals and 22 assists to his name. His accolades include Champions League and Europa League winner’s medals and Young Player of the Year and Player of the Year awards at Man Utd and Middlesbrough respectively. thecoachingmanual.com.
In this quick interview, we chat with Martin about the sessions he has most recently been using from The Coaching Manual. Martin is the Head Coach and Director of Program at University High School in Southern California. Arc of the Back Four article - https://app.thecoachingmanual.com/content/5378170932953088
In this episode Danny tells his story about becoming a footballer and his route into coaching. Danny has some great stories about his time playing football. We hope you enjoy the show.
In this episode we visit the Leeds and Liverpool legend, Harry Kewell. We chat about Harry's upbringing, how to coach kids and some ex team mates. Harry is currently the Watford U'21's Coach and gives an insight into how that role came about and his coaching journey so far. This podcast will provide real value for coaches that work with kids and are looking to teach them fundamental skills.
In this episode we talk about passing the UEFA A Licence.
In this episode we talk about how to use performance analysis technologies to help your team win more.
In this episode our Technical Director talks about the Rondo article we published, England's recent performances and recaps on Leicester City's season.
In this episode we talk to Lee about coaching in Spain, and we talk about Rondo's in detail.
In this episode we sit down with the Premier League legend, Luís Boa Morte. We discuss professional football, the UEFA A licence, and Luís leaves you with an interesting question of the week.