Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Once again thank you to those who downloaded the last podcast, we are averaging four figure downloads which is great. On this show our interview it to do with recognising an Australian Legend in boxer Johhny Famechon. Gary Luscombe has

Trialling Players – The Jury is Out

Last week retired Matildas midfielder, Joey Peters spoke out against teenagers being trialled at international level, feeling that the pressure put on these young players was unfair, and also resulted in an early burn-out in their careers. Peters comes from

Communication, Good or Bad?

Communication in the corporate world used to be very straighforward, there was the spoken word face-to-face or by telephone and there was the written word in a letter, newsletter or in sport a match day program. With the arrival of

Putting The Game First

It was refreshing to read this week that Malaysian Women’s Hockey Coach Dharma Raj has offered to help any club looking to set up a women’s team free of charge. His reason being that he wants to grow the talent

Time To Empower Again

Sport used to be about empowerment. Giving young players the skills and putting them in game situations and empowering them to make the best decisions in a game. Sadly this is rare in many sports today as the coaching looks

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