If school coaches are allowed to prioritise long-term goals, hockey in the Britain will strengthen
There is without doubt some incredibly high-quality hockey coaching at school level, but are the primary goals of the school allowing the coaches to maximise the student’s development?
Schools often employ former international players and high-level coaches to run their hockey programmes. It is fantastic that our young players are exposed to knowledgeable and highly skilled trainers from an early age. However, are the directives given to our school coaches enabling them to develop players to their maximum?
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