Sunday, June 23, 2024

Hockey Coaching: The art of the great drill

After raising the idea in my last column that it might be a good idea to reunite drills and gameplay, one comment in particular stood out. 

“But how did we get here?”

The answer sees me come to the defence of England Hockey. Well, sort of.

For those that can remember, the current obsession with gameplay as the cure for all woes came on the back of an era of young players being led through a much darker chapter. For want of a better name, let’s call them the “V-Drag Generation”.

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This is the fourth of five columns on Todd’s series on junior coaching

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